Have anyone tried korean fried chicken before? It taste so much better than KFC!
On last week, we went to have fried chicken at Gami located little lonsdale street x exhibition.
Let's be honest. I'm not a fan of their food. Maybe I have too much expectation on their food.
I had takeaway fried chicken on my first visit. It tasted average and not something that I would have again, but I decided to give them another chance.
Picked radish and prawn crackers. Seriously, I was so disappointed that prawn crackers served as side dish instead of kimchi, sweet potatoes or something else that is a traditional korean side dish.
Seafood and Spring Onion Pancake - The whole pancake only consists of two tiny pieces of octopus and one shrimp (not prawn). I would like to correct this as spring onion pancake instead of seafood.
The highlight of the dish - Korean Fried Chicken with soy garlic sauce and sweet chili sauce. It's crunchy but it lacks of flavour. Sweet chilli isn't sweet. I assume the sauce was just poured all over the chicken and served to us.
The fried chicken cost $32 and it's definitely overpriced. Chicken wings, drumstick and I also found chicken neck on the plate, I don't think the price is reasonable.
I think i might give them another chance, as my friend told me that although she doesn't like the fried chicken, she does enjoy the atmosphere. I won't be choosing the same dish, though.