Korean corn dog concept Bunsik to open second store
The Embankment site will debut ramyeon as part of the menu.
Following the opening of its first site in Charing Cross last year, Korean corn dog concept Bunsik is expanding with a second site, located on Embankment’s Villiers Street on March 26.
The new outpost will feature the brand’s yellow and white colour scheme, alongside a menu of Korean street food options including the Half and Half (a combination of pork sausage and mozzarella cheese); Potato Corn Dog (pork sausage with potato cubes wrapped around); Beef Corn Dog (beef sausage with crispy outside )and the veggie-friendly Potato Mozzarella (Mozzarella cheese with potato cubes wrapped around); and Cheese & Cheese (Mozzarella, cheddar, parmesan and cheese sauce with potato cubes wrapped around).
Guests can order the ddukbokki and topping - a rice cake with Korean spicy sauce finished with either cheddar cheese, an original hot dog, chicken mandu, kimmari (fried seaweed roll), or a boiled egg. Sides include the Mini Veg Kimbap and Mini Bulgogi Kimbap.
Bunsik Embankment will also debuting ramyeon (Korean noodle soup with toppings available including egg, cheese, and vegetables), dakgangieong (deep-fried crispy chicken coated in a sweet, spicy, and sticky gochujang; Korean red chili pepper paste sauce and kimbap (Bite size slices made from cooked rice and vegetables, fish and meat rolled in dried sheets of seaweed (gim)).