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Fried chicken on a plate at Goobne
Photograph: Supplied/Scott Ehler

Get your hands on bottomless Korean chicken and booze

And it's baked, not fried

Written by
Divya Venkataraman
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Korean fried chicken may have taken the world by storm, but a new Korean-style chook courtesy of Haymarket's Goobne is now taking the lead – it's hot, oven-roasted, and made without a single drop of oil. 

Goobne, meaning ‘oven-roasted’ in Korean, cooks its chicken at a piping hot 195 degrees Celsius, leaving it tender and crisp. The relatively healthier way of cooking at Goobne means you can indulge where it counts – for example, by ordering the 'UFO Fondue Chicken', with drumsticks designed to be dipped into the accompanying trough of oozy melted cheese. Or, settling in for a bottomless evening of chicken wings and boozy drinks for $69 per person. Choose from five flavours of chicken – original, galbi (a barbecue-style flavour), fruity soy, volcano, and deep cheese – and pick from a range of house wines and beers for your whole, chicken-stuffed 90-minute reservation. 

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Psst. Try our favourite Korean barbecue dishes in Sydney.

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