All-You-Can-Eat Korean Fried Chicken and Bao Night
South Brisbane's Bao Bar is serving up bottomless chook pieces and bao every Tuesday night.
It isn't easy to eat fried chicken in moderation. The same applies to bao, too. So if you're planning to take advantage of Bao Bar's new all-you-can-eat night, we have two tips for you: wear something comfortable and stretchy, and arrive hungry.
Every Tuesday evening from 5–9pm, the South Brisbane eatery is welcoming in patrons with ravenous stomachs, all for its new weekly bottomless Korean fried chicken and bao sessions. Over the course of an hour, you'll munch your way through four types of chicken, including original, soy garlic, and both regular and spicy sweet chilli. You'll also tuck into two different kinds of chicken karaage bao, as well as prawn crackers, cheese fries, kimchi fries and braised pork fries.
The full all-you-can-eat feast will set you back $26.90 for your 60-minute feed, and you'll need to eat in — and that's all that's on the menu on Tuesday evenings.
If you need something to wash all that chicken down with, Bao Bar is also doing $5 Young Henrys' Newtowner tinnies on Tuesday nights, too.