There are over ten types of boneless chicken available at Basax, which you can have either oven-roasted or fried and finished with the likes of spring onion, soy garlic or even grated cheese. You can pair your protein with sides such as waffle fries, tteokbokki, or even fried dumplings. Also available is a range of hearty Korean stews and soups, including the ever-popular budae jjigae with ham and sausage, and an ox bone soup with sliced beef and beef tendon.
Basax is open until 1.30am on Fridays and Saturdays, so you'll be able to satisfy any late-night cravings for some cheeky chook.
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