It’s National Fried Chicken Day on Thursday, July 6. To celebrate this mouth-watering, crunchy dish of deliciousness, three venues located in the bustling Darling Square dining precinct are offering fried chicken enthusiasts special menu items for a limited time. 

Ume Burger is offering ponzu-glazed Japanese fried chicken ($7 for regular/ $12 for large).

About Ume Burger: Award-winning chef Kerby Craig’s frenzy-inciting Japanese burgers can be enjoyed at The Exchange building in Darling Square. Dig into signature flavours on fluffy Hokkaido-style milk buns, umami fries and additively sweet and sour sodas. Enjoy the award-winning Chicken Katsu burger, Nagoya-style chicken wings and of course, the famous Ebi Katsu burger. 

Ume Burger Fried Chicken

Hello Auntie is offering Ga Chien Vi Pho (Pho Fried Chicken) made with boneless pho-brined chicken, pho batter, sate, fresh basil and lemon.

About Hello Auntie: Riding the current wave of new-school Vietnamese cuisine, Hello Auntie brings the art of Vietnamese fusion to Darling Square.‘New school Vietnamese’ is how the team behind Hello Auntie describe their cuisine. Led by head chef, Cuong Nguyen, Hello Auntie celebrate all things Vietnamese but not the way you know it. With a focus on the eccentric marriage of flavours and dishes plated with creative flair, Chef Nguyen has thrown traditional cooking out the door. 

Hello Auntie Fried Chicken

Wingboy is celebrating National Fried Chicken Day by offering fried chicken wings with buffalo, ranch and chives. Available from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th July. 

About Wingboy: Wingboy is an Aussie take on an American classic. Created by two old friends who teamed up through their love of Wings, Beer and Good Times, Wing Boy serves crispy succulent wings, juicy boneless tenders and cauliflower wings. There are 12 kick-ass sauces to choose from, all made fresh daily. 

Wingboy Fried Chicken