S N E A K Y S N A C K Y
Chef Min Seak Kang (left) and art director June Kwon have re-created the era they grew up in (as South Korean 80s children) at Sneaky Snacky.
Chef Kang (ex Sugar Club) has brought together the foods of his growing up era, when Seoul hosted the Olympics. June also designed the Sneaky Snacky retro graphics.
After a successful month-long pop-up at Ostro, Sneaky Snacky opened inside the Lim Chhour food hall, 184 Karangahape Road.
Uncle is on a fried chicken binge this week, after the ayam goreng at Mutiara and spicy chicken don at Bian. Look no further than the Nashville style fried chicken wings served on a housemade old school doughnut that’s sweet glazed and dusted with icing slight. Chef Kang says the doughnut is a foil to the fried chicken and absorbs some of the inevitable oil that is so necessary for fried chicken. The chicken has been marinaded overnight in Sriracha, ginger & garlic purée, white and rice vinegar. After the chicken is deep fried, it is dipped into a hot oil sauce of butter brown sugar and spices. This makes the SS chicken wings unique in taste and composition.
Uncle by-passed the fries dusted in msg in favour of a cooling Chinese cucumber salad
served with chilli, tofu strips and pumpkin seed.
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