The best places to eat fried chicken in Paris

The best places to eat fried chicken in Paris

289 Rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris
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PiouPiou is a new version of Notre Dame de Lorette’s street food. French chicken, free range, quality. Everything is fresh and homemade. As colorful as the facade, the menu features three sandwiches to choose from: Piupiu Burger, Toasted Potato Bun, Grilled Chicken, Iceberg Lettuce, Pickles, Melted Cheddar and Secret Sauce; Halloumi burger (vegetable), toasted potato bun, fried halloumi, red cabbage, carrots, iceberg lettuce, pickles and secret sauce; and the Katsu Sandwich, toasted brioche, fried chicken fillet, Japanese omelet, carrots, red cabbage, white cabbage and secret sauce. And then fried chicken fillet, which can be swallowed on the go with mashed potatoes or, even better, with a cone of fried halloumi sticks.

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3 Rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris
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Serving: Korean-style crispy fried chicken recipe hyped (especially in terms of sauces) by two-star chef Sang-Hoon Deheimbre, born in South Korea and later adopted by a Belgian family. After dozens of recipe tests, Out Fry is the absolute master of balancing quality, ethical and local ingredients, and bold and savory Korean flavors: “Korean Fried Chicken is the only KFC for us. We have tested and retested marinades, frying methods and sauces to achieve tender, crispy chicken and Korean taste every time.” The chicken, which comes from farms in the Vendée, is sliced ​​and breaded by hand. Even if it means a choice: “Spicy Chicken Yangneom Bu-Ket⁠”, Maison Metzger’s seven pieces of crispy fried chicken with sweet and sour and slightly spicy yangneom sauce (not too strong, just a light kick).

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