Vancouver’s First-Ever “Gluten-Free Fried Chicken Restaurant” Is Everything You Dreamed Of And More

Seriously you need to try this place.
Vancouver’s First-Ever “Gluten-Free Fried Chicken Restaurant” Is Everything You Dreamed Of And More

Vancouver foodies, this place needs to be on your radar.

You know that craving when you want something good and delicious, and not necessarily fast food from the drive-thru, but still hits-the-spot-totally-indulgent food? Maybe, like me, you used to go on family picnics to Jericho with a huge bucket of KFC and you’re wanting some finger-lickin’ good nostalgia, or maybe adulting is just too hard today and you need some chicken strips to ease the struggle.

Maybe you’re a gluten free eater and have gone ages without indulging in anything breaded. Or maybe you’re just hungry for unreal fried chicken in a venue as cool as its meals are delicious.

 

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Juke is the answer to all of these needs. The Chinatown restaurant, located at 182 Keefer Street, offers a full dinner menu as well as an all-day take out window. The room has a laid-back meets hip bar kind of vibe, perfect for both a friend catch-up, casual date or solo adventure into Chinatown. Not wanting to leave the house? You can even order delivery.

I finally went there last week, and I could not have been more satisfied. With cheap prices, amazing cocktails, a lovely local beer selection and the.best.fried.chicken.you’ve.ever.had. Juke is truly a Vancouver gem you need to get to ASAP.

Not yet convinced? Check out these menu items:

Fried chicken goodness: 

Seriously that chicken.

Not feeling chicken? Fair enough. Juke also serves incredible sticky pork ribs:

And really, who says you need to choose between the two?

And if all that wasn’t enough, for dessert…

pb&j donuts and apple crumble with a scoop of honey oat ice cream at @jukefriedchicken

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Peanut butter and jam donuts… yes please!

Seriously, Juke, could you be any more mouthwateringly good?

Britt McGill

Literature dork and new media master. Avid traveller happily settled back in my hometown after living abroad in the UK, France, and the Netherlands.
Vancouver’s First-Ever “Gluten-Free Fried Chicken Restaurant” Is Everything You Dreamed Of And More