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This Restaurant In Ottawa Only Sells Fried Chicken And It's Actually Unreal

We all know and love fried chicken. It's a comfort food that we're guilty of indulging in every once and a while, and man it's good. Whether you get it from KFC or Popeyes, everyone loves fried chicken.

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However, sometimes we don't want fast food fried chicken. Fried chicken from a restaurant is so much different than from a fast food spot. And if you've never had fried chicken from a restaurant, you need to try this place.

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The Fry is a well, you guessed it, fried chicken restaurant. They serve solely fried chicken, and it's fucking delicious. The Fry is a Korean-style restaurant and have so many different options for chicken. If you want it boneless, spicy, crispy, they got you.

Their most raved about chicken is the boneless chicken with green onions, and it's to die for. No matter what your preference is when it comes to your tastebuds, they have it all. I would also recommend the soy garlic chicken and the fried chicken in sauce!

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Of course, no restaurant would be a restaurant without sides. At The Fry, their main speciality is fried chicken but they also have unreal garlic butter fries that will make your mouth water. Their sides are all things that would go well with chicken such as corn with cheese, spicy rice cakes and of course, more chicken.

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The Fry has two locations in Ottawa–one in Barrhaven (80 Marketplace Ave Unit J6) and one downtown (280 Elgin Street Unit 3). You need to check this place out if you're looking to have your mind blown. Plus, they sell beer and a Korean spirit called Soju. Yum! For more information, check out their website here.

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