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You can soon eat ramen burgers in Toronto

Toronto's been craving ramen burgers. So much so that one enterprising Instagrammer even started selling DIY ramen burger kits. But instead of assembling this gluttonous fusion food at home, you'll soon be able to grab one from a new restaurant opening near Queen and Broadview.

Kaboom Chicken will soon be up-and-running at 722 Queen St. E. It'll serve up a menu centred on Korean fried chicken (or KFC) as well as bao and sides like bibimbap salad, corn and fries.

This incoming restaurant announced its most awesome-sounding food item on Instagram a couple of days ago, hinting that'd be offering them up sooner rather than later.

So if you can wait just a tiny bit longer, you can soon stuff your face with ramen burgers on Toronto's east side. But don't expect a beef patty on your ramen bun - these burgers will feature fried chicken.

Photo via @kaboomchicken.


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