Fried Chicken Spots in Calgary

Few things in life are better than a piece (or a whole lotta pieces) of crispy fried chicken. Crunchy and golden on the outside, steamy and, well, chickeny on the inside, just thinking about it makes one’s mouth water. Thankfully, a top-notch fried chicken place is closer than you may realize.

Chicken On The Way

1
1443 Kensington Rd NW, Calgary, AB T2N 3R1

A family owned Calgary institution since 1950, Chicken on the Way serves fried chicken, fries and corn fritters. The chicken is always fresh and hot. Don’t forget to order the corn fritters!

Olive Chicken

2
6-1324 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3C 0J2

Olive chicken is a Korean fried chicken restaurant in downtown Calgary. Korean chicken is fried twice and so is crispier and less greasy than typical fried chicken. Olive serves it three ways: plain, hot and sweet as well as extra spicy.

Ogam Chicken

3
108-6008 MacLeod Trail SW, Calgary, AB T2H 0K1

Ogam also serves Korean fried chicken as well as other Korean specialty dishes. Double fried chicken can be ordered three ways: crispy, seasoned and soy garlic. Unlike many fried chicken restaurants, Ogam has ample seating for dine-in patrons.

Wow Chicken

4
324 10 St NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1V8

Wow Chicken is another Korean fried chicken restaurant. Popular choices include shallot chicken with bulgogi seasoned fries. While the chicken is relatively unseasoned, side sauces complement deliciously.

Fritou Chicken & Pizza

5
109-216 Saddletowne Cir Ne, Calgary, AB T3J 0C9

Fritou is a take out restaurant in the Northeast that is all about chicken. Half of its menu features fried chicken and the other half features East Indian chicken dishes.

Eats of Asia

6
7711 MacLeod Trail SW, Calgary, AB T2H 0M1

Located in the Crossroads Market in Ramsay, Eats of Asia serves a fun selection of Asian street food. Craving fried chicken? Try the Korean chicken and waffles.

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