Popular Chicken Joint Closes Down in Mississauga
If you’re in the mood for fried chicken, there’s one less place you can visit.
At least for now.
A recent Instagram post from Taste of Mississauga indicates that the popular Taiwanese chicken restaurant Koo Koo Chicken—which is number one on our list of Top 5 fried chicken restaurants—is not operational.
Attention: KooKoo Chicken located at Bristol & Creditview has been temporarily closed. Surprised to find this posted on the door of their restaurant. So if you are craving for taiwanese fried chicken, go somewhere else for now… … #wings #mississauga #kfc #TAIWANESE #taiwanesefriedchicken #taiwanesefood #sauga #saugaeats #mississaugaeats #mississaugaevents #gtaeats #GTA #saugacity #mississaugacity #tasteofmississauga #lakeshoremississauga #tastesauga #saugasaurus
According to the post, a sign posted on the door of the Bristol Rd. restaurant says that the landlord has re-entered the premises and changed the locks due to operators seemingly abandoning the space.
The letter, written by Creditview Estate Homes Limited, goes on to state that the lease is not being terminated.
It is not clear whether the closure is temporary or not, but the restaurant most certainly appears closed for now.
Regardless of the length of the closure, Koo Koo Chicken will no doubt be missed—in no small part because it’s one of the few places that offers bubble tea as the drink option for your combo.
It’s chicken is also known to be super flavourful (and yet they still give you the option of sprinkling extra spices on it if you’re in the mood for, say, a little extra curry kick).
It’s a sad day for fried chicken lovers indeed.
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