Duos can share a platter with 500g boneless chicken thighs, accompanied by chips with wasabi mayo, and a portion of kimchi
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What You'll Get
$19 for a fried chicken platter with kimchi and chips for two people (total value up to $33.50)
- 500g boneless thighs
- Chips with wasabi mayo
- Sauces available: Asian BBQ, Thai Curry, Larb and Honey
$38 for two fried chicken platters with kimchi and chips for four people (total value up to $67)
Menu items may be subject to seasonal change.
The Fine Print
• Limit of 2 vouchers per person
• Purchase up to 2 additional as gifts
• 1 voucher per table
• Not valid on Mon or Tue
• Not valid on public holidays
• Eat-in only
• Reservations essential via the Groupon Booking Tool only
• Check availability before purchase
• Standard fine print for all deals
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About Arcade Kingsland
Customers can visit Arcade Kingsland to enjoy 80s arcade games like Street Fighter II, and indulge in a wide choice of contemporary dishes with an Asian twist. Guests can sink their teeth into items like burgers, pork dumplings, vegan flying gyoza, or fried chicken Japanese curry on rice. Each meal can be accompanied by a variety of wines, beers, Champagnes, milkshakes, cocktails and soft drinks. Adorned with neon and graffiti and boasting a disco ball, Arcade Kingsland is ideal for those nostalgic folks who wish to get back in time to the good old days when everything seemed simpler.