GFC If you are living in Bangalore and tired of eating western style fried chicken. Then you must visit Gowda’s Fried Chicken located in the by lanes of Mysore road in Namma Bengaluru. GFC or Gowda’s Fried Chicken serves nati style chicken fry or fried Chicken kebabs. GFC uses their own spice mix to prepare their fried chicken. 

GFC is famous for its fried chicken, chicken kebab, chicken 65 along with chicken and mutton biriyani. Mr. Krishappa owner of GFC has developed his own spice mix after doing a lot of experiments. Owner of GFC claims that spice mix was organic and free from synthetic materials. GFC is open from 10 in the morning to 10 pm in the night. 

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 The process of making GFC style fried was very easy and simple. The process starts with the selection of chicken. According to the owner of GFC chicken should not weight more than 1.2 Kgs. After cleaning the chicken marination process starts. Chicken gets marinated with GFC spice mix and ginger garlic paste. After marination chicken goes through a resting period of 6 hours. During the resting period all the spice mix penetrants deep into the flesh of the chicken. As soon as the resting period gets over chicken gets ready to take bath into the hot oil to statisfy our tummy. 

 GFC spice mixture 

 Owner of GFC or Gowad's Fried chicken believes in spreading of knowledge. Hence they don't have any trade secret related to their spice mix. GFC spice mix use to have 26 spices in total. They are using the same spice mixture in the restaurant which they are selling in the market. 



 With your first bite into the GFC chicken fry you can feel the juicy texture of the chicken. The GFC spice mix coated over the chicken adds an extra dimension to the chicken. Mutton biryani also taste awesome. Crowd standing outside the GFC proves the popularity of the restaurant. If I talk about the pocket pinch then it was nominal.