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My Favorites: Fried Chicken

14 Jan

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Finding yourself at the end of Kimberly Rd in Tst after dark can be a bit sketchy. It’s definitely not the dirtiest place in town, but it’s not where I would typically send my readers for a great bite. Yet here we are. Just on the corner you’ll see the grey blue walls sticking out like a sore thumb. Just slide open the door and you’ve reached fried chicken heaven! Or have you? I doubted it the first time I was brought here. The majority of the staff don’t speak English, or Cantonese. If you happen to know a bit of Korean or Japanese you’re in luck! Otherwise you’ll be going over your order a few times. Just order like this: “I would like an order of the fried chicken with no sauce.” It also helps to point at the first picture on the fried chicken page of the menu. Once they confirm your sauceless chicken you may request mayonnaise and/or spicy sauce on the side. I’m simply a purist and will have beer as my only condiment, thank you. With kpop videos blaring away, crispy juicy fried chicken in one hand and an ice cold glass of Hite in the other you too will be saying, “move over Kentucky, Korea has this fried chicken business on lock down!”

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*Caution* The rest of the food isn’t really up to par and the chicken is enough for two.

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2 Comments

Posted by on January 14, 2013 in Beer, food, My Favorites, Restaurant Review

 

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2 responses to “My Favorites: Fried Chicken

  1. Sharon Cameron Zalatan

    January 14, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Is it spicy like Popeye’s chicken? and do they serve red rice and beans with it?

     
    • John T. Osorio

      January 14, 2013 at 10:13 pm

      It’s a bit spicier than Popeye’s with a much better crunch and oh so juicy! No red beans & rice, but it does come with a few pickled items and a small side salad. Like I said before though, it’s already enough for two, and the chicken is so delicious you wouldn’t want any other sides.

       

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