Would always pass by this unassuming chicken joint and assumed it was just like all the other fried chicken shops. Granted, Korean fried chicken is amazing, but I’m not the type to eat it on a daily basis. It’s also very hard to find a chicken that clearly outshines the rest because the industry here is so well developed, so I wasn’t going to risk clogging my arteries for just any fried chicken.
Despite all this, my friend and I were in desperate need for a little snack before dinner, so we ended up giving this place a try. Little could have prepared me for how perfect their chicken and french fries would turn out to be. Continue reading “Chicken Restaurants in Hongdae: 치킨앤 카레군(Chicken and Curry Goon)”
Went to this interesting chicken joint next to Cheongyecheon creek (청계천). BBQ (비비큐), a chicken franchise, has many different type of store concepts with the premium cafe being the flagship option. In addition to having chicken like at all BBQ locations, they have brunch items, cafe drinks, Continue reading “Restaurants in Seoul: BBQ Premium Cafe (비비큐 프리미엄 카페)”
As mentioned in a previous post, Koreans seem to be absolute masters at making chicken into mouth-watering, obesity promoting meals. It truly is difficult to find fried chicken in Korea that isn’t amazing. However, somewhere within this holy chicken land, I managed to find a more rudimentary, homemade styled fried chicken at Yangjae Chicken House (양재닭집) that didn’t seem to evolve with the modern Korean chicken. However, instead of being empty Continue reading “Restaurants in Seoul: Yangjae Chicken House (양재닭집)”
It’s no exaggeration that Koreans are in love with fried chicken (후라이드 치킨) with a ton of different restaurants to match. With the wave of food trends in Korea, you’ll see specialty foods come and go, but friend chicken is one of those foods Koreans can’t seem to live without. Pretty much every fried chicken joint in Korea is above and beyond delicious and Ho Chicken (호치킨) was no exception. Continue reading “Restaurants in Seoul: Ho Chicken (호치킨)”