Korean-Style Fried Chicken
Fried chicken is a global obsession and why not? It’s so good. Every culture has a version of a fried chicken, with different textures, flavors and unique ways to enjoy it. K Fried Chicken is the newest fried chicken place in town (3050 S. National Ave., Suite 108), and it’s definitely one of a kind. Playing with a fast-casual style, the restaurant has a screen-type menu board on the wall, and you place your order on a window counter where a very nice staff member will be there to help you take your order and answer your questions. They offer whole or half fried chicken pieces, but you can also go with boneless chicken breast chunks that are covered in a really nice and light yet crispy batter. The chicken, no matter what style you order, is juicy and flavorful and served with what they call K-fried potatoes, which are fried wedges with a savory seasoning that complements the order very well. When asked if you want pickled radishes, say yes; this is a Korean food item used for healthy digestion after your meal. With your order, you can choose a sauce for the chicken pieces to be tossed in such as soy-garlic, hot Korean Yang Nyum sauce, honey butter and a few more. It’s a fun, new place and worth the try.