2/10 for the fried chicken I come here very often but it’s mostly for the their milk teas, I live closeby. I love the milk tea but this review is solely for the fried chicken. I saw the signs outside that says “Fried chicken” and since I live nearby, I thought I would try it. Just a reference, I lived in Koreatown in Los Angeles. If you’ve lived there, you would know the many options for Korean fried chicken 24/7. If you have ever been to Korea and ate the authentic KFC, you might get disappointed. I’m not new to KFC (korean fried chicken) so I know that they second fry it so it is more crispy. I am a fan of crispy but I honestly would not waste $20 for the large fried chicken. Don’t get me wrong, it has so much batter. It’s crispy. HOWEVER, this takes it up to a whole nother level. It’s very pancake batter-y. Too thick. It’s not the same as other korean fried chickens I’ve had. If you want to give it a try, DO NOT ORDER the plain fried chicken. Get the flavored one so you dont waste your money. The sauce (flavored) chickens taste really good but I cannot get over how thick the batter is. I’m a crispy chicken girl but this is a no for me. If you want a better Korean Fried chicken, I’d suggest going to Cupbop or K1 off of the highway. They have a much better consistency like the ones you see from Korean dramas. The other food here is fine, I’ve only tried the chicken and Galbi, the galbi was 3.5/5 for me. The chicken…. I would like to see them improve. This was a waste of $20 for me, sadly.
Great place for boba tea. Bulgogi and rice is excellent, but they skimp on the banchan (sides) and I don't like that at all.
So this place is awesome. The food has traditional Korean flavors and is prepared perfectly. It was the lunch rush and still great service.
Best Korean food I've had in a long time. Very big portions. Friendly. AwesomeParking: Easy to get in and out from road
Lunch with boss.Parking: Up front next to door.
Food was very good, very good price as well. Will definitely be back!
My husband had that buttered chicken ( I forgot the Korean name) size small, and omg the serving is huge, good for 3!!! .They run-out of fries ,the cashier offered plain rice which my husband doesnt prefer but he went beyond to make it a fried rice. Happy tummy, happy customer ❤❤😊