The restaurant was located on the second floor and was packed with college students all noshing on fried chicken, smoking cigarettes, and drinking cheap light beer. We were seated at a table close to the window, which was a nice retreat from the smoke-filled room. Keith desperately wanted a beer and so we ordered a pitcher. A giant frosted plastic pitcher arrived of light beer. It would not have been our first choice to order such a watered down beer, but ended up working out well since we had lots of heavy fried chicken ahead of us.
Quickly looking over the menu, we decided to get a combination deal of half spicy and half soy-glazed fried chicken. We also ordered a side of boneless fried chicken. We were unsure of how many pieces would arrive, and turned out it was a huge portion - more than enough for 4 to 6 people to share. Woops! It came with a side of white radish, mustard dipping sauce, spicy dipping sauce, and an interesting spicy corn slaw.
Overall, the food was alright. Very different than all the traditional Korean food we had been feasting on, so it was a nice change but not my favorite. The price and atmosphere was cheap and laid back - I could see why it was a popular destination for college students.
Total rating: 3.03
Food: 3, Price: 3, Service: 3, Ambience: 3, Accessibility: 3.5
What I ate:
Boneless Fried Chicken
Spicy Fried Chicken
Soy-Glazed Fried Chicken