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Bonchon - Washington DC

So apparently this place is very famous and my cousins heard that I liked fried chicken so they took me to one of the restaurants. After some research I find out that it was not southern fried chicken but it was a double fried Korean chicken with two varieties either normal or spicy. 298 more words

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Poulet: Please Open in Raffles Place!

Unbelievably I have never tried Poulet before. You would have thought that a F&B-eager beaver like me would have conquered this French Bistro chain before it even opened their second branch? 361 more words

Gami Chicken and Beer - King and Acland St

At Gami’s, its all about the chicken! They rock up some tantalizingly good fried chickens. Gami chicken is made out of 7 different herbs and core ingredients. 410 more words


Into the south with Big Jones

We have been meaning to try Big Jones ( 5347 North Clark Street) for a long time, and when we took a look at their Big Southern menu with elevated takes on lowcountry, cajun and creole classics, we certainly weren’t disappointed! 551 more words


empire biscuit

Empire Biscuit is located in the East Village and it’s open 24 hours a day. There’s nothing but biscuits on the menu (plus a few sides). 120 more words


The Best 5 Fried / BBQ Chicken Places in Seoul

All fried chicken lovers would probably agree that Korea makes a wicked fried chicken. One wonders if it is the double frying technique or those unique batters which seem to have unending health benefits (olive oil, camellia oil, grape seed oil, rice flour etc) that makes it taste so special. 759 more words


Fried Chicken

Whenever I cook, I think about the recipes that inspire me, but I usually do plenty of improvising along the way. I used the recipe below to attempt to make fried chicken that is a little bit lighter (if that is possible) and not too greasy. 524 more words