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Whether its roaring popularity has to do with young Thai's fascination with all things Korean or if it really is the crispy, juicy fried chicken remains to be seen, but either way, it's successful.
The restaurant is a stylish glass booth on the second floor of a shopping complex about 100 metres down Thong Lor Soi 13 — prepared to wait half an hour or so if you come Fri or Sat night.
Pick your set size (150/230/380 baht), your flavor (soy garlic or hot), and your sides (rice/sticky rice/kimchi/coleslaw) and get down to eating.
Other dishes like dumplings, salmon steaks, or rice bowls available, but really, the chicken is the main event. Extra sides 40 baht, other entrees from 120-320 baht.
Last updated on 11th January, 2012.