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Kyochon – K-town

Refined Palate roving reporter on Kyochon Chicken

Our good friend Simon had been raving about Korean fried chicken.   We love getting together to catch up over an “interesting” lunch.

Kyochon has several LA locations.  We went to the nearest at 3833 W. 6th in K-town.  This is very near my old office. There is a shopping center parking lot, FREE parking –   typical shopping center restaurant look…nice, clean –early at 11:30 so no one there…filled pretty fast.

plate and chop-stix

simple look–very clean.

Simon suggested “Sampler”  Signature wings [spicy], grilled wings, honey wings, sal sal chicken strips and legs…a lot of food for $ 25.99. I loved the sal sal chicken strips, good greenish sauce…

bucket full of debris-bones and napkins– you need to wash your hands after devouring the fried chicken as your hands get very sticky!

All gone–Simon demolished the last leg –could not resist.


Very good, not heavy, not greasy, nice service.   We also had a very good broccoli salad with raisin and bacon dressing [forgot to take a pix]…

I would go back, but the location is very close to Cassell’s the great hamburger place–no contest which is better.