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Bonchon Chicken Wants Spring Valley to Get 'Addicted' Soon

Korean-style crunchy chicken is still on its way.

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Bonchon Chicken
Bonchon Chicken

Almost six months since global franchise Bonchon Chicken was discovered to be landing in Spring Valley, fans of Korean-style crunchy, crispy fried chicken wings, strips or drumsticks won't have much longer to wait.

Created in 2002 in Pusan, South Korea, the Bonchon name stretches from New York to California, plus more than 150 locations across six countries, boasting a CNN endorsement as "the best chicken wings in the country." The first Nevada branch will fill 3,363-square-foot of prominent space at the Rainbow Sunset Pavilion Center, "just north of the 215 on the west side of Rainbow" and already home to Cracked Egg and Crab Corner. The Bonchon footprint includes a 1,140-square-foot, covered outdoor patio space.

Still officially promising it is "coming soon" an updated Yelp place holder page for the restaurant, claims it will now debut on March 21.

Branded with the catchphrase "addicted yet?," central to Bonchon's menu is their crispy chicken recipe, but other casual choices include bulgogi sliders, potstickers, bibimbap, and takoyaki, fried octopus dumplings.

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