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Get Addicted to the Korean Bonchon Chicken

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Crispy chicken is the name of the game here

Bonchon Chicken
Bonchon Chicken
Amelinda B Lee

Your favorite new place to find "the best chicken wings in the country" is now serving on South Rainbow Boulevard. Bonchon Chicken with its 40 locations stretching from California to New York finally landed in Las Vegas to long lines and a fan base ready to answer the question, "Addicted yet?"

Here find Korean-style crunchy, crispy fried chicken served as wings, strips, drums or a combination starting at $11.95 for 10 pieces or $30.95 for 30. Each order comes with a side of pickled daikon radish and can be served with spicy or soy garlic sauce.

Guests can choose from starters such as $10.95 potstickers, $9.95 kimchi pancakes, $10.95 bulgogi sliders and the $6.95 takoyaki, "fried octopus dumplings lightly drizzled with Japanese mayonnaise, katsu sauce and sprinkled with bonito flakes."

Other Korean dishes on the menu include $12.95 bibmbap that features white rice with assorted seasonal vegetables, topped with an egg and served in a sizzling stone bowl with Korean red pepper paste on the side. Choose from tofu, spicy chicken, bulgogi or seafood.

Also on the menu, $10.95 Korean tacos or pork buns and the $13.95 japchae, "glass noodles with red peppers, carrots, spinach, mushrooms and thinly sliced marinated beef."

Take a look inside and see some of the dishes Bonchon serves.


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