This mini-chain is the go-to restaurant for Korean fried chicken in Forest Hills. They serve wings, drumsticks, and boneless chicken breasts in flavors like soy and spicy garlic - giving you more than enough options to change up your order on every visit. We particularly love the drumsticks, which are lightly battered and taste like savory chicken lollipops that have been marinated in a garlicky sauce bath for days. Their dark, wood-covered dining room at this chicken bar has a bunch of picnic tables inside, so keep it in mind for a Korean fried chicken wing party.
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