Just as people yearn for their hometown, BonChon Chicken hopes that their customers will seek their amazingly crispy, juicy, and flavorful chicken wherever they might be. As they grow and expand, they will ensure that he who seeks BonChon shall always find it.
$12 based on 24 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Lunch (7 votes), After Work (4 votes)
The fried chicken here are alright. We tried the soy garlic as well as the hot one. I feel the fried chickens were not fresh. Our fried chickens were rather cold, and not warm or freshly fried. The hot chicken wings were really spicy, I much prefer the flavours of the soya garlic one. We also tried the kimchi soup. It was pretty good. It reminded me of the authentic kimchi soup that I have had in the States. I will come back here for the kimchi sou
We have to go to cashier to order our food, take your own chilli source and they still charge you 10% service charge.
The explanation from the manager was it was like that, we also don't know. We serve from our kitchen to you so we charge from one of the staff explanatio. food are ok but we paid service charge for no servic.
- gross. b/c we ordered rice and they used the bowl to actually scoop from rice cooker. obviously can see from the bowl itself once it served. me and my wife were laughing at it. - staff were trying to avoid people ordering but when they see all have ordered already, they started to talk to each other doing nothing - we used to love this place becoz of chocken but next time--I dont think so. you have to order from cashier unlike before
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