Crave - Mad for Chicken, part of a small Korean fried chicken chain based in New York, is taking over the space of the short-lived Enso Sushi on Kneeland Street in the very near future, as reported last month. A rep for the restaurant shared some more information: "What makes our wings so special," she explained, "is our double-fry technique, which melts away all the fat, leaving it unbelievably crispy and juicy. We then hand-brush the sauce on each individual piece of chicken, giving it just enough flavor." They exclusively use Bell & Evans chicken, a brand that describes itself as organic and antibiotic-free.
In addition to chicken, the restaurant will have sushi, tapas, beer, and cocktails. According to some Facebook food porn, there could be dishes like spicy octopus noodles, budae jungol, tuna candy pops, seafood pancakes, and cheese omelets. An opening date will be announced soon.
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