|Nelson: Replacing Po'Boys is K=Pop Chicken on Bloor in Etobicoke. And yes, the TVs play K Pop on loop all the time. As advertised. Since this is a Korean (bar) place we start with the popcorn.|
|Our meals came with a salad. Thousand Island dressing is the default.|
|Here are the Soy & Garlic sauced wings ($11.99) and Green Onion topping Wings ($12.99). My favourite were the green onion as they were nicely salty, crispy and the green onion herb flavour really came through. The soy garlic flavour was a little underwhelming (too runny too) unfortunately, and usually this is the best flavour.|
|This is the K-POP mixed chicken with four flavour and a whole chicken ($25.99), fried, sauced, soy&garlic and soy&green onion. The fry job was only ok for everything. Maybe because the sauce makes it too moist? I'll comment on the korean hot sauce one next.|
These are the sauced wings, supposedly sweet and spicy ($11.99). They were a little underwhelming in terms of spice, but maybe that's they way we ordered them. I wanted more heat. The wings themselves were a little small too. Could have used more sides too.
I love Korean fried chicken and would love to have a place close by to frequent. Unfortunately the chicken wasn't as good as I was hoping.
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