Cheers to KFC!

Oh, Korean Fried Chicken. How I love thee. Cheers, Chicken and Beers is just making that love stronger. A small venue with about 12 tables, you WILL have to wait; this place is busy! They don't take reservations for more than 10, so make sure only those with true love for KFC join your party. There is a municipal parking lot next door and free parking on side streets and plaza across the street. 

We ordered 4 whole chickens, 1 of each sauce. Each chicken comes with a healthy portion of fries and some fried rice cakes disguised as fries in the mix. We tried Original($24.95), Sweet, Soy and Spicy($25.95). They are served in pieces in a basket with the fries and the whole lot is tossed it the chosen sauce. LOVE IT!  Only downside is that the fries get soggy after awhile.  What'impressive,  is that there was almost no grease to speak of. For how much fried chicken I've eaten, this brings it to a whole other level. 
When you think Original, don't think plain; these are far from plain. They were dusted with parmesan cheese and scallions. The fries had the parmesan baked in and they weren't salty. Wow, just Wow. The sweet sauce was alright, not a front runner. The spicy sauce made my face hurt. I know, I know, I'm not good at spice, but I definitely drank all of the water on the table and finished my beer. If you like spicy, this is for you! The crowd favourite was Soy. The combo of sweet and salty made this disappear fast.  

The service had a bit of a rocky start, but smoothed out by the time the food came. Like I said, this place is busy! They don't split bills, but as a large group, we're used to it and were prepared.  

The chicken here is amazing and I'll definitely be back. 

Lisa


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