3833 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Parking: Street, Lot, Valet
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Chicken
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No
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Bad service but delicious hot hot wings. They had one in the Glendale galleria but it didn't last long. Service here is lacking but once you order you'll be too busy eating those wings you won't care.
09/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My co-workers and I work about a block away, so we decided to come here for our lunch. Basically, the food was great (I highly recommend the fried chicken wings - some of the best I've had!), but we were a little confused with the seating arrangements and how we were to order. The place is about the size of a small fast food joint, but there's a sign that says ""Wait to Be Seated."" After we sat down, we were given menus but weren't sure if we had to go up to the counter (an obvious holdover from when the space WAS a fast food joint) or if someone would come to our table. The mystery was solved when I went up to the counter and asked if we could order. Once our order went in, we waited about 20 mins for our food (there were 5 of us, so I can understand the delay.) My order was wrong though; I ordered the regular garlic wings and was given spicy ones instead. The staff didn't make a fuss about replacing them though, so that was a saving grace. Overall, I would say come for the food, but bring some extra patience.
10/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is such great fried chicken since it is chopped into tiny greaseless flavorful morsels. I love great southern fried chicken so I know fried chicken. This is fried with a sauce that's a little sweeter, spicier, garlicky, and with little touch of soy sauce. I like their cubed vinegary sweet radishes. I do wish they had vinegary cole slaw as well but you can't have everything. I haven't tried anything else on the menu but the chicken is great. I'm hoping one will open near west hollywood.
10/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I decided to try this eatery based off the strong word-of-mouth. Essentially Kyochon Chicken is the first U.S. endeavor for a very popular eatery-chain in Korea. I was definitely keen to see what the hubbub was all about. Kyochon Chicken has a fabulous marinade: They must prepare their Fried Chicken with some unique Herbs (and plenty of delectable Garlic), because when you get your order, the fragrant smell and initial taste of their Kyochon Fried Chicken will amaze you.
I was truly taken aback by the wonderful taste. The only downside was that they overcooked the chicken just a bit (the inside meat was a bit dry at certain points). But it's really nice that they cook everything ""made to order"" / ""fresh."" I arrived at 11:00 a.m., and when I placed my Combo order (mixed Chicken / White / Dark), they said the cooks were still chopping up the whole chickens, so they only had Dark Meat ready (just shows you that they're fresh cutting up and preparing their food every day).
They also serve Chicken Fried Rice, Fries, and a few other Chicken dishes (that I'll try next time). Overall, a tasty experience that would've been perfect if some of the Chicken pieces weren't so dry.
10/07/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Possibly the best fried chicken/""buffalo""-style chicken wings in LA. Granted it is prepared and tastes a little different than what one would consider traditional fried chicken (e.g., Popeyes, KFC, etc.). Their chicken has a sweetness to it that I've never had in fried chicken before and the smell is absolutely mouthwatering. The spicy wings are not mind blowingly spicy, but has a great flavor to it. Definitely worth a try....if you can find a parking spot ;)