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Korean Fried Chicken

  1. Menu Changes
    Thursday Korean Fried Chicken Special Back on at MeritageBird is once again the word on Thursdays.
  2. The Other Critics
    There’s Still ‘Plenty of Kitchen Magic’ at Nan Zhou Hand DrawnRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  3. Restaurant Week
    Did Meritage’s Anne Coll Just Turn Craig LaBan Into a Restaurant WeekDoes this mean that the Inky critic will become a regular at the restaurant?
  4. Menus
    They Were Too Good To Last ForeverBoth Meritage and Oyster House are ending their popular seasonal specials.
  5. Slideshow
    Fall Restaurant Preview: Ten Things to Look Forward ToTake a peek at what Grub Street’s getting excited about for fall.
  6. Openings
    What to Eat at Bon Chon’s Brand-new Turtle Bay OutpostThe much-loved fried-chicken joint opens its latest location on 51st Street and Second Avenue.
  7. The Other Critics
    Cafe Soho’s Korean Fried Chicken Lives Up to the Hype; De Lorenzo’sRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  8. Menus
    Meritage’s Anne Coll Dishes Her Greatest Hits During Phillies GamesA selection of small plates is the latest special to emerge from the kitchen.
  9. Lists
    Solo Is Gaga For Cafe SoHoSolomonov is a total Korean fried chicken freak.
  10. The Other Critics
    Le Virtu’s Antipasto Is ‘Stellar’; Meritage’s KoreanRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  11. Menu Changes
    Birds of a Feather Fry Together AgainTwo of the city’s crispiest and crunchiest fried chickens are back.
  12. Menu Changes
    Sampan Adds Korean Fried Chicken to its MenuThe crispy cross-cultural phenomenon lives again at Sampan.
  13. Menu Changes
    Say It Ain’t So: Meritage Discontinues Korean Fried ChickenThe weekly Korean fried chicken special is being replaced with a tasting menu inspired by Chef Anne Coll’s grandmother’s traditional Lancaster County recipes.
  14. Menu Changes
    Anne Coll Rolls Out a New Fall Menu at MeritageThe new menu offers a broad range of tastes from Asian to French and beyond.
  15. Marketing Gimmicks
    LaBan Questions Myung Ga’s Koagie ClaimMyung Ga may have coined the expression, but whether or not it invented the Korean Hoagie remains in question.
  16. The Other Critics
    LaBan Gives El Rey Two Ringy-Dingies; Nichols Finds a New Fried Chicken FavoriteRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  17. Menus
    Korean Tacos Put Meritage’s Ann Coll in the SpotlightChef Ann Coll and her sous chef Ann Suk Miller have been serving Korean tacos since last year.
  18. Menus
    Meritage Debuts Korean Fried Chicken TonightThe dinner-for-two deal is one of several menu specials Ann Coll has introduced since taking over the kitchen at Meritage.
  19. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Kyochon, Finally Serving Korean Fried Chicken in MidtownA look inside the “KFC” juggernaut’s futuristic Manhattan flagship.
  20. Openings
    Chon Garde! Kyochon Will Face Off Against Bon Chon in JuneIt’s a face-off against Bon Chon!
  21. Mediavore
    Gordo Envisions Demise of Bruni; David Burke Scores Cabaret LicenseGordo scoffs at Frank Bruni for panning his restaurant after the Times critic called to “schmarm” him and ask about a dish since “if you don’t know what you’re criticising, then don’t write about it.” But the snappy chef still feels generous toward food critics: He’ll “do all the canapés at their funerals free of charge.” [Daily Star] David Burke just acquired a cabaret license for Hawaiian Tropic Zone, though thankfully it won’t be Burke himself doing the dancing but rather professionals copying the Pussycat Dolls. [NYP] Smart small businesses like Little Cupcake Bake Shop in Bay Ridge are leading the green front because they can “benefit from conservation efforts in two ways — by saving money on their monthly utility bills and by raising their profile in the community for much less money than they might spend on local advertising.” [NYT]
  22. The Other Critics
    Meehan Rising Up Against Oppressors at ‘Times,’ Covering Ultracheap Peter Meehan, the Times’ “$25 and Under” critic, lately sounds more like the $7 and under critic. In the past three columns, he’s reviewed a Korean fried chicken and beer joint and most recently, a taco stand inside a garage in Bushwick. What Meehan is doing is actually far more radical than most readers realize. Twenty-five and under was conceived as a sop to the masses, a side order to the real review’s main course. And a lot of people, including new dining-section editor Pete Wells, have complained that $25 is an unrealistically low figure in this day and age. Covering ultra-ultra-cheap eats, meanwhile, seems to be Meehan’s idea of progress. Here’s hoping his next piece continues the trend. How do we know Pete Wells thinks $25 is too cheap? He told us so.