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Details
25 W 32nd St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 967-8093
Fried Chicken, Korean
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • SO many kinds of Korean fried chicken in beautiful, beautiful cabinets. Maximal fried chicken, minimal human interaction (just grab from cabinet & pay). Tons of seating. Great for a quick, quiet meal.
  • Amazingly spacious! I expect this place to get busy and crowded soon. Tasty, affordable, and filling grab and go options. Try the honey fried chicken and rice cakes.
  • Surprisingly the best Korean fried chicken I've had in NYC!
  • Service is pretty bad but their food is decent. 20% automatic gratuity for a large party
  • An amazing entrance into the soul of Korean Fried Chicken culture and deliciousness.I recommend the Kimchi Fried Rice and the Olive Secret Spice Chicken! The service is great and vibe is so relaxed!
  • The spicy wings were fantastic. Be careful though, they are very spicy. If you like spicy things, you will love these wings. If you don't, the chicken bulgogi is good as well! Endless options here!
  • Dine in for their chicken bulgogi. It's really good! It does not compete with their signature olive oil fried chicken. So crispy~ Taste similar to Korean corn chip! It beats Kyochon and Bonchon!
  • The original recipe chicken wings are the best. Very tender. Dont get the chicken sandwich, the sauce is extremely sweet paired with the sweet bun its an overkill.
  • Delicious and affordable Korean fried chicken buckets here; there's even boneless variations too. Self serve & take out ground floor, waiter service downstairs.
  • Get a tub to share.
  • Olive chicken is so bomb
  • Boneless chicken is the best and get the rice with it!
  • Bulgogi poutine is always a winner here! Its a must have if youre downstairs in the bar area.
  • Perfect place for sports, beer and fried chicken In Korean style, friendly staff, many screens, not much people.
  • The normal spicy chicken not very spicy. Decent. The fries here are very very good.
  • Golden olive secret sauced chicken was too sweet and barely spicy. Get something else
  • Gangnam-style wings = lame name, great taste. kinda like a HK-style salt-n-pepper combined with korean spicy
  • Golden olive ? The basic one!
  • Easy to quickly to-go
  • My favorite chicken spot in the city. I love that you can just grab what you want and sit down anywhere. Very chill vibes