BonChon Chicken

Row 1

1015 Half St SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 488-4000
Korean, Fried Chicken
$ $
Mon–Wed, Sun: 11:30 AM–9:30 PM Thu–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM

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  • This location is the first to have the new menu being rolled out nationally. Stop by for a rye and delicious wings.
  • The chicken wings are amazing! And the fries. Dumplings are alright. Spicy dumplings have a serious kick.
  • Not the biggest fan of this revamped bonchon with overpriced food and no free radish refills targeting the yuppie crowd. I miss the low key LA one.
  • Great chicken. Love the side of diced radish especially since I don't like celery.
  • Well known for their Korean fried chicken. You can order wings, drumsticks or strips served with a side of diced radishes which are really tasty. Parking can be tight on National's game night.
  • Korean style wings..... Sweet and spicy!
  • Pretty tasty menu all around
  • Terrible service. Took an hour to get fried chicken, waiter completely forgot our table. No apology or discount. Chicken unexceptional, overpriced, tasted microwaved. Go to Takorean.
  • Fried chicken drumsticks are huge, but ambiance is severely lacking
  • The spicy crispy chicken sliders are amazing!
  • Delicious! Get the mix. It's fun to alternate the flavors.
  • Don't ask for the fry rice, it's just rice nothing else
  • The boneless strips are addictive! We recommend getting them half soy garlic and half spicy.
  • The Potstickers are lightly fried pork and vegetable dumplings brushed with Bonchon signature sauce and a perfect start before you sink your teeth into some Korean Fried Chicken.
  • Great place for groups and take outs. Bulgolgi wraps, BiBimBap and Chicken strips are my faves
  • Best chicken I have EVER had!!!
  • Go itch the garlic flavor. Spicy is just heat, not much flavor. Takoyaki was awesome!
  • Everything was very tasty and the service was excellent.
  • I had no clue that boneless chicken strips were an option. It was an amazing experience. Great spot to dodge the rain when going to a Nats game.
  • With the chicken strips, don't go spicy. Keep spicy specifically for the wings... Unless you want to cry like a baby because you ate a spicy strip first and can't eat anything afterwards

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