The following information was recently updated on July 9, 2022
Chicken In The Kitchen menu is a Korean restaurant located in Provo, Utah. The restaurant has a particular focus on Korean fried chicken, available in a number of ways. The following Chicken In The Kitchen menu is dated July 2022 and was provided directly by the restaurant. The restaurant also note that in addition to the below, Gimbap and Dak-galbi is also served.
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700 N State St #23, Provo, UT 84604, USA (801) 375-0818
Seriously, I get wings fairly often but normally American style. I figured I’d give this a shot and blew my mind. I got angry soy and angry miso. Both were amazing, the breading was so crispy, the chicken was the most juicy wing I’ve had in Utah.
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