Monday, July 5, 2010
Kyochon - Los Angeles
The restaurant was located on a strip mall. Parking on a busy day could be challenging. The strip mall has limited parking space. We were there at 12 noon on Saturday. Some of the restaurants were not open for business but there were not too many parking spots left.
The restaurant itself was at the corner of the strip mall which gives it benefits of having view to both street - 6th St and Serrano. Especially since the restaurant also has huge windows with covering that can be pulled down (on hot days) that will show pictures of fried chicken. Tasty !
We went to the counter but upon knowing that we were going to eat there, we were told to get a seat. Then a waitress brought us our menus. I zeroed in on a small order of soy sauce chicken wings. Hubby would get the combo of potato wedges, spicy chicken wings with a soda. I also got a side dish of pickled daikon. While waiting for the order we saw a few patrons coming in and out picking up their orders. Their take out orders was put in a very cute bag that looked more like a bag from a boutique rather than a take out fried chicken restaurant. I'm not kidding !
3833 W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90020