Learning How to BonChon and Meeting BonChon’s Ko-Yo
All these time, I have been eating BonChon wrong. Maybe that is why I did not enjoy it the first time I tried it. But after seeing BonChon’s owner Mr. Scott Tan do it the proper way, I will definitely appreciate the experience and the taste more by doing the right way of eating this Original Korean Crispy Chicken.
BonChon’s chicken is designed to be eaten with bare hands and get the most with a single bite. Whatever part you choose – wings, chops, thighs, drumsticks, or any combination of these, you can certainly get the most with just one bite. We don’t need to use utensils or separate the skin from the meat like we used to to appreciate the flavor of this chicken.
This Original Korean Crispy Chicken is a finger food so it should be eaten like one. Don’t hesitate to get your hands messy and dig in!
BonChon also have a great selection of other dishes. They have salads, fish and chips, and chapchae (japchae).
Chapchae is a Korean dish of stir fried sweet potato noodles in sesame oil and slices of vegetables added in it.
Finally, we met BonChon’s newest dessert, the Korean Yogurt or Ko-Yo. It is available in a mini cup (Php35) for plain Ko-Yo. It is also available in 2 flavors for Php 70, Banoffee Pie Ko-Yo and Blueberry Torte Ko-Yo.
I had the privilege to try one of the Ko-Yos. I sampled the Banoffee Pie Ko-Yo. It had real banana slices topped on the smooth and scrumptious frozen yogurt. The yogurt was not very sour, it suits my palate perfectly.
BonChon has branches at:
Alabang: Alabang Town Center
Makati: Ayala Triangle, Greenbelt 1
Manila: Taft (University Mall), Lucky Chinatown Mall, SM Manila
Ortigas: Shangri-la Plaza, Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall
Pasay: SM Mall of Asia
Quezon City: Libis, Katipunan, Tomas Morato, TriNoma, SM North Edsa Annex, SM Fairview
San Juan: Greenhills Promenade
Taguig: One Parkade in BGC
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Facebook: BonChon Chicken Philippines
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