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City & State or ZIP Tonight, this weekend, May 5th...
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KFC

How do you make your coworkers happy? You bring them back a box of KFC, as in Korean fried chicken.
Look for a report this Friday — online here and in print in the Go Guide — on the exploding Korean food scene in Duluth and Suwanee. Even people who don’t like spicy food or kimchi will find plenty to love.
Like fried chicken.

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Peebo Van Der Sloot

June 23rd, 2010
1:46 pm

Very interesting – is the fried chicken good and how would you describe it?

PT

June 23rd, 2010
3:06 pm

Stop ruining it for the rest of us… while Toreore and Love Letter Chicken are good, there’s a place with incredible KFC that no one will ever find unless you’re in the know.

Fred

June 23rd, 2010
5:20 pm

What a tease. Is it KFC when my MIL makes it lol?

Justin Wilson

June 24th, 2010
6:47 am

Look forward to your report John as I stroll by a Korean Chicken place (and Korean Pizza too?) every time I go to the H Mart in Johns Creek (Medlock Bridge/Hwy 120) but have never ventured in.

Had to be said

June 24th, 2010
8:47 am

At least it tastes like chicken

Ganners

June 24th, 2010
9:36 am

Do Korean chicken joints know how to double down? That is the real question.

Did you notice on the box how the drawn guy is really round? Yeah….

A

June 24th, 2010
11:46 am

I wish a Super H Mart would open in Alpharetta. The Johns Creek one is just a bit too far to be convenient, and we have no Asian (besides Indian) groceries to speak of west of GA 400.

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