Korean Fried Chicken
Was at the North Shore Winter Club one afternoon and decided to grab a quick bite at their café, which is open daily at 8:00 a.m.
There were plenty of choices, including calamari, burgers, fries, salads, sandwiches, soup, rice bowls, chicken wings, and many other items. I decided on their Korean Fried Chicken, which, according to the menu, was a new item and cost C$11.00 plus tax.
Since there was a hockey event at the facility that afternoon, it became very busy in the café, and I got my chicken after about a 25-minute wait (it was originally supposed to be 15 minutes).
I thought the portion was too small – for 11 bucks. I mean, their rice bowls start at 12 bucks, so perhaps if I’d gone with one of those instead, then it might have been worth it. Then again, probably the amount of meat in the rice bowls would have been less too.
Anyway, the Korean fried chicken tasted pretty good. Crunchy and spicy. Just a tad too small in terms of portion.
When: Monday, February 9, 2015
What: Korean Fried Chicken
Where: North Shore Winter Club Café, 1325 E. Keith Road, North Vancouver, BC
How Much: C$11.00 plus tax