This rather somber Korean fried-chicken specialist produces a spicy variety with little flecks of chile in the breading. Medium or large orders can be all legs, all wings, legs plus wings, or whole cut-up chickens. Each order includes a boring pickled radish salad, and comes carefully arranged in a box that looks like a ranch house, with a free can of soda sticking out the top like a chimney. Getting your order takes 30 to 45 minutes. Give them your cell number and you can walk up and down Queens Boulevard while you wait, admiring all the Korean restaurants.
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