I found myself at a favorite place of mine in Yakima for lunch. Whenever I'm anywhere that has a new menu item, I always perk right up with curiosity.
They had listed Korean-style chicken, both sweet and spicy as well as plain.
Welp! Given the option, let's go sweet and spicy and see how we do from there.

This was listed at Ozeki Japanese Restaurant on 16th and Summitview.

They have some of the best sushi in town as well as great menu items for all including teriyaki chicken, mongolian beef, yakisoba, ramen and several other offerings including a huge sushi menu.

I saw the Korean chicken and was immediately interested so I went with that. Not knowing how big they were or anything I opted for a large order knowing anything I didn't eat I could just bring home later.

Yeah... I should have ordered the small

These were HUGE!

Korean style chicken
John Riggs

Gigantic Bone-in chicken wings that were fried to perfection and doused with this sweet and spicy sauce. Not as spicy as I would have figured something like this would be, but the flavor was all there. Kind of like the sauce someone might use for General Tso but with an added zing that made it even better.

I loved the fact they also provided a glove. Though I have giant hands, I was still able to manage.

I was able to eat only 4 of them before I had to get the rest to go. That's how big they were.

I'm looking forward to going back to try the plain ones as I'm sure they're anything but plain.

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