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Posted by Anonymous on 02/29/2012
I have ordered their rice bowl over the phone. Food itself was okay but for the price of $13.05($11.99 plus tax) it wasn't a lot of food- couple pcs of chicken nuggets over not much rice with lots of shredded lettuce. Also according to their menu it should have come with a soup but the soup wasn't included. When I called them back I was told that their menu has been changed over a year ago. Oviously they have updated the price (since one other reviewer mentioned about the rice bowl being $10 a year ago) but didn't bothers to adjust other changes. Anyway, I ended up getting more food from a deli since the portion wasn't enough.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/25/2011
I love the Sal Sal chicken strip combo -- it's always freshly made and tasty. It's not huge, though, so I don't come in if I'm super hungry. The restaurant is clean and the staff is friendly, but I live around the corner so I usually get take out.
Posted by paprika3118 on 04/20/2011
I just tried the Sal Sal Chicken Rice Bowl for lunch. I've been long-enticed by the new joint and its pictures and supposed "different" kind of chicken. But make no mistake, it's poor quality fast food. First of all, this rice bowl was $10. The rice was soggy, the chicken was pimply and odd in appearance and nothing special (though tender and with decent flavor), and the filler included watery shredded iceberg lettuce, red onions and scallions (redeeming ingredients), and maybe the most unappetizing cherry tomatoes I've ever tasted. If this was a simple fast food joint, I'd understand. But the prices are obscene. I won't make that mistake again.
Posted by anonymous on 01/08/2011
The sol sol chicken strip meal gives you about 5 potato wedges and 3 chicken strips the size and width of your pinky for 10 dollars. Although the chicken tasted good WAY overpriced.
Posted by Bob Dolan on 11/26/2010
My mouth is still burning! Went on a tasting tour in Korea Town and tried out some of the places I've been recommended. Kyo Chon was hands down the best. The easiest way to describe the restaurant set-up is to say that it reminds me of what the future was supposed to look like... I went at night so I chose the dine-in option. The staff was really friendly all around. My server warned me about the hot&sweet wings spiciness, but I went for them anyway. She definitely wasn't lying. Not the choice for sensitive pallets but it was right up my alley.