Looking for new foods to add to your repertoire of go-to meals? Mad For Chicken has you covered! They are a local Korean chain with locations in Brooklyn and Queens. Mad For Chicken boasts to serve the best farm-friendly chicken with classic Korean flavors. Quite a clever way to educate New Yorkers about Korean culture, isn’t it?
Obviously I had to try the Korean fried wings. Korean wings are notorious for their technique that yields crispy wings. When I tell you that Mad For Chicken delivered, they delivered! Their wings were super crunchy yet light and not greasy. They were tossed in a spicy garlic sauce, giving them the perfect balance of sweet and sour. I highly recommend their wings!
Next I tried the bulgogi cheese sandwich after seeing it on their menu. Bulgogi is Korean meat that’s marinated and grilled. Foodies rave about it, so I knew I had to try it! The sandwich had beef, onions, bell peppers, and American cheese on a roll. It was quite good, but I wish it contained more of the marinade. Grilling it made the meat drier and chewier. It had a good tangy flavor, but it’s not something I would order again.
Overall, my experience at Mad For Chicken was great! The dishes I tried showcased Korean flavors and techniques I hear about in their cuisine. Somehow, they create the perfect fusion of Korean-American foods. You can check out their full menu here. You can try their cooking for takeout or delivery to get your Korean fix on! Korean chicken will be your go-to after this, guaranteed!