Bonchon Korean Restaurant Finally Opens Doors For Seattle Customers

 Bonchon Korean Restaurant Finally Opens Doors For Seattle Customers

Seattle restaurant patrons have their choice of yet another kind of cuisine.

Bonchon has finally opened the First Hill restaurant and is bringing Korean fried chicken to the area. Hours are limited, and its menu is small, but still fans of Korean food are not being stopped to try the pork buns, bibimbap, rice cakes, drumsticks and more.

There’s been no talk of when the hours will be extended, and a full menu will be unveiled, but still, people are flocking to Bonchon, which first began in South Korea in 2002.

The restaurant’s Seattle location was teased in January 2018, with a Facebook page of the 554 Broadway location posting tasty food pictures without any talk of when it would open up. Bonhon fans have been expressing their disappointment in comments, especially when it came to when the restaurant would open.

The fast-casual restaurant has about 200 franchises throughout the world including Hawaii, New York and Texas. It features an array of fried chicken dishes as well as other foods such as fish cakes, pork buns, rice cakes, Korean tacos, udon soup and takoyaki.