Chi-Kin will offer Korean chicken wings, tenders, nuggets, vegan chi-kin options along with bibim bowls, and more.
A fast casual Korean fried chicken restaurant we told you about called Chi-Kin (Instagram) is opening in the Mills50 District at 813 N. Mills Ave (MAP). It has taken over the space formerly occupied by Noodles and Rice.
Chi-Kin will offer wings, tenders, nuggets, vegan chi-kin options along with bibim bowls, waffle fries and a desert called honey brick toast.
The opening date is Wednesday December 18th according to Orlando Weekly.
The owner of Chi-Kin, Hoi Nguyen, is also the creator of King Bao (with his brother Vic) and Poke Hana (with business partners Aiy and Alex). All three establishments are located within walking distance of each other in the Mills50 District.
The retail strip building the restaurant is located in called The Strand building was sold at the end of June for $1,200,000. The buyer, George Boone, was represented by Tony D. Nguyen, Managing Director of The TRG Group.
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