ALL YOU CAN EAT Fried Chicken!

What: All You Can Eat (AYCE) Super-Crispy Fried Chicken

Where: Chef Roy Choi’s A-Frame in Culver City

When: Every Saturday & Sunday, 12-3pm

Cost: $18 per person (including two side dishes)

Beer: Add endless Hite lager for $10 per person

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
Roy cooks his KILLER chicken legs and thighs sous-vide, using rice flour for extra crispy breading. Personally, I was thrilled the platter was without breasts. Gimme them juicy thighs (and legs) anytime!

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
Sides: Zucchini/Cabbage Cole Slaw and “Supermarket” Deli-Style Sweet Potato Salad.

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
Two awesome dipping sauces for the chicken are included: Lemongrass Creamy Dip and Housemade Tonkatsu.

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
My favorite of the two salads was the Zucchini and Cabbage Cole Slaw. I eat low-carb when I can and the flavors of the slaw were just like my grandma’s potato salad… sans the carb-loaded spuds. Of course my sweet-toothed Peter loved the Sweet Potato  Salad.

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
And YES, I know fried chicken has carbs. I’m telling you… these are WORTH IT.

AYCE Fried Chicken at Roy Choi's A-Frame
The inaugural AYCE Fried Chicken day (July 14) was a HUGE hit! Many thanks to Roy Choi & Natasha Phan for organizing the food crawl last week! Both food and drink were hosted.

A-Frame Website
12565 Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA.
(310) 398-7700

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“The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.” Arnold H. Glasgow

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3 responses to “ALL YOU CAN EAT Fried Chicken!

  1. All you can eat chicken for $18! Wow, I hope we have those here in NZ

  2. I just drooled on my shirt…great post!

  3. Marin

    My new goal in life after my last meal at A-frame is to figure out how to make that lemongrass creamy dip. For now I’ll settle with always leaving with a bucket of it. That dip with the pickle plate is heaven.

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