Bonchon, the internationally revered restaurant brand known for its Korean fried chicken, announces the relocation of its New York City headquarters to Dallas, Texas by January 1, 2020.
In addition to a new HQ, Bonchon is launching a fast-casual restaurant model, incorporating a new interior design, new service model, and streamlined menu. The new model will apply to select new franchise openings and new corporate restaurants and will strengthen Bonchon’s ability to continue to grow online ordering, which currently accounts for over 50% of its current revenue.
The building that houses Chicken Moto was an auto repair shop before the team converted it into a full service restaurant with bar. Co-owner Sam Osee explains, “I love motorcycles, beers and fried chicken. These are perhaps the pure joys of my life outside of faith and family. Why not have great fried chicken and drink some cold beer in a place that feels comfortable and inviting.” Continue reading →
Chicken Moto, a full-service Korean-inspired fried chicken restaurant, will open to the public for dinner service on Wednesday, February 22, with lunch being added a week later. Located at 2069 N. Central Expressway in Richardson, owners husband and wife/chef duo Sandy and Greg Bussey, Steve Shin and Sam Osee (all of bbbop Seoul Kitchen) describe it as Texas Southern comfort meets South Korean Seoul food. Continue reading →