Cheese vol­cano

Thornhill Post - - Food -

With the hol­i­day sea­son upon us, there’s no short­age of ways to blow one’s diet. One of our favourites is the newly opened Chicken in the Kitchen (5600 Yonge St.). This restau­rant comes to us by way of Ko­rea, the land that’s el­e­vated crispy fried chicken to an art form. Lauded by pop­u­lar Korean TV show Food X File, Chicken in the Kitchen is beloved in its home coun­try. So cluck on down to the first Cana­dian lo­ca­tion. You could just grab a piece or two, or you could go all out and blow your calo­rie bud­get on their pièce de ré­sis­tance, the cheese vol­cano chicken plat­ter. The deca­dent fro­mage-filled feast in­volves a bread bowl filled with melted gouda and Parme­san, sur­rounded by a flock of fried chicken pieces, potato wedges and Korean rice cakes for good mea­sure.

SE­CRET RECIPEIt’s hush-hush, but we know the mari­nade has gin­seng and rasp­ber­ries.

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