Chicken in Korean style (chimaek) appeared in London.

In London, lovers of roasted meat, chicken, in particular, can feel absolutely free. Now Korean cuisine starts to appear in the capital.

The shop Wing Wing at Tavistock Square, will introduce Korean dishes to you, chicken among the others. Chimaek is a word formation from "chicken" and "maekju", which means beer in Korean.

And, in fact, what is chimaek? What does it consist of? Everything is simple: crispy chicken wings with beer. Everything is clear and delicious.

In Wing Wing, they sell twice fried chicken in Korean style with garlic sauce or licorice pasta, and also there are roasted seaweed there, kimchi (sauerkraut) and katsu bao (buns with pork).

All that you can find in Bloomsbury, 30 Woburn Pl.

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