The Annandale Bon Chon location is now called Chi Mc, and is almost *exactly* the same as Bon Chon was, with slightly better service and (I think) a few more options to choose from.
Matt “took me”Â Â me there for Father’s Day (he *loves* chicken wings), and it was wonderful – everything Bon Chon ever was, and perhaps more.Â
I phoned my order in at 4:35, and they said it’d be ready at 5:10 (we ate in).
They said they were out of drummies, so we got oneÂ Large Wings and a bottle of ShoChuÂ ($33.95) and oneÂ Medium WingsÂ ($14) – I can’t find the receipt, so I’m going from memory here. We ordered them both half soy-garlic and half spicy, and some drumsticks did appear after all.
After receiving the shochu, and a large, thin, (temperature)-hot bowl of tofu-onion-soy soup, the chicken came, and it was virtually identifcal to Bon Chon’s. It met our expectations as more.Â Â
Matt flubbed a piano recital, and drowned his sorrows in chicken wings this evening – as a dear friend told me, “chicken wings are a unifying force of nature,” and she’s right. We had a fantastic time – thanks, Matt!
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