Kyochon


Over the long weekend, we made an impromptu trip to Kyochon in Cerritos, which is the closest one to San Diego. I know I previously posted about Kyochon, but since we tried more items this time and went to a different location, I thought an updated post would be nice.

Wings were on our mind over the weekend and the only wings we could think of having were Kyochon wings.

I know it sounds crazy that we drove so far for wings. We actually did some other eats along the way, so it wasn’t a completely crazy idea.

Kyochon is a famous chain that sells korean fried chicken. The wings are extremely crispy because they are fried twice, which eliminates the fat chunks attached to the skin.


I was experimenting with pull apart breads this weekend, trying to create an olive oil bread. While the olive oil taste got a bit lost in this bread, it still tasted good.

I’ll have to tinker more to try to create a bread with a stronger olive oil taste.

I like the look of these mini pull apart breads. Everything is cuter when it’s mini, isn’t it?

My family never gets sick of buffets. On a recent trip home, we went to check out Oriental Buffet, a place that both of my brothers love and have been talking about non-stop.

They both really love it because on their first visit, it was very empty and they got tons of lobster to themselves. They also really like the sushi and the sashimi.

Dinner was $18.95 per person. Given the price, I was very surprised to see a good selection of sashimi, sushi and cooked foods. They also have eight different flavors of ice cream for dessert. The place was still pretty empty though, so I’m not sure how well this restaurant will survive.

Here is some of the food we got: