Terminal 21, Bangkok
Then there was Bon Chon Chicken which as you may guess from it's name sake, does some really mean deep fried Korean-style chicken. To begin, you have to obtain a ticket from an electric queue booth at the front counter which gives you a number based on how many people needed to be seated and it will announce your name/number when ready. It was a neat system although it announced in Thai so typically it was hard to know when our number was going to be called. Kindly, the waiter kept an eye on us foreigners and ushered us when the time was right for a table.
The system was otherwise simple and step by step on choices - drumsticks, thigh and/or wings and how small to large amount of pieces. They are accompanied by side dishes or coleslaw and white pickled radishes. The chicken flavours come in a garlic soy or hot and spicy style. We opted for garlic soy on each meat piece, and got the drumsticks and thigh/breasts. Drumsticks were super crunchy and the flavour is tasty. I wasn't too much a fan of the coleslaw however, as I felt it was a little too watery to my liking.