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Korean restaurant chain Inboston Chicken opens 1st New York branch

Inboston Chicken, new in East Northport, serves Korean-style

Inboston Chicken, new in East Northport, serves Korean-style fried chicken wings, drumsticks and "bites " Photo Credit: Inboston Chicken

Specializing in Korean style fried chicken, Inboston Chicken in East Northport has the distinction of being the first Long Island branch of a small Boston chain, as well as the first to open outside Boston.

It takes over the storefront space that last hosted Big Bear Pizzelli.

Here, there are only four tables; most orders are for takeout or delivery. Wings, drumsticks and thigh meat may be ordered in “classic,” style, fried once and coated with a thick glaze either sweet or spicy. Or, you can get your chicken double-fried and lightly doused with a soy garlic or “wildfire” sauce. A small order ($10.95) is either 10 wings or five drums or five wings plus 3 drums or else 12 “bites.” With that comes a choice of one side, such as potato salad, pickled radish, fries or coleslaw. There are also medium ($20.95) and large ($37.95) orders geared to feed crowds. Also on the menu are chicken teriyaki or bulgoki (sliced marinated stir-fried rib-eye) over rice ($7.95).

Inboston Chicken is at 36 Laurel Rd., East Northport, 631-651-8004.

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