What they say:
It started on the streets of South Korea, took New York by storm and now, it's come for us, London - Korean fried chicken. Wing Wing has opened in Fitzrovia and is based on a 'chimaek', that's a combination of 'chicken' and the Korean for beer, 'maekju'. The venue is a casual eating spot with an outdoor terrace, space for 100, and a private dining room that includes a TV for K-pop sessions and a self-pour beer machine.
What we say:
Wing Wing is set to be central London's hottest new spot as they give their fried chicken a Korean twist. Using ethically sourced birds, meat is double fried and coated in one of three sauces - garlic soy, hot or liquorice. There is also a range of comforting Asian dishes which includes the likes of kimchi coleslaw, seaweed fries and bao buns. Beer also gets a fancy revamp at this spot as Wing Wing uses a unique system that includes magnets for a 'bottoms up' approach which means faster pouring and less spillage.