For those looking for alternative dishes to home-cooked turkey this Thanksgiving, Koreatown’s go-to Korean BBQ restaurant has prepared a Korean chicken dish full of ingredients that boost your body heat, just in time for colder temperatures.
The chefs at miss KOREA BBQ are cooking Dakjjim, Braised Chicken with Vegetables, as a nutrition-packed delicacy for patrons to enjoy in celebration of Thanksgiving. The chicken will be seasoned with food ingredients known to boost body temperatures including honey, pepper, cinnamon, ginger, and garlic. As Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the winter holiday season, miss KOREA BBQ’s Dakjjim presents a warming dish—both figuratively and literally—for everyone to enjoy, beyond more traditional menu items like turkey and stuffing.
Owner of miss KOREA BBQ Sophia Lee said, “Now that colder weather is approaching us, we have prepared a Dakjjim with ingredients that will warm up our guests and help them stay healthy this winter. This is a great opportunity for families to get together for a memorable and delicious experience.”
As the end of the year nears and the holiday season is upon us, we all begin to crave not only good food but also quality family time.The special menu will be available for $18.95 from November 25 to November 29, for families and guests seeking a great pre- or post-Thanksgiving meal.