A food aficionado: Crave: Mad for Chicken

Calamari with spicy mayo, chipotle mayo and ketchup. IMAGE COURTESY OF ANNA ING

This summer, Boston’s Chinatown welcomed its first Korean-style fried chicken restaurant, Crave: Mad for Chicken. Housed in former conveyor-belt sushi joint Enso, the Boston Crave is similar to the franchise Bon Chon, which first introduced the twice-fried technique for extra crispy chicken with hand-brushed sauce. Crave, however, distinguishes itself through the use of all natural, farm-raised and hormone-free chicken at its establishment. Upon entering, the décor is slick and chic. There is a bar area to the right of the front of the restaurant. The dining area is divided up into sections for smaller and larger parties. Crave was working … Continue reading