Have you ever heard of Bonchon?

I had it at an airport once when I was traveling to Thailand and it was pretty bomb!

If you are unfamiliar, Bonchon is famous for their crunchy, flavorful crispy, hand-brushed Korean fried chicken;

Their slogan is "Crunch Out Loud"

Bonchon Chicken was born in Busan, South Korea in 2002 and the concept was established in the heart of New York City in 2006. Their mission was to share Korean comfort food around the world. They now have 370 locations worldwide and more than 114 locations in the U.S, so I would say MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

The closest locations are Lowell and Salem, MA. Victor Vang, who is the owner and operator of the Lowell MA store decided to open another location in New Hampshire, making it the first in the state!

Victor said:

“I could not be more excited that I get to be the first one to bring the Bonchon flavor to New Hampshire. The community here are foodies and love indulging in tasty foods so I’m sure they will quickly come to appreciate the diversity in the menu.”

To celebrate the opening of the brand new Bonchon location at  341 Amherst Street in Nashua, they will be hosting a grand opening event on January 17th for the members of the Nashua community. The first 100 guests to visit will have a chance to receive a free chicken sandwich.

The hours for dine-in, take-out, and third-party delivery are Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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