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Korean fried chicken pop-up Dubon is coming to Baldwin Village in early April

Korean fried chicken pop-up Dubon is coming to Baldwin Village in early April
(Image: Dubon Chicken)

A new pop-up restaurant called Dubon Chicken is taking over Elle M’a Dit on April 8, 9 and 10 to serve its take on the latest trend in fried poultry: Korean fried chicken. Dubon’s wings are twice-fried, brushed with either soy garlic or hot pepper sauce and served with pickled daikon and slaw (former Sen5es executive chef Vincent Leung consulted on the recipes). Should the pop-up prove successful (and the trend sufficiently long-lasting), look for Dubon to open a permanent restaurant down the road. [Dubon Chicken]

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