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RECIPES: Crispy Korean Fried Chicken

FOX 4 | MARCH 1 2017
Sandy Bussey from Chicken Moto in Richardson stopped by Good Day to put a twist on traditional. She makes crispy Korean fried chicken.

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Korean Elotes? Sure, Why not
Chicken Moto, South Korea Meets Texas Flavor

Dallas Observer | FEB 23 2017
Richardson boasts a decent list of restaurants in virtually all types of Asian cuisine, but its latest addition takes the taste of South Korea and pairs it with our own Lone Star State: Chicken Moto, a new eatery from the team behind Bbbop Seoul Kitchen.
Luckily, we’re not talking cream gravy poured over kimchi, but you will get a curious mix of Korean pepper-spiced mayonnaise topped with cotija cheese on the elotes.

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First Look:
Chicken Moto Fries It Up Korean-Style in Richardson

ZAGAT | FEB 2017
The gist: Cultures collide at the new Chicken Moto, a fast-casual restaurant that brings together South Korean “Seoul food” with Texas comfort food for a unique spin on the still-booming fried chicken trend. The restaurant is in a former auto repair shop, hence the “Moto” part of the name, bolstered by a series of motorcycle art pieces, as well as helmets and other bike accessories. Debuting today in Richardson, the eatery centers around Not Your Mama’s Fried Chicken, the most popular dish at the restaurant team’s other venture: bbbop Seoul Kitchen…

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13 NEW RESTAURANTS AND SHOPS, FROM FRIED CHICKEN TO PIZZA TO CANDY

GUIDE LIVE | FEB 2017
It doesn’t matter if you live in the suburbs and never drive to Dallas for dinner. It doesn’t matter if you live in Dallas and fear what’s north of 635. The beginning of 2017 brought so many restaurant, bakery and grocery store openings that there’s something new and delicious in nearly every corner of Dallas-Fort Worth.

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Regulars at bbbop Seoul Kitchen are likely familiar with the fried chicken special; it’s popular. So why not spin off an entire restaurant inspired by that delicious Korean fried chicken?

Chef team behind bbbop Seoul Kitchen ready to strut with Chicken Moto

ESCAPE HATCH DALLAS | FEB 2017
Sandy and Greg Bussey, Steve Shin and Sam Osee — the team behind bbbop Seoul Kitchen– thinks Korean fried chicken is the next big thing to cluck about. Finding success with KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) at bbbop, the team has decided the fried birds are ready to stut on their own. Chicken Moto, a full-service Korean-inspired fried chicken restaurant, will open for dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 23, followed closely with a launch of lunch the following week.

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CHICKEN MOTO TO OPEN IN RICHARDSON

D MAGAZINE | FEB 2017
Chicken Moto, a full-service Korean-inspired fried chicken restaurant, will open to the public for dinner service on Wednesday, February 22, with lunch being added a week later. Located at 2069 N. Central Expressway in Richardson, owners husband and wife/chef duo Sandy and Greg Bussey, Steve Shin and Sam Osee (all of bbbop Seoul Kitchen) describe it as Texas Southern comfort meets South Korean Seoul food.

BBBOP PUTS SOUTHERN SPIN ON KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN RESTAURANT IN RICHARDSON

CULTURE MAP DALLAS | FEB 2017
Dallas’ fried chicken scene gets a little bigger with the opening of Chicken Moto, a new concept from the owners of Bbbop Seoul Kitchen. The restaurant is opening at 2069 N. Central Expy., next door to Cafe Brazil, in a center that’s being redeveloped into a kind of food hall concept. Opening is scheduled for the last week of February.

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