The house specialty at M Kokko is “KFC” wings, the K standing for Korean — as in that country’s famously extra-crispy twice-fried chicken. Twelve bucks gets you eight wings, glazed with a classic soy-garlic sauce or a spicy-sweet sauce riddled with freshly toasted red chiles. That price also gets you a small dish of house-pickled daikon and a seasonal vegetable side — sautéed kale.
The house specialty at M Kokko is “KFC” wings, the K standing for Korean — as in that country’s famously extra-crispy twice-fried chicken. Twelve bucks gets you eight wings, glazed with a classic soy-garlic sauce or a spicy-sweet sauce riddled with freshly toasted red chiles. That price also gets you a small dish of house-pickled daikon and a seasonal vegetable side — sautéed kale. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
The house specialty at M Kokko is “KFC” wings, the K standing for Korean — as in that country’s famously extra-crispy twice-fried chicken. Twelve bucks gets you eight wings, glazed with a classic soy-garlic sauce or a spicy-sweet sauce riddled with freshly toasted red chiles. That price also gets you a small dish of house-pickled daikon and a seasonal vegetable side — sautéed kale. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com