Mar 22, 2021 - News
Korean fried chicken spot MonoMono KFC opens in Denver's LoDo
Soy garlic and hot and spicy wings with an order of kimchi fries at MonoMono KFC in Denver. Photo: Alayna Alvarez/Axios

If crazy-crackly fried chicken is your thing, you’re going to love MonoMono KFC, Denver’s newest Korean fried chicken joint in LoDo.

Behind the business — which opened Saturday at 1550 Blake St. — is longtime restaurateur JW Lee, who runs Wasabi Sushi Bar in Lakewood and the local fast-casual Asian chain Menya Noodle Bar.

On the menu: Choose from soy garlic or hot and spicy wings (or both). A dozen costs $16.

  • Don’t overlook the starters — like the ultra-crispy kimchi fries ($11) — or a few other main course contenders: namely the bulgogi cheeseburger ($14), gochujang fried chicken burger ($13) and kimchi fried rice ($11).
  • If you’re thirsty, try a cocktail with house-infused soju (a Korean spirit).

This story first appeared in the Axios Denver newsletter, designed to help readers get smarter, faster on the most consequential news unfolding in their own backyard.

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