Chick-N-Bap is a new Korean-inspired street food concept that fuses founder Sung Kim's Korean and New York roots. The street food concept is one the founder aims to franchise on college campuses including the State University of New York in Binghamton where he went to school.
Celebrating traditional Korean flavors, Chick-N-Bap boasts a menu of chicken and rice dishes infused with "turmeric, grilled chicken, lettuce and tomato, all drizzled with a creamy, sweet and tangy white sauce." The eatery also offers "white rice and Korean barbecue marinated chicken thighs along with the traditional yellow rice and Middle Eastern spiced chicken thighs" with house-made sauce options.
Each menu item is offered at an accessible price point for student budgets and is inspired by New York's city-wide food carts.
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