The Low Down
Save Money: Portions are pretty generous, and many items are available in two sizes. Fried chicken can be order by the half or whole, and sides are sold in small and large sizes.
Know Before You Go: The menu sports lots of add-ons for a customized experience, such as brown rice for $1 and shrimp on salad for $2.
The Extras: The fried chicken can be had with a few sauces, including fusion barbecue, buffalo and ginger, soy and garlic-scented Seoul Sassy.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
If the name doesn't tip you off to what this Lakeview restaurant is all about, perhaps the roll of paper towels on each of the communal tables will. Specializing in Korean fried chicken, Crisp isn't for those who are afraid to get theirâ¦
By jinkwell at Menuism
Okay, who laced the wings with crack? My roommate and I ordered often; I prefer the Seoul Sassy wings. And... Read More
By smallfry at Menuism
I've been to Crisp 3 times now and it hits the spot each time! It's a small mom & pop type of place.... Read More
By bethylou10 at Citysearch
I've had all three flavors of the fried chicken, and although they are all tasty, the Seoul Sassy outshines the others. It's an explosion of flavor... Read More
By Effpee at GrubHub
Their kimchee is great but expensive. I'd pay half the price and get my own jar from a grocery store but my fridge would hate me for the stink. I...
Chicken--and lots of it--is on tap at this funky, untraditional Korean fast fooder in Lakeview.
By Jennifer Olvera at Citysearch
Photo by Jasmin Shah In Short It's hard to miss the vibrant orange exterior and even harder to narrow down the possibilities from... Read More