This Upper West Side eatery from owner and chef Jun Park (also of Jun-Men Ramen) doesn’t just limit itself as a Korean fried chicken restaurant, but instead, considers itself as a fried chicken destination in general. At Chick Chick, Korean-inspired items cooked with a batter of 15 spices are crunchy and juicy without an overtly greasy flavor, and additional menu options include classic American-style dishes along with choices like Chicken Ramen (are you seeing the theme?). Fried chicken is available in half/whole, wings, Heavenly Crispy Bites, and tenders with the option for sauces like Korean sweet Gochujang and Soy Garlic. Sandwiches selections include the Nashville Hot Chicken and signature Chickwich. Grab one of their counter stools that offer a primetime view of their open kitchen and tack on Housemade Biscuits, Truffle Parm Fries, salads, and special fried chicken sets that go as big as 50 wings or 25 chicken tenders.