Thursday Kitchen is a casual spot that’s an interesting Korean style spot with French and Spanish influence, which means you’ll get a truly unique experience that should not be missed. So how did this place come up with such a creative take on food? Well, it’s all thanks to Chef proprietor Kyungmin Kay Hyun, who is from Busan, South Korea. She trained at the French Culinary Institute in NYC and has always been obsessed with Spanish food, which explains the amazing food at Thursday Kitchen.
You might also be wondering why it’s called that, and the answer is simple: “You may be wondering, “Why Thursday?” Typically, the weekend seems to start on Fridays, making Thursday night plans uncertain. At Thursday Kitchen, we want to turn that uncertain feeling into a kind of excitement that only we can offer with our quality of food, service, and overall good vibe,” the restaurant’s website explains.
While you’re here, there are several dishes and special items you must try. How about a neon-light up alcoholic Capri Sun? Sign us up.
Capri Sun For Adults
These amazing cocktails are made with soju mixed with soda and fresh fruit and they include a light up plastic cube that creates an amazingly fun effect. You can enjoy the nostalgia of sipping a drink from a pouch but still get your buzz going.
Angry Sweet Potato
While sweet potato fries are always a delicious treat, Thursday Kitchen kicks it up a notch by adding in a kick of spice with Sriracha and an addictive goat cheese dip. You can also go for the Ugly Potato, which comes loaded with American cheese and BBQ sauce, if you’re looking for a more classic American twist on potatoes.
Korea is known for its delicious fried chicken that truly rivals KFC’s finger lickin good buckets. What sets Korean fried chicken apart is the fact that it’s covered in a delicious spicy and sweet sauce that will actually have you licking your fingers and reaching for more.
Sometimes, a dish that you try can only be described as a flavor bomb, which is what these edamame dumplings are. The dumplings are filled with pureed edamame that’s turned up with citrus, pepper, and truffle oil, creating an intricate and explosive flavor experience that you should definitely not miss out on.