It may be called Jinjja Chicken, but this Korean fast food joint prides itself on serving more than just the classic TV snack of hand-painted fried chicken. There are also quick versions of jajangmyeon (black bean noodles) and bibimbap (mixed rice) or if you prefer, bibimmyeon (mixed noodles). Other similarly convenient items on the menu: kimchi tofu burger and seafood mandu (dumplings). See the Jinjja Chicken menu.
Bibimbap or bibimmyeon, $7.50
Kimchi tofu burger, $6.90
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