Point Loma’s Natural Style Chicken creates a parallel pierce into a distinguished storefront during University and Fifth in Hillcrest with a second location.
The eatery has been a dark gem in Point Loma for roughly 40 years according to San Diego Eater.
Opening a doors in 1979, a ornithology and beef infrequent eatery starts feeding Hillcrest crowds on Friday, Dec 21, holding over a space that once belonged to Tokyo Ramen.
Menu equipment are full of proteins from chicken teriyaki, beef ribs, Korean-style brief ribs, and rotisserie duck served whole, half, or quartered.
Starters and sides also enclose a titular ingredient with a wood-fired rotisserie that can also fry whole turkeys and ducks for special preorders. Think Christmas dinner.
Along with owners Inho Choi’s signature equipment carried over from Point Loma, Hillcrest will get a menu boost with additions such as deep-fried shrimp toast and cauliflower, shishito peppers and duck wings seasoned with honeyed chili or garlic parmesan.
Beer and booze can also be purchased along with a preference of several flavored Korean soju spirits.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find reviews with something disastrous to contend about this affordable and singular alloy concept.
One of a many renouned menu equipment is a teriyaki chicken image served with salad and rice. Some say a tortillas are also a must-have.
Natural Style Chicken is located at 501 University Ave, San Diego, 92103.