Starting Monday visitors to ramen restaurant Bantam King will be able to walk off with summer treats — including a sweet-and-savory mash up featuring fried chicken skin and vanilla ice cream — served from a new curbside take-out window.
The colorful year-old chicken ramen shop is scheduled to open it’s new “walk-up window” on June 19. It’s initially expected to operate from 11:30 a.m to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday; management said in a release that it intends to add dinner and weekend service in the future.
In addition to the “fried chicken skin ice cream sandwich” ($5), which is described as a variation on a Moroccan dish modified with cinnamon as well as the aforementioned fried chicken and ice cream, grab-and-go consumers can look forward to a signature Nanban fried chicken sandwich ($6.50), mango, strawberry, and green tea mochi ice cream ($2.50 for one piece; $4.50 for two), a rotating assortment of ice cream floats featuring Japanese sodas ($5), and a chicken sandwich and fries combo meal ($9).
Other ways to cool down: specialty Hawaiian coffee with milk, and Jarritos Mexican sodas.