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Snag Fried Chicken Skin Ice Cream Sandwiches at Bantam King’s New Walk-Up Window

The year-old ramen shop gets ready for summer

The walk-up window is scheduled to debut Monday, June 19.
[Albert Ting]
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

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.

Bantam King

501 G St NW, Washington, DC 20003