Do you know what South Jersey needs more of? Fried chicken!
And not just any fried chicken, but succulently juicy and extra crispy Korean golden fried chicken. Have I got your attention?
Owner Sam Li expects to debut his BB.Q Chicken franchise in the Marlton Crossing Shopping Center at 125 Route 73 South during the first week of December for a soft opening, then a grand opening the following week.
In addition to the Korean fried chicken that the global BB.Q Chicken chain, which operates over 3000 stores worldwide, is famous for, this location will also feature Bubble tea, and Thai rolled ice cream (thanks to a partnership with Frozen Boba). Kind of a one-stop-shop for all things sinfully delicious, if you ask me.
Grand Opening specials will include BOGO on all bubble teas. They will also be hosting social media contests and giveaways.
Li also owns and operates OSushi in the Marlton Crossing Shopping Center and Oriental Palace in Lawnside.
Olga’s Diner is back and offers something for everyone — including vegans.
The new Olga’s Diner opened this past week at 200 Route 73 North in Marlton. It is a remake of the iconic diner that was located where Routes 70 and 73 meet and closed in 2008.
This is not your parent’s or grandparent’s Olga’s Diner, though. While classic breakfast, lunch, and dinner items are offered all day long, they’ve considered the vegetarians and vegans who may want to dine at the establishment as well.
Vegan specials such as the Beyond Burger and dishes made with locally produced Michael’s Savory Seitan are featured on the special vegan menu. This is good news for those who are trying to live a more plant-based lifestyle or simply want non-meat options.
Looking forward to visiting soon! Have you been yet? Sound off in the comments.