Fried chicken is back at Spring Hill …and this time it’s Hawaiian-style. The West Seattle restaurant saddened many a fried chicken fan when it discontinued its weekly dinners earlier this year. Now owner Marjorie Chang Fuller says the decadent Monday night repast will return December 5, albeit with an international twist.
Chef-owner Mark Fuller has bestowed the name “Ma’ono” on fried chicken dinner 2.0. Diners can choose from four different chicken preparations: Korean; Japanese; Chinese, or the beloved original. The family-style sides have also been changed up to include Spam musubi, kimchi, pickled cucumbers, macaroni salad, and steamed white rice.
Dinner for four will set you back $98, and a two-person chicken interlude is $49, plus tax and tip. If crunchy, decadent, juicy fried chicken isn’t your thing, Fuller does a special Monday night a la carte menu that includes kalbi short ribs and curried fried rice with bacon. Much like the original dinners, reservations are required, and I’m guessing these will book up well in advance. Call Spring Hill at 206-935-1075 to reserve.