South Korea’s famous BB.Q Chicken finally comes to Silicon Valley — and here’s what makes this KFC different from others

The BB.Q Chicken chain has finally made its way to the Bay Area. The first location is in Cupertino. (Richard Guzman/Southern California News Group)

There are three things to know about BB.Q Chicken, the incredibly popular South Korean fried chicken chain that has opened in the Cupertino Village.

First, the name — yes, it’s BB-dot-Q — does not refer to barbecue. It stands for “Best of the Best Quality,” the company says.

Second, the restaurant deep-fries with extra-virgin olive oil — that’s the unusual part — to achieve “high-quality, healthy chicken” and a lighter, crisper texture.

Third, this is not fast food. Right

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