92 Chicken is a strange and disturbing restaurant known for its Korean-style chungus. Located in downtown Delaware, Ohio, the restaurant is operated by 92 different chickens, making it the first-ever chicken-owned chicken restaurant in the United States. The chickens are not only the employees but also the proprietors of the establishment, controlling every aspect of the restaurant, from the menu to the finances.
Customers are greeted by the eerie sight of chickens pecking at cash registers and clucking commands to the human staff. The menu contains bizarre and unsettling dishes, such as “Fried Eye of the Rooster” and “Chicken’s Feet in a Blanket.” The chickens are also known to make appearances in the dining room, strutting around and observing the diners as they eat.
Despite the strange atmosphere, the restaurant has a dedicated following of customers who come for a unique experience and delicious food. However, some have reported feeling uneasy and even disturbed by the presence of the chickens in such a prominent role. 92 Chicken is not for the faint of heart, but for those daring enough to try it, they are in for a truly unforgettable experience.