Posts tagged: Korean Fried Chicken

4 Fingers Crispy Chicken

By , December 11, 2013

4 Fingers is easily the most popular Korean Fried Chicken brand among the youths. Its speciality is the 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken Wings and Drummettes (6 pieces for $9.95) coming in flavours of soy garlic, spicy or mixed. Seriously speaking, the seasoning is very tasty and you would want to slowly lick the sauces off the skin.

The chicken though, felt like they went for an extended sun-tan session, and were dry and shrivelled. If you want moist and piping hot, then order the Chicken Drumsticks (3 pieces for $10.95). (Read: 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken (Plaza Singapura))

4 Fingers Crispy Chicken
Ion Orchard (Orchard MRT)
#01-32 Plaza Singapura Singapore 238839 (Dhoby Ghaut MRT)
Opening Hours:10:00am – 10:30pm Daily

Chicken Up

By , December 10, 2013

Chicken Up’s Spicy Up ($18.00 for 4 pieces, $34.00 for 8 pieces) is up and up expensive! It has regularly been known “The Best Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore” (Straits Time’s Hsueh chose it in a blind-taste).
The batter is crispy with a ccccrunch, and the cccchomp down the drumstick reveals juicy and moist meat which reminds me of the old old incarnation of KFC of my childhood days. Not spicy enough though, and I did wonder if it would legitimately be the best.

Then I had the Soya Chicken ($12 for 4 pieces), wings coated with Korean soy sauce, and I am confident enough to declare this the champion. If you are vengeful towards chicken, a fried chicken BUFFET is available for dinner at $25+.

Chicken Up
48 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088469 Tel: +65 6327 1203 (Tanjong Pagar MRT)
Opening Hour: 5:30pm – 2:00am (Mon-Sun)

Read: 5 Best Korean Fried Chicken in Singapore – Crispy and Moist!

Kko Kko Nara’s Korean Fried Chicken

By , December 3, 2013

Unlike the previous 4 where the focus is fried chicken, Kko Kko Nara is a typical Korean restaurant with the usual Korean fare, which happens to be very known for their Korean Fried Chicken. For those who love variety, get the Combo Chicken Set ($20 during lunch, $25 during dinner) which has 9 pieces with 3 different favours – original, sweet and special garlic soy sauce chicken. (My order was lost in translation with their staff though, who looks keener to watch her Korean MTVs.) The original was good enough, sweet was sticky and like sweet and sour chicken with too much sauce, and the garlic chicken evenly marinated and tasty. Overall, the chicken meat was strangely colder than it should be. Maybe it’s the aircon.

Kko Kko Nara 꼬꼬나라
#01-0157 Tras Street Singapore 078996 Tel:+65 6224 8186
Opening Hours: 11am – 230pm, 5pm to 3am Daily

Read: 5 Best Korean Fried Chicken in Singapore – Crispy and Moist!

NeNe Chicken Singapore’s Korean Fried Chicken

By , December 2, 2013

NeNe Chicken used to be my favourite, until its quality took a dip. Sometimes I like it, sometimes it is so-so and cold. It is like taking a ne-ne gamble. My recommendation is the Swicy chicken, which comes in a set of 2 pieces ($8.90) or 9 piece whole chicken ($25.90). The chicken is surprisingly not oily, even though we are provided with plastic gloves. Just lick the sauce off your fingers if you are at home. Even though we left it the chicken out for some time, the batter remains crisp, and the meat succulent. (Read: NeNe Chicken (The Star Vista))

NeNe Chicken Singapore
1 Vista Green Exchange, Star Vista #01-24, Singapore 138617 (Buona Vista MRT), Tel: +65 6694 5489
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily

Read: 5 Best Korean Fried Chicken in Singapore – Crispy and Moist!

Bonchon Chicken 본촌치킨’s Korean Fried Chicken

By , November 29, 2013

Bonchon Chicken is deep fried twice – so the skin becomes crunchier and the meat less greasy when compared to the usual American fast food fried chicken. It feels kind of pricy though. A medium combo of 6 wings, 2 drumsticks with one side is $15.90, and I am only saying it because the pieces are quite small. The skin comes off in pieces, with the sauces nicely enveloping it. The meat not quite like the usual, is tasty and not too oily. Plus point, it doesn’t leave much of a stain on your fingers even if you use your hands. Despite its haphazard service, I am prepared to love this. (Read: Bonchon Chicken (Bugis+))

Bonchon Chicken 본촌치킨
201 Victoria Street, #01-11 Bugis+ (former Illuma, opposite Bugis MRT), Singapore 188067, Tel: +65 6884 4768
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 11:0pm

Read: 5 Best Korean Fried Chicken in Singapore – Crispy and Moist!

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