5 Best Korean Fried Chicken (KFC) in Singapore


Everyone love fried chicken, is like who doesn't love it. Korean fried chicken is one Singaporean top favourite fried chicken. Who so special about Korean fried chicken? 

Korean Fried Chicken cooking method, they remove the fat and frying twice to have a chicken piece with crispy and non-greasy outer layer, Korean fried chicken is made different from American-style fried chicken.

So now I'll be listing down my top 5 favourite Korean Fried Chicken in Singapore!!

1. Chicken Up.

ChickenUp is well known and best loved for serving Authentic Korean fried chicken. By adapting the Korean methods of removing the fat from the skin and double-frying, Chicken Up created its own distinct variation of fried chicken, featuring juicy, sumptuous and tender chicken meat under its thin and crunchy skin without being too greasy. Best known for its signature Spicy Up and YangNyum style fried chicken, Chicken Up also serves several variations of the dish with the accompaniment of different sauces such as soya and curry sauces. The menu also features other authentic Korean delicious classics. For those who love their fried chicken with beer or Korean soju, the variety of drinks offered at the restaurant will not be a disappointment.

Facebook: Chicken Up

They have a few outlets now in Singapore, click on their facebook page to find out more.

2. 4 Fingers.

4 FINGERS, they crazy about chicken. So when they discovered the best Asian crispy chicken in New York City’s grungy subway scene, they knew they had to share it. And so began the revolution of crispy chicken.

Spicy, crispy, unique and downright addictive – it’s chicken that’s so bad, it’s good. And there are thousands who would agree with them.

From a single store in ION Orchard in 2009, the rebellion spread across the nation like a fire as intense as hot and spicy sauce. In just two years, another six stores joined the movement. Since then, they've welcomed two strong allies – Malaysia and Indonesia. And there will be more.

Website: 4 Fingers

Click on the link to find out their outlets location.

3. Kko Kko Nara.

Specializing in KFC (Korean Fried Chicken, not the American fast food chain), unlike the usual fried chicken that you find in fast food chains, Kko Kko Nara’s KFC is crunchy, spicy and perfectly non-greasy. Owner Ms Eon Lee, is a self-taught Korean cook who spent 6 months perfecting her fried chicken recipe before opening the restaurant in 2008. Her tenacity was rewarded as Kkko Kko Nara quickly attracted a dedicated following with its tantalizing and different kind of fried chicken.

Offering 4 different flavors of KFC – original, soy garlic sauce, sweet & spicy, and hot & spicy, Kko Kko Nara aims to serve fried chicken with a twist of its own.

Website: Kko Kko Nara

4. Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory.
(Photo credited to ChirChir Facebook page)

Chir Chir 치르치르, the famous fried chicken restaurant in Korea.
Originating from Seoul, the Chir Chir (pronounced Chi-Re Chi-Re) chain is South Korea’s largest chain of restaurants, known for its signature freshly-cooked Korean chicken dishes. The chain’s focus on great taste, value and service has allowed it to grow into one of the largest "Chimaek" franchises in South Korea with over 100 stores and new store openings in China and Taiwan.
Chir Chir’s success in Korea is largely attributed to its unique menu. It constantly strives to bring something new to the table, especially for customers who have grown accustomed to the taste of typical Korean chicken and is now ready for a great-tasting twist to the chicken craze.
Somerset 313,
Bedok Mall.

5. Over and Fried Chicken.
(Photo Credit: Over and Fried Chicken Facebook Page)

Oven & Fried Chicken (OFC), are created from the unity of OKKUDAK and SSALDAK, two of the most popular chicken restaurants in Korea.

Since opening in Singapore in October 2014, they have been loved by locals, expatriates, tourists and as well as Koreans. They look forward to serving only the highest quality, healthy and tasty chicken in Southeast Asia and all over the world.

OKKUDAK’s speciality is in the preparation of its chicken through baking and without oil while SSALDAK’s unique chicken coat of rice flour, instead of wheat flour is another highlight to look forward to.

Oven and Fried Chicken
182 Telok Ayer Street, S(068630)

Are you already drooling? Let's plan your next trip with your friends or family this coming weekend to enjoy the Korean Fried Chicken that i recommended.

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