19 Best Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore [2023]

Best Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Best Korean Fried Chicken Singapore

Korean Fried Chicken Singapore

Korean fried chicken has been the craze in Singapore over the past few years, and it’s easy to see why. The crispy coating on top of juicy meat is a match made in heaven. The sauces used to coat the chicken also add another dimension of flavor that is difficult to resist.

Soy Garlic  & Honey: A classic combination that has been perfected with a dash of sesame seeds, and is probably the most popular sauce in Singapore for Korean fried chicken. The soy garlic sauce offers a richer taste than what you would get in Korea, but it’s still a good choice if you’re looking for something familiar.

Spicy: Perfect for those who prefer their food to be on the spicier side of things! It has a very generous amount of spicy chilli sauce that goes well with your chicken and rice. Most Korean fried chickens can handle a generous dousing of some spicy sauce.

Yogurt: Perhaps the most surprising flavor on this list, but a pleasant one at that! It has a slightly tangy taste with hints of garlic and pepper mixed in for good measure, making it an interesting alternative to those who are sick of soy or chilli sauces. This is also a good choice if you want something lighter to go with your chicken.

Curry: If you love Indian curries, Korean fried chickens are probably for you! The curry sauce is rich and fragrant, making it a wonderful accompaniment to the crispy coating on top of some juicy meat. This flavor has been growing in popularity over recent years; perhaps it’s time for you to try it out and see what the fuss is about!

Kimchi: Perhaps the most polarising flavor of all, kimchi has become increasingly popular among Singaporeans as a way to add some spice to their lives. As with any spicy dish, be sure not to overindulge or your stomach might pay the price! This flavor is probably best saved for the winter, but it’s still a pleasant way to spend summer.

Spicy Pork Ribs: If you’re looking for some meat on your bones, Korean fried chicken Singapore has got you covered with this dish. The ribs are marinated in a spicy and fragrant sauce which goes well with rice and is a good choice for anyone who’s feeling peckish.

Salt & Pepper: A classic combination that never fails to disappoint, this flavor ensures that every bite of chicken has the perfect balance between saltiness and pepperiness – which can be hard to achieve with Korean fried chickens! This is also a great option if you’re looking for something light to go with your fried chicken.

Spicy Cheese: Perfect for those who love a little bit of everything in their lives, this flavor is bound to give you the best of all worlds! It has the perfect combination between salty cheese and spicy chilli sauce that can be difficult to resist if you’re having some Korean fried chickens for dinner.

Kimchee Wild Rice: If you’re looking for something different to go with your chicken, look no further than this. The savory flavour of the wild rice goes well with any spicy sauce that you choose and is a good choice if you want to mix it up now and then.

No matter your flavor preference, Korean fried chicken is a great choice for you! But which Korean fried chicken restaurant should you go to? That’s where we come in! We’ve scoured all of Singapore and compiled a list of the best Korean fried chicken restaurants that will satisfy your cravings.

1. Jinjja Chicken @ Burgis

 Jinjja Chicken @ Burgis - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Jinjja Chicken @ Burgis – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Jinjja Chicken @ Burgis)
Key ServicesSignature Korean Fried Chicken, Halal Certified
Websitehttps://www.jinjjachicken.com/
Address249 Victoria St, Singapore 188034
Phone6837 0937
Emailhello@jinjachicken.com
Operating HoursSunday – Thursday: 11 am – 9.30 pm, Friday – Saturday: 11 am – 10 pm

Jinjja Chicken is a halal-certified Korean fast-casual restaurant that specializes in Korean fried chicken prepared with 100 percent fresh chicken.

The Jinjja Wings or Jinjja Drums are available in three distinct sauces: Soy Garlic, Yangnyeom, and Monster. The spicy hot Monster sauce is made with mouth-numbing chili, spices and peppers, which will make you want more.

A regular fried chicken order consists of a minimum of six wings, although the most budget-friendly cost is $99. If you’re planning a big fried chicken party or simply want to eat a lot of chicken, this is a wonderful option.

Client Testimonial

Ooops! I did it again! I craved for Korean food last week so I decided to return to Jinjja Chicken at Victoria…near Bugis Street Singapore. Last time I ordered a different set but I forgot the name…and now I tried Rabokki Set and it’s soooo creamylicious! I love the taste. A must try!

Michelita Sorvida

2. Hoho Chimek

Hoho Chimek  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Hoho Chimek – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Hoho Chimek)
Key ServicesWide variety of Korean food available
Websitehttps://www.hohochimek.com/
Address430 Upper Changi Rd, #01-45, Singapore 487048
Phone6733 2828
Emailhohochimek@gmail.com
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 12 pm-10 pm (Last Order at 9.15 pm), Closed on Tuesdays

HoHo Chimek is a reliable yet laid-back Korean eatery that serves delicious 1-for-1 soy garlic Korean-style fried chicken wings.

You may definitely taste the goodness of HoHo Chimek’s Korean fried chicken, which is topped with delicious in-house specialty sauces, thanks to its motto, which promises to serve “tasty, addictive, and healthy cuisine for the win!”

Client Testimonial

Found this little Korean dining place at East Village! Food was pretty decent and place was cozy! What was surprising was that they gave 4 pieces of wings FOC! Service was great as well!

Wilson Ang

3. Kko Kko Na Ra

Kko Kko Na Ra -Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Kko Kko Na Ra -Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Kko Kko Na Ra)
Key ServicesAuthentic Home-made Korean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.kkokkonara.com/
Address68 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088489
Phone6224 8186
Emailkkokko.sg@gmail.com
Operating HoursMonday – Thursday: 12 pm – 12am, Friday – Sunday: 12 pm – 3pm, 6 pm – 12 am, (Last order at 10.30 pm)

Kko Kko Na Ra is Singapore’s first fried chicken restaurant to embrace Chimaek and the supper culture, offering only 100% authentic and homemade Korean recipes that are mostly handed down from Madam Lee’s (the owner) mother who lived in Jeon La Do, one of Korea’s famous cuisine-producing areas.

Kko Kko Na Ra is also the first to introduce “Ma Neul Gan Jang” or Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken in Singapore, which it does with its various flavors of Korean Fried Chicken – original, soy garlic sauce, sweet & spicy, honey shiok, cheese sprinkle, spicy garlic.

Client Testimonial

Traditional Korean cuisine together with more contemporary options like fried chicken. Ginseng chicken soup is nice. Free ice cream !

Eric Quah

4. Oven & Fried Chicken

Oven & Fried Chicken  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Oven & Fried Chicken – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Oven & Fried Chicken)
Key ServicesOkkudak and Ssaldak Korean Fried Chicken
Websitehttp://ofcsingapore.com/
Address182 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068630
Phone6222 5959
Emailchicken@ofcsingapore.com
Operating HoursMonday – Friday: 11.30 am – 2.30 pm (Lunch), 5.30 pm – 12 am (Dinner), Saturday, Sunday & PH: 4 pm – 12 am

OFC is the lovely offspring of Okkudak and Ssaldak, two of Korea’s most renowned chicken establishments. The establishment pays homage to her parents’ varied preparation and cooking methods. The Okkudak method of cooking chicken without oil is one of Oflend’s specialties, while Ssaldak uses rice flour instead of wheat flour to bread its chicken. OFC combines the best aspects of both styles and crafts its own distinct style.

OFC has everything you need to feed a crowd. Whether you’re hungry for roast chicken or Korean fried chicken, OFC has you covered. The Roasted Mixture ($32 per entire, $17 per half) is a healthy grill-roasted chicken prepared with the restaurant’s signature marinade.

Client Testimonial

Had Team lunch this afternoon, staff Thaw is very friendly and serve us with a smile. Great place and tasty chicken! Will visit soon!

Holly Ela

5. Bonchon @ Northpoint City

Bonchon @ Northpoint City  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Bonchon @ Northpoint City – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Bonchon)
Websitehttps://bonchon.sg/
Address1 North Point Drive, #B1-180, Northpoint City South Wing, Singapore 768019
Phone6565 7990
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11 am – 9:30 pm

Bonchon Chicken is a well-known brand all over the world. To guarantee that each piece of chicken has the trademark shattering-crisp skin, Bonchon Chicken founder Jinduk Seo developed a unique double frying process that he perfected.

The fried chicken is available in two sizes, small ($16.90) and large ($32.90). Customers can choose between ordering pieces of the whole chicken, wings, or boneless meat. Soy Garlic and Spicy Sauce are the only two sauce options, and it’s good to know why. The sauces are all produced in Busan, South Korea, before being sent out to their branches across the world. Customers may expect the same authentic taste whenever and wherever because to our proprietary process. If you want, you may order a Half & Half to get the best of both worlds.

Client Testimonial

The fried chicken is delicious and crispy. Would recommend to try the spicy sauce if you are up for the challenge. For those who are unable to take too spicy, you can try the soy garlic or mix flavours

Wei Xiang

6. Chir Chir

Chir Chir  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Chir Chir – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Chir Chir)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://kfoodgroup.oddle.me/en_SG/
Address313 Orchard Rd, #B3 – 04 / 05 / 06, Singapore 238895
Phone+65 6509 8364
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11 am – 10 pm

If you need your Korean fried chicken fix pronto, you can probably satiate it at one of the many Chir Chir outlets all across the island.

Chir Chir’s extensive menu not only offers different flavours such as Spicy, Garlicky, Crispy fried, or Cajun, diners can also choose whether they prefer their chicken with the bones in or as tenders, for easier eating.

The KkhanPung King ($28.90) looks like a volcano ready to explode. Chicken pieces are coated in a sweet and spicy sauce with an accompanying dipping cream. Yummy!

Dining out with your friends and they’re not too keen on indulging in that calorie bomb? Not to worry, for Chir Chir offers roasted chicken coated with garlic, spicy BBQ or rosemary, for those who may be slightly more health-conscious.

Client Testimonial

My husband wanted to try Korean chicken and we were keen to have some beers on our last night in Seoul but I am a pescatarian so needed to find somewhere that could cater to this.
It was very quiet when we went but this was nice and the staff were friendly when asked about veggie options.
When ordering the fried prawns/squid the staff checked I was ok with eating the meat of this which I thought was lovely.
The food itself was delicious and the pitcher of beer went down very well!

Clare M

7. NeNe Chicken

NeNe Chicken  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
NeNe Chicken – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: NeNe Chicken)
Key ServicesHalal-certified Korean Fried Chicken
Websitehttp://www.nenechicken.com.sg/
Address1 Jelebu Rd, #02-10, S677743
Phone6769 5883
Operating HoursSunday – Thursday & PH: 11 am – 9:15 pm, Friday, Saturday & PH Eve: 11 am – 10:15 pm

Another halal-certified Korean fried chicken chain is NeNe Chicken, which has restaurants in Singapore and Indonesia. It sells a complete meal such as the NeNe Signature Pasta ($11.50). This chef’s favorite dish is made with whatever type of pasta you enjoy, plus curly fries, a salad, and a drink.

Why not try the NeNe 50cm Hotplate Chicken with a group of pals? The huge 50cm hotplate side dish is likely to consume the majority of your table, and it’s brimming with goodies. You’d get to enjoy a half chicken, Korean Stewed Chicken, Tasty Curly Fries, and a cheese dip — all of which are ideal for getting that swirly cheese pull.

The restaurant specializes in Louisiana cuisine, including Cajun dishes. Dips from the menu include Swicy, Freaking Hot, and Honey Mustard. It’s a pretty cheap option at $35.40 for ala carte food or $39.90 for a combo meal with three drinks.

Client Testimonial

One of the best Korean Chicken in Town!!!
@nenechickenaus have a lot of selection in their menu but my ALL TIME FAVORITE is this Snowy Vegetables Chicken Wings!!! The juiciness of the chicken wings is just tempting
Who is with me?? ‍♀️
In this circumstance, delivery is the best choice. Just sit down and the food is coming right to your place.

Journeels

8. Waker Chicken

Waker Chicken  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Waker Chicken – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Waker Chicken’s Facebook)
Key ServicesAuthentic Korean Fried Chicken
Address125 Lor 1 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310125
Phone9777 4879
Operating HoursMonday, Wednesday & Thursday: 12 pm – 3 pm, 4.30 pm – 9 pm, Friday: 12 pm – 3 pm, 4.30 pm – 8 pm, Saturday: 4.30 pm – 8 pm, Sunday: 4.30 pm – 8.30 pm, Tuesday: Closed

Waker Chicken, a Korean restaurant that is constantly popular, is highly recommended and appreciated by its consumers for its high quality and real Korean fried chicken.

Waker Chicken is a wonderful secret in a cafe in Toa Payoh, and it’s a must-have for all Korean food enthusiasts. Make sure you try it before it sells out!

Client Testimonial

A simple stall in a coffee shop but I was surprised. Korean chef greeted me. I ordered 3 kind of chicken favour. Soya, honey butter & spicy. Very very yummy.
A dekbokki was a big serving for 2. Price is very reasonable. Must must go back to try the other dishes..

Gerald Tham

9. Twins Korean Restaurant

Twins Korean Restaurant  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Twins Korean Restaurant – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Twins Korean Restaurant’s Facebook)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/Twins.Korean.Restaurant/
Address7 Craig Road, Singapore 089667
Phone62215205
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11 am – 11 pm

This restaurant, which is located in Tanjong Pagar, was established by a pair of Korean twins after whom it is named. Their specialty is Korean fried chicken, and this exemplifies their dedication to only using fresh chicken and homemade sauces for the most authentic-tasting fried chicken.

There are three flavors to pick from: Original (crunchy batter), Yangnyeom (sweet and spicy), Soy & Garlic (savory) and Cheese, which is flavored with garlic powder. Order their Classic flavor (half $18, whole $36) if you want to enjoy freshly-fried chicken with crispy skin and soft meat. Do you have space for more? The restaurant also serves noodles, rice, street food, and stew dishes, among other things.

Client Testimonial

Nice wings, army stew, pancake and I love the salad. Service was good and it wasn’t too crowded on a Saturday night.

Joe C.H. Ng

10. Hongdae Oppa

Hongdae Oppa  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Hongdae Oppa – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Hongdae Oppa)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.hongdaeoppa.com/
Address68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, #B2-47, Singapore 238839
Phone91813038
EmailHongdaeOppaSG@gmail.com
Operating HoursMonday-Thursday: 11 am – 9:30 pm, Friday-Sunday: 11 am – 10 pm

Do you miss seeing the trendy and energetic neighborhood of Hongdae in Seoul? The cuisine at this restaurant was inspired by street food sold on the busy Hongdae Food Street and Night Market. There’s a mouth-watering selection of sizzling hot plate sets, hearty Korean stews, and delectable side dishes like Crispy Pork Belly and Fried Mandu.

Save room on your menu for their delectable fried chicken, no matter what you eat. They marinate fresh chicken for 12 hours and offer it in four delicious tastes: Gochujang, Original, Spicy Soy Garlic, and the house original Gochujang. Chicken comes in three flavors: black pepper, salt and pepper, but we only ate the salt and pepper variety. The chicken is available in three sizes: Whole (10 pieces for $29.90), Half (6 pieces for $18.90), and 3 Pieces ($10.90). There’s also a Chimaek combination that includes four pieces of chicken and two bottles of Hite beer for $25.90.

Client Testimonial

Decent Korean food. We were given a plate of radish for starters. Ordered a ramyeon which was tasty enough. The Kimari (seaweed roll) was interesting as well. Decent value when used together with the eatigo app.

Justin Soon

11. Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant

Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant’s Facebook)
Key ServicesKorean Family Restaurant
Address170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #B2-14, Singapore 588179
Phone64638011
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11:30am–3pm, 5:30–10pm

There’s something special about family-owned restaurants that creates a warm and friendly dining environment. With Korean dramas, Running Man clips, and K-pop music videos playing in the background, Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant provides inexpensive and homely Korean cuisine and service to patrons.

The no-frills restaurant in the basement of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre serves up delicious Korean fried chicken. The Fried Flavoured Chicken ($42 for a large) has crispy fried chicken drenched in three distinct flavors: the restaurant’s Original flavor, two flavors of your choosing, and Sweet, Spicy, Soy, or Spicy Soy.

Client Testimonial

Hidden gem tucked away in a quiet mall. Food that warms your heart and had an authentic home cooked taste. Would highly recommend the stew, its spicy and hits the right notes. Side dishes was amazing too.

Charlotte Lim

12. Chicken Up

Chicken Up  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Chicken Up – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Chicken Up’ – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore’s Facebook)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/Chickenup/
Address48 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088469
Phone6327 1203
Operating HoursMonday-Thursday & Sunday : 17:30- 02:00, Friday-Saturday: 17:30-03:00

Chicken Up is a well-known fried chicken brand in Korea, and its Korean fried chicken is also getting a lot of attention.

Here is their Spicy Up ($34) signature dish, which is ordered by almost everyone who sits down. One bite of this melts in your mouth with the crispy skin above the meat and that layer of oil between them, creating perfection. Even for breast meat, the chicken is extremely soft since it’s only cooked when ordered. It takes a while to arrive at your table, but it’s definitely worth the wait.

Client Testimonial

This is a neighborhood restaurant. I like it for not being too crowded or too quiet. Service is good. Food is great. Soy flavor chicken wings are the best!

Passenger179233

13. 4 Fingers

4 Fingers  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
4 Fingers – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: 4 Fingers)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.4fingers.com.sg/corp/home
Address68 Orchard Rd, #B1-07, Singapore 238839 (Check their website for other locations)
Phone6338 0631
Emailfeedback@4fingers.com
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11 am – 9 pm

If you’re keen on supporting local, 4Fingers is the place to visit. This Singaporean company was founded in 2009, and its massive success can be seen from the 28 stores worldwide.

The signature 4Fingers Korean fried chicken is famous for its crackly, flavor-packed skin that envelops juicy and tasty meat. The Soy Garlic and Hot & Spicy sauces are made only with natural herbs and spices without the use of artificial tastes or MSG.

Client Testimonial

The 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is delicious. The price is quite affordable and the box is beautifully presented. The crispiness of the chicken and the flavour is gorgeous.


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14. Mom’s Touch

Mom's Touch  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Mom’s Touch – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Mom’s Touch)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.nosignboardholdings.com/moms-touch.html
Address10 Paya Lebar Quarter #01-37 Paya Lebar Quarter, Singapore 409057
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 10 am – 11 pm

Mom’s Touch, a well-known Korean fast food restaurant, made a name for itself by serving spicy fried chicken. For maximum fried chicken indulgence, try their 9pcs Mom’s Fried Chicken ($29) or 12pcs Mom’s Fried Chicken ($37.80). Also available are the $29.90/ $39 Spicy Chicken Breast, which comes plain or smothered in Mom’s Spicy Sauce, as well as the $6.30/$7.90 Thigh Burger, which combines boneless chicken thigh with ham and fried egg.

The popular restaurant group has introduced a collection of new items to its menu for this year, including chicken dishes such as Chicken Satay (left) and Rendang Chicken Set (right), which are only available till May 31. Another locally inspired dish is Ondeh Ondeh Churros ($6), which can only be found at certain locations.

Client Testimonial

Nice place friendly staff at The Centrepoint. Always love the Chicken Tenderloin as combined with Cheese Fries Nice Flavour.

Shinemon Koh 

15. Woorinara Korean Restaurant

Woorinara Korean Restaurant  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Woorinara Korean Restaurant – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Woorinara Korean Restaurant)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://woorinara.sg/?variant=33853535387692
Address19 Lorong Kilat #01-02 Singapore 598120
Phone+65 6464 9282
Emailwoorinaraco19@gmail.com
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11am – 3pm, 5pm – 11pm

The one that has long been the talk of the town, located on Lorong Kilat (near Bukit Timah). The chicken is twice-fried to give it that extra crunchy skin, then dressed in a sauce of your choice.

There are three different types of fried chicken: $16 Original Korean Fried Chicken, Cheese Fried Chicken, and Soy Garlic Chicken (priced $16 and beyond).

Client Testimonial

Really good food, authentic Korean. Good service by a Singaporean table server. Actually no complaints. Flawless actually.

Tom Farmer

16. O Chicken & Beer

O Chicken & Beer  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
O Chicken & Beer – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: O Chicken & Beer’s Facebook)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://m.facebook.com/O-Chicken-Beer-474910166185630/
Address56 Boat Quay, Singapore 049845
Operating HoursMonday – Friday: 11 am -11 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 5pm – 11pm

O Chicken & Beer, a Korean-owned and -operated restaurant, is the ideal chill-out spot for a delicious Chimaek experience with your family and friends.

O Chicken & Beer is a restaurant that everyone must visit if they’re looking for good quality and value-for-money Korean fried chicken.

Client Testimonial

Extremely amazing chicken and very friendly store owners and staffs! Came here a couple of times and was never once disappointed. Thank you for the hospitality!

Just look at that huge portion size, photo shows just half a serving of chicken!

Annette

17. Chiksoo Korean Restaurant

Chiksoo Korean Restaurant  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Chiksoo Korean Restaurant – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Chiksoo Korean Restaurant)
Key ServicesHot & Spicy Korean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://chiksoo.myshopify.com/collections/korean-kitchen
Address681 Punggol Dr., #01-07 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681
Phone9329 2195
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11 am – 10 pm

ChikSoo Korean Kitchen serves hot & spicy Yangnyum sauce, special homemade soya sauce, and sweet chilli sauce on its chicken wings in Punggol’s vibrant young area.

ChikSoo Korean Kitchen is a fantastic restaurant for Korean fried chicken that you will enjoy. ChikSoo offers huge portions at reasonable and affordable prices, making it an excellent spot for Korean fried chicken.

Client Testimonial

Not my first time here….good foodies, simple ambience and excellent services. Worth and should come support support !

Patoric Patoric Lim 

18. Basasak Chicken

Basasak Chicken  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Basasak Chicken – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Basasak Chicken)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://www.basasak.com/
AddressBasasak Chicken, 973 Upper Serangoon Rd. Same Coffeeshop with Punggol Nasi Lemak.
Phone8575 2695
Operating HoursMonday to Thursday: 5:30 pm – 1:00 am, Friday to Saturday: 5:30 pm – 1:00 am, Sunday 3:30 pm – 1:00 am

Basasak Chicken is the place to go if you’re looking for Seoul’s best fried chicken, with their hours of operation extending throughout the night every week. There are only two options: Tenders 4pc ($6.30) or Tenders 8pc ($11.30). You’ll only get to choose two flavours if you purchase the eight-piece set, and what they lack for in chicken part options, they make up for in flavours.

Choose from 11 different options for your chicken tenders, including Original Crispy with Spicy Chilli, Honey Mustard, Soy Garlic, Sweet-Spicy , or Wasabi Mayo Dips.

Client Testimonial

Tried this Korean fried chicken stall while exploring Kovan. It offers a variety of different flavours for the chicken and my personal favourite is the yang neom and soy garlic ones. The yang neom (aka sweet spicy) has a great balance of sweetness and spice – from the gochujang while the soy garlic had the right dash of garlic taste in it.

I must say the flavours are super strong and best eaten at the coffee shop. The smell was so fragrant all the way when I was bringing it home to share with my family. Prices are reasonable too so it’s great to have this for a party or gathering!

Leon T

19. Huluruk Myeon House

Huluruk Myeon House  - Korean Fried Chicken Singapore
Huluruk Myeon House – Korean Fried Chicken Singapore (Credit: Huluruk Myeon House)
Key ServicesKorean Fried Chicken
Websitehttps://hulurukmyeonhouse.oddle.me/en_SG/
Address238 Thomson Road, #01-84/85, Singapore, 307683
Phone+65 8319 6590
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11:45 AM – 09:15 PM

Huluruk Myeon House’s bakery arm, Korfe Bakery, has gained attention for its injeolmi azuki mochi buns, but the main restaurant does a fantastic Korean fried chicken. Theirs range from $8.80 to $9.80 per serving, with Original, Spicy, and Soy Garlic options. The foods with sauce are a dollar more expensive at $9.80, for example. Huluruk Myeon House’s famous noodles, prepared using Halmuni Song’s proprietary method, are worth trying.

Client Testimonial

Decent Korean food at affordable prices, right in the heart of Bishan.

Ordered 2 main dishes and 1 side, amounting to $38. We got the Flower Clam noodles, which has a savoury soup and handmade noodles, similar to a Korean version of Banmian. The Beef Japchae was great, very tasty and has generous portions. Got a pork jowl on the side, while it was cooked well, the sauce was a little cold, might be because it was added after grilling.

Overall, a great find! Would return. Great for family and friends gathering.

Deon Lim

Korean Fried Chicken Singapore

Korean fried chicken is ideal for everybody, regardless of their flavour preference. What are some of the best flavours that you’ve tried? Drop us a comment below to let us know what you think. And if there’s any other dish on our list of 20 Best Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore 2021 that looks good to you, be sure to let us know!

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