As a self-professed fried chicken connoisseur, I’m always on the lookout for the ultimate golden bird – whether it’s tangy and slathered in buffalo sauce, hand breaded with 11 herbs and spices, brined in buttermilk for maximum flavour… the possibilities are endless. I do, however, have a soft spot for Korean fried chicken. Maybe it’s the double-frying that makes it ultra crispy. Maybe it’s the … Continue reading Korean Soy Garlic Chicken Wings @ K-Fry, 1 Utama
Can’t decide between barbecue or hotpot? You can have both at Seoul Garden, a Korean-inspired buffet chain from Singapore which offers a plentiful array of vegetable, meat and seafood dishes for the pot as well as the grill. Their outlet in 1 Utama has been around for years and is still going strong, judging from the lunch crowd. It’s also Halal-certified, so the colleagues and … Continue reading Halal BBQ & Hotpot – Seoul Garden 1 Utama
Hey guys! Just wanted to wish all Malaysian Muslims Selamat Hari Raya, and to everyone else celebrating around the world, Happy Eid! This year, there is no balik kampung exodus (people tried, though) as interstate travel is banned to prevent the spread of coronavirus – but visiting relatives and friends within the state is still allowed (provided they follow guidelines such as no more than … Continue reading Review: KFC Malaysia’s Soy Garlic Glazed Drummets – Inspired by Korean Fried Chicken
There’s a new Korean fried chicken joint in town – and it’s now my new favourite place for fried chicken! Hailing from the UK, Wing Wing enters the arena with an outlet in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, dishing out fresh, juicy fried chicken with some pretty interesting flavours. Already a cult favourite in its homeland, Wing Wing is a fusion of edgy London street culture, the … Continue reading Review: Wing Wing @ Pavilion KL – Korean Fried Chicken From The UK !
Those who know me know that I’m absolutely. obsessed. with fried chicken. And whether it’s Korean or American-style, I’m always on the lookout for good places! My three-point system for determining good fried chicken: a) Is it crispy (even after it’s been sitting for a bit)? b) Does it have tender, juicy meat? c) Is it flavourful? Dokebi Chicken at Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya ticks all … Continue reading Juicy Korean-Style Fried Chicken @ Dokebi Chicken, Tamarind Square Cyberjaya
Home to over 1.6 billion people, East Asia is a vast region with a very long history and rich culture. One of the most region’s most distinctive features is its cuisine – with recipes that date back centuries, made from a treasure trove of ingredients. Resorts World Genting pays tribute to this grand culinary history by featuring highlights of the region through three unique restaurants. Representing … Continue reading Taste Your Way Through Asia @ Resorts World Genting
It was a scorching hot day but that didn’t stop C and I from having hotpot for lunch at Two Pesos, a hotpot specialist restaurant in Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong. While the brand was founded by a Taiwanese couple, the story goes that they met and got married in Boracay, hence the resto’s Filipino-sounding name. The resto’s interior is cheerful and decked out in bright … Continue reading Review: Two Pesos Hotpot @ Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong
While I’ve never quite developed a taste for K-dramas or K-pop, KFC – Korean Fried Chicken – is something I can get behind. Maybe it’s the twice-fry technique that ensures a crispy exterior and juicy insides; or maybe it’s the garlicky goodness or spicy kick from its sauces. Chief among the franchises peddling Korean fried chicken is Kyochon – and they’re pretty popular in Malaysia (their largest … Continue reading Review: Korean Fried Chicken @ Kyochon 1 Utama Shopping Center