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
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
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
I’m a sucker for fried chicken, so when I went up to Genting Highlands recently, I couldn’t resist trying out the latest Korean fried chicken franchise in town. NeNe is very popular in its native South Korea, with over 1,200 outlets, as well as a presence in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. The one at Sky Avenue is their first in Malaysia, with more to … Continue reading Food Review: NeNe Chicken @ Sky Avenue, Genting Highlands – Largest Fried Chicken Franchise in Korea Now In Malaysia!
This blog is slowly but surely turning into a chicken wing review site… but anyway. Setiawalk in Puchong seems to have morphed into K-town – I think there must be six or more Korean restaurants on the ground floor alone ! S and I were there for dinner and decided to try one of the newly opened ones, called Wagle Wagle. The place attracts quite … Continue reading Review: Wagle Wagle Korean Food, Setiawalk Puchong – Great Chicken Wings!
I’ve reiterated my love for fried chicken wings (be it Korean or American-style) in numerous posts. So far the best (consistent) bet seems to be 4Fingers, but I recently found a serious contender in Bandar Puteri Puchong called Choo Choo Chicken. Quirky name aside, the outlet is spacious and comfy, with clean, minimalist lines, wooden tabletops paired with steel black chairs. Orders are written on chits … Continue reading Food Review: Crispy Korean Fried Chicken @ Choo Choo Chicken, Bandar Puteri Puchong
The name of the place may be 4Fingers, but I guarantee you’ll be licking all of yours after you’ve had a taste of their delicious, extra crispy Korean-style fried chicken! The popular franchise from Singapore, which made its way to Malaysian shores a couple of years back, has opened up a new outlet in Sunway Pyramid and its enjoying brisk business, judging from the long … Continue reading Extra Crispy Korean Fried Chicken! – 4Fingers, Sunway Pyramid