Been wanting to try this Korean Fried Chicken place. It is always packed with people. We ordered the soy fried chicken wings, half chicken of the yangmyum (spicy sweet) chicken and cheese corn.
Overall, I really like the soy fried chicken wings. It was marinated very well. The meat was juicy and nice. I did not like the yangmyun fried chicken - the flavouring was too peppery in my option. The gochujang taste was too strong. The cheese corn was a good side. It was not too cheesy and was well cooked.
Bought the 4 piece fried chicken wing at 12 bucks which tastes like typical chicken wing that is similar to hwaker stalls standard. I must say that ikea fried chicken wing taste much better compared to this and it is also cheaper. Bought another spicy chicken set which cost 18 bucks for just 4
I seriously do not understand why people are willing to queue more than 1 hour for the average food here. Personally, I feel the chickens are over fried and the taste is average. The 'popular' watermelon sochu is also tasteless. It is really not worth to queue 1 hour for this restaurant.
Tonight we decided to have fried chicken.... actually we wanted the fruit Soju more... hence The Four Friends met up at Chicken Up, a Korean fried chicken restaurant amongst a row of shophouses along Tanjong Pagar area.
The interesting thing about Chicken Up is that they remove the layer of fat