We wanted to love this one – tucked away in basement 2 of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, among dance schools for children and interior design companies, it has the best service we encountered – the owners are personable and accomodating. The long, brightly-lit restaurant space is a KFC hideaway in a world of its own: K-Pop dramas, running man and music videos are projected on the main wall. But the fried chicken was too floury. We tried the original – we tasted only the thick crust of flour in our mouth; the thick spicy sauce left flour in our mouth; the non-spicy spicy sauce (chilli bits were just for show) – had flour in our... you get it. This is a case of too much flour, too little dry-ish meat. We felt bad they had to go through the trouble of plating all five types of KFC on one ($40.70). Better to order the HGW community recommended ginseng chicken soup (half chicken with rice, $14; full chicken $19).