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Koryo Korean Baked Chicken

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Koryo Korean Baked Chicken serves a box of full Korean meal. You can make your own set boxes at your choice and prefer taste.

Daily: 16:30 - 00:00

+65 62234545
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I've only had lunch here twice but come here for dinner with friends often.  The baked chicken is MUCH MUCH better during dinner. I recommend the wraps for lunch. They are all really good and a reasonable value for $8.   The food during dinner is always served hot and everything that we have had so far has been incredible!   I know that the lunch menu and dinner menu are different and  the dining room is not open during lunch and only outside seating available at that time.  Sad to see the poor lunch reviews....Me and my colleagues love this place, but then again we usually come here for the dinner menu. 

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• 25 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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This would be a good place to go after a night out of drinking because you'll be too drunk to realize how expensive it is and how S***** it taste. $14 for a lunch set that consist of 2 pieces of chicken, small salad, small rice and small potato salad. $5 for a single piece of chicken thigh, $2.50 for a small can of generic OJ and $2.50 for bottled water. Definitely not worth the money
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• 14 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Dinner and lunch different???

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I've only had lunch here twice but come here for dinner with friends often.  The baked chicken is MUCH MUCH better during dinner. I recommend the wraps for lunch. They are all really good and a reasonable value for $8.   The food during dinner is always served hot and everything that we have had so far has been incredible!   I know that the lunch menu and dinner menu are different and  the dining room is not open during lunch and only outside seating available at that time.  Sad to see the poor lunch reviews....Me and my colleagues love this place, but then again we usually come here for the dinner menu. 
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• 09 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst chicken ever

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Over priced, bad counter service and food was cold and not fantastic. The chicken was tastless and cold, rice was overpriced at $3 per tub. Everything was cold on the plate including the counter service staff. Though 1 male server who was kind to help us reserved a table while we Q for food and took the trouble to explain to us the menu. He was the only warm in this cold tasteless chicken joint. The counter staff was non-friendly. When I asked why was the rice so over priced, she replied that it was korean rice & gave me a disapproving look. Boy, I know my rice well, whether Japanese or Korean rice, it still over priced at $3 for one small tub and it's not even warm. it's rubbish food serve cold. Will never patronised anymore. 
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