New Face of Korean Style Fried Chicken
Injecting new life into Singapore’s current craze for Korean Styled Fried Chicken, Choo Choo Chicken brings life, vibrancy and even prides itself of a certain secret recipe.
Many local top food-critiques and bloggers have already stamped their mark of approval on the brand, legitimizing Choo Choo Chicken as one of the most sought after Korean Styled Fried Chicken in Singapore. Various bloggers have given Choo Choo Chicken wonderful ratings and most have said that expectations were definitely exceeded.
Choo Choo Chicken never misses a beat. Following the success of its first outlet in Bali Lane, Bugis, a second outlet was established in Cineleisure Orchard garnering even more raves from the masses.
The rice is moist, well-flavoured with sesame oil and is mix in a generous portion of Korean Seaweed. Spam, which is very popular in Seoul, is also added to complete the final Korean touch. Love this unique dish of Choo Choo Chicken. [Read More}
Any suggestion of having fried chicken would definitely get an unfailing YES from me! Lol! Especially when the place which we planned to visit, Choo Choo Chicken 츄츄, call themselves the best Korean Fried Chicken in town. Are they serious? After making our way to Bali Lane (next to Haji Lane, Bugis area) to check out the casual eatery, I can now believe they are not being pompous in their unabashed self-appraisal. [Read More]
Another two Korean fried chicken (KFC) places opens in town area (Tanjong Pagar and Orchard). Out of which, TWINS is a new start-up whereas Choo Choo Chicken at Cineleisure 3F is the second outlet apart from the first outlet at 33 Bali Lane. Being a sucker for Korean cuisine (all thanks to Running Man and hours of K-drama), cravings for KFC kicks in and I find myself visiting these 2 places within a week. [Read More]
We are just happy that there is more Korean Fried Chicken at Orchard that could give the other more established brands a run for their money.
Exceeded all expectations! The chicken was so juicy and yummy! The soy set I would say had more flavour than the Garlic one that stooffi picked, but what's equally awesome was the mini bulgogi rice burger. I polished that off even before starting on my chicken because it was so good -- the seaweed taste is there, amidst the pearl rice. And inside there's a layer of thinly chopped kimchi (not too spicy or pungent at all) and a tiny bit of bulgogi minced meat with some mayonnaise. The combination when all taken together though, is just magical.