We've moved to 97 Frankel Avenue and have a whole new menu. Expect wholesome lunch specials, kickass fried chicken & cornbread waffles and awesome soft serves.

97 Frankel Avenue
Singapore 458222

11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm



11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm



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cheese ×3

The cheese lover in me succumbed to the 3-Cheese mac & cheese ($10), topped with garlic crumbs and sage!!! While I'm someone who prefers a thicker sauce (this has more of a thinner consistency), the richness and creaminess was in no way compromised, and yet it wasn't overbearing or too jelat. Every mouthful was a cheese fanatic's dream, and my comfort food dreams came true when this was paired with the fried chicken (I may or may not have added mashed potato to this already sinful enough combi - let me live)......

finger lickin' good

If you could only order one dish from the menu, it has to be the Lebanese Fried Chicken ($25 for half, $49 for whole) with za'atar and honey lemon!!! The sweetness of the honey along with the slight hint of lemon, further accentuated by the za'atar (spice blend of oregano, thyme and/or marjoram, sesame seeds and sumac) was such a unique yet somehow familiar synthesis of flavours. The toum garlic whip, which tasted like a zippy version of garlic aioli, also paired fabulously with the chicken. Notable mention goes out to the wickedly crispy chicken skin (with the most flavour as well) that left me in such a state of sweet, blissful contentment. 😌

Berry Pockie ($5.50)

Out of the three Ugnuts we tried, I liked Berry Pockie the most. The girly donut is filled with strawberry pastry cream, then coated with raspberry white chocolate glaze, and adorned with dried rose petals, white chocolate pearls and crushed pistachio. The fruitiness is a welcome contrast to the other donuts that can get overwhelmingly heavy.

You cannot leave this place without having at least one of their heart-stopping softie pies.

I had the Durian Softee Pie ($16++) during Savour, and it is still my favourite among the three we had. Toasted milk softee that is slightly reminiscent of malt candy, decked up with durian pudding (almost like purée), crumbly almond crust, white chocolate, and finished with swirls of gula melaka caramel all over.

One of the things to look forward to in adult-working-full-time-hood is LONG WEEKENDS WEEEEE.

What better way to indulge than downing a plate of delicious fried chicken... Not KFC - don’t spoil your weekend like that. Gather your friends and take a trip down to the laid-back Frankel Ave neighbourhood where Bird Bird resides - trust me, you'll need more than one stomach.
You might have eaten their Southern Fried Chicken with truffle mash and gravy at Savour last year, almost the same is offered at the diner (without the truffle though), along with two other flavours - Bangkok style and Lebanese style. The Bangkok Fried Chicken is fragrant with the Thai aromatic spices added to the batter, though the experience is not complete without dipping the meat into the green chilli nam jim, a spicy blend of fish sauce and lime juice with green chilli, coriander and onions.

Fresh Fruit Parfait ($11++)

If the Durian Softie Pie sounds too sinful for you, the Fresh Fruit Parfait might be more to your liking - cool palate cleanser with refreshing rose-macerated watermelon cubes, raspberries, tart lime curd and honeycomb surrounding the strawberry beetroot softee.

Sticky Curly Fries ($11)

Another dish that I could not stop eating was the Sticky Curly Fries, house-made Idaho potato strips drenched in maple soy syrup, sriracha and kewpie mayo. The thin coils were so crispy and easy to gobble, and I just kept wanting to scoop up more of that sweet maple soy left at the bottom of the bowl.

The Lebanese was #Burpproved by everyone at the tasting, after all it draws influence from its sister restaurant Artichoke, famed for its avant-garde Middle Eastern food.

The portions are generously covered in Za’atar spices that are usually made with thyme, oregano, marjoram, and sumac - you can imagine how flavourful it was! My favourite part was dipping into the addictive garlic toum, so wonderfully pungent and prickly. If you need more heat to all these, the restaurant has a special shelf storing several types of hot sauce that could potentially burn your tongue, but hey YOLO 😜 All the fried chicken are served in “half bird” ($25) and “the whole damn bird” ($49).

The woman behind the latest unorthodox creations at Bird Bird.

After months of R&Ding, Group Pastry Chef and fellow #BurppleTastemaker @fionatingx came up with these beauties called Ugnuts ($5.50), short for "Ugly Donuts"... Well, not in the eyes of us foodies for sure. Quite a number of varieties are available like the Banamel Brûlée that has banana pastry cream filling with a long brûlée-d banana half on top; the Crunchy Xmas with sweet potato pumpkin mash filling and cranberries, pumpkin seeds and katafi fritters sprinkled; the heavy-duty Dirty South with honey buttercream icing and fried chicken skin, plus you can drizzle hot sauce on top as much as you can bear.

Durian Softie Pie

Toasted Milk Softie, Durian Pudding, Almond Crust, White Chocolate, Gula Melaka Caramel

⭕️The durian pudding was really made of durians 😋 #noartificialflavours
⭕️ Not too sweet
⭕️ Tinge of saltiness from the almond crunch balances the sweetness of the softie & pudding

💸 $16++
Verdict: 😍
OMG 💛s, not just beautiful, it was Y.U.M.M.Y!

Foie Gras Corndog

TBH its the 1st corndog in my life 😅 i've always tot of it as an unhealthy lump of oily fried carbs that is low in nutritional value.

Nope, it hasn't change my life yet, but it is pretty nice.

💸 $8
Verdict: 😊 the pickles helped to balance out the creamy oily richness of the foie gras. It was not oily and the batter was quite light. Would definitely prefer it to be a chunk of skewered foie gras, with a bigger serving size. 😬

Bangkok Fried Chicken $25(half bird)

The chicken battered with aromatics is a little on the dry side but it's nothing that can't be fixed with a good squeeze of lime and a right proper dousing in the killer green chilli nam jin sauce.

Thanks to @burpple for the invite and @birdbirdsg for the table-breaking feast!

Taste: 3/5

Awesome Lebanese Fried Chicken

Had lunch here with colleagues and we ordered a variety of fried chicken and craft beers. The clear winner was the Lebanese style fried chicken (pictured below). I can imagine this would also be a good place for dinner and drinks!

Durian Softie Pie ($16++).

You know this durian is crafted masterfully when there are various ingredients to juggle with, yet the interplay of taste and texture were on point.
Besides durian, the toasted milk softie is also the star here. The smoky fragrance floats above the white chocolate and gula melaka, and remains detectable despite the strong flavour from the durian pudding. It lingers even after you've swallowed everything. Make sure you cut through to the bottom, and be rewarded by the crunchy almond crust that has soaked in all the above goodness.
Thanks @burpple for the invitation to this tasting at @birdbirdsg, and @fionatingx for hosting us!

Signature Fried Chicken ($49/whole, $25/half).

A little pricey but worth a try.

Definitely a must-order here, crunchy batter without greasiness and the meat is juicy and moist! Our unanimous favourite was the Lebanese - aromatic za'atar spices, honey-lemon and toum garlic whip - absolutely loved the dip.

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