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Definitely tasty, would return. Portion could have been a little more. But not too bad in my opinion. Worth a visit

Bulgogi fries @ $18++
Kimchi pancake @ $14++
YY wings @ $12++

Food was good though not exceptional. Portion was good and satisfying for two of us. We got the wings that come in 4pcs (and quite big sized) rather than the fried chicken option that has both drumlets and wings. And they also have the boneless popcorn option though we think that's not really worth the price.

Will be back with a bigger group to enjoy the bigger portions of food (like the stew).

Had the 1 for 1 cutlet meal for $10 and the truffle and mala cutlet was really good (moist and tender with crispy batter), and the fries taste as good as McDonald's fries! Have to say the drink were too sweet for me, but overall super worth!! Also the owner was super sweet :)

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I think this must be my new favourite Korean establishment to date. Service was excellent with a friendly Ahjumma seating us and serving us side dishes almost immediately. The food came quickly and the portions here are huge! This bibimbap was so yummy and I liked how the veggies remained crunchy. The kimchi soup here (though not pictured) has the most intense flavour with the spice hitting right at the back of your throat.

Missing Taiwan? Head over to Magic Chicken Outlet situated at Lorong Chuan to satisfy those fried chicken cravings that has casual seating! Fried upon order, the freshness and quality of chicken is simply unbeatable. 'Zeng' up your XL Chicken Cutlets with the crowd pleaser Mala Powder ($1.50) for that spicy and satisfying kick! Make it a bang for your buck by opting for a set meal ($9.90) by pairing with sides ranging from Potato Tater Tots to Onion Rings and a refreshing drink such as Watermelon. For carb lovers out there, you do not want to miss out on Magic Chicken's Rice Burger and Rice Ball Set for a unique combo!

$10.90

One of their signature pasta. Reliable laksa spaghetti with great flavours, not overly salty and true lemak taste!

Half chicken $10.90

Crispy skin and juicy meat! Coleslaw tastes nice, fries are like your favourite fast food outlet's 🤭

I like Tenderbest for its good value "local" western fare! The vibes at this outlet is chill and on a nice weather day, consider sitting outdoors for a cool breeze!

Purchase their popcorn combo (inclusive of fries) and it their mala & bbq flavour!

Portion was quite huge and the damage was $8.70 but my tummy’s definitely filled and satisfied! Would definitely head back there again to try their other seasonal flavours!

Oh yes, for those of you who wants to head down to their Suntec City outlet, so know that this is located at Tower 5, B1.

Golden crispy skin, their wings are juicy and moist inside.
 
Location: Ah Tan Wings, Timbre+ One North, 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent, #01-30, Singapore 139957

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I have been here over 10 times over 6 months because the food is just so good! Owner is really friendly too. Come here for very authentic korean food. I would say it's better than the popular ones in the area ;)

Chicken chicken winner dinner!

@88chicken_sg is a new korean fried chicken joint which opened in a mixed development in the Potong Pasir area recently. They serve their fried chickens 3-way: original, yangnyeom (spicy) and ganjang (soy sauce).

I have tried both the yangnywom and ganjang flavours. Compared to my personal gold standard, Waker Chicken, 88 Chicken's KFC is visibly smaller. The batter is also thinner and less crisp. The meat however is tender and better marinated. The sauces are also mellower.

J prefers 88 Chicken. I am kinda on the fence because I do like Waker's shattering crisp chicken skin (even when you do a takeaway) and portions but 88 Chicken has an edge in terms of the texture of the chicken meat and the sauces (if you like it milder). I think it boils down to a matter of personal preference as to which is better! Though you get to enjoy 88 Chicken in air-conditioned comfort and they apparently serve a good kimchi jjigae and haemul pajeon (seafood pancake).

Do let me know which do you prefer!