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Ordered the Tornado Seafood Fried Rice ($6) and the egg was swirl on top and moist. The bottom of the fried rice is just normal fried rice which doesn't stand out.

The burger was pretty good - the chicken thigh was very meaty and thick, and there wasn’t too much of fried batter on it as well. It was tasty, juicy and not too salty. One of the rare times where I didn’t feel as if there was not enough meat.

We chose the small Cajun fries as a side, it was nice but gosh they really weren’t kidding when they said it was “small”, because it was really really small. 😅

Overall - good choice if you don’t mind paying more for better quality fast food. I would probably keep an eye out for promotions to get a better deal out from this.

Order their Jajangmyeon ($7) and there is lots of flavour in it. For this price, quality is good

Order their Jjam Ppong ($7) which is basically like seafood army stew. At a coffeeshop price of this quality, I can't complain

Quite good fried chicken. Batter was crispy and tasty, not too salty. Jjampong Mayo was a nice sauce, if you want something creamy and spicy at the same time, similar to sriracha.

We bought this under “Two is Better Than One” item on Foodpanda, where you can pick 2 different fried chicken flavours and get 6 of each! Our pre-order came on time as well which was great.

Dough was chewy and yummy. Garlic taste wasn’t very pungent but more on the subtle fragrance side. BBQ sauce was nice. Overall a pretty solid pizza, though definitely on the very pricey side. Not too bad for sharing once in awhile but probably not if you’re on a budget.

We pre-ordered it on Foodpanda and it came on time :)

Rather newly open pretty cafe decked in coat of pastel colors, with an interesting concept of multi-cuisine under one roof. It serves korean delights, thai delight and some local delights. We ordered their Crab Meat Omelette Fried Rice and their Blue Pea Nasi Lemak. Portion is quite generous but the wait can be quite long. Quality of food wise, it’s quite decent just that the chilli sauce were a little on the saltier side. Their fried rice is fluffy and fragrant while their fried chicken wing from the nasi lemak is crispy and juicy! Not a place I’ll keep returning unless I happen to be in that area.

Today’s dish in focus is one I rarely post; not because I don’t like it — on the contrary, it’s one of their bestsellers! — but more because I can’t get enough of their ramyun, oops. Say hello to Kong’s Korean Chicken Wings!

Whether you’re looking for a between-meal snack or trying to find a more robust full meal to energise yourself, these wings got your back. You can savour them alone or let them accentuate your ramyun or rice bowl, but if you r e a l l y want to bring out the South-meets-East Asian in you, go for that unparalleled harmony-in-diversity route of sweet-savoury(-spicy) by enjoying them with freshly made waffles. (Geddit? South because it’s a Southern dish; East because of the Korean influence. Okay, I’ll see myself out.)

The last time I covered the wings here, I raved about the improved honey butter variant. If I’d thought it couldn’t get any more aromatic, my goodness, if a n y o n e orders it, I’d be fighting self-restraint trying not to get a plate for myself, regardless of how full I am (when we get to dine-in again, that is).

That doesn’t mean the spicy version is any less fragrant! Where the former entices with the silken scent of butter, this entrances with it feisty sauce. Unlike certain big chains who overwhelm with the spice level, Kong’s tends to sit at a comfortable simmer (for most; yours truly just finds it mostly tasty!), occasionally peeking through the piquant sauce to excite.

It is because of this sauce that I find the spicy option a better pairing with waffles — the sauce holds enough body in flavour and volume to sit comfortably atop the sweet waffles, and folds into the dips of the waffles without damaging the structure.

(Pst, If you’re like me and dislike dealing with pesky bones during your meal, debone them first before placing them on your waffles!)

Oh, and if you’ve space for dessert after, get the lemon cake. The delicate flavour helps quench away the richness of the wings without further saturating your palate!

The jjm noodles were softer than expected, sauce was very savoury and got a bit salty towards the end. But there was a rather generous portion of onions + beef pieces. Decent but I’ve had better! It’s kinda similar to hawker beef noodles with 粗米粉.

Stew was meh, I didn’t have much of it. There is a part of a small crab which was surprising. Banchan was also average.

We ordered crispy chicken and oven baked chicken (spicy). The oven baked chicken was good, but crispy chicken was so so.

[ Food Review — Brunch (and all-hours) food you can’t go wrong with! ] Due to increasing workload, I’ve been eating out a lot less for brunch/lunch these coming weeks. :’) But because a certain someone was nice enough to swing by for a quick meal today, we ended up convening at our fav hangout spot: Kong!

I was absolutely knackered today, but Hanna was sweet enough to offer us a glass of fresh juice each — orange for me, carrot for him; they’re on the menu too for $6.50–$7 each! — and that perked me right up! I haven’t had juice in literal years, which meant the cups brought back some lovely taste memories. Thank you! What an enchanting way to start the morning!

Today, we were famished. This is a good thing, because it meant one of us could get what is imo one of Kong’s most acclaimed items on the menu: The Kong Breakfast ($23). We added on sausages ($5), because their sausages are actually worth the added calories (Hanna does n o t skim on getting these darlings, trust me ;))! (I got my usual order of Smoked Salmon + Scrambled Eggs & Toast ($16) because I knew I wouldn’t be able to finish… And more importantly, a certain someone who allow me to peck off his plate, heh.)

Let me reinforce why after so long, Kong is still my fav place to be at — their food keeps improving! If it’s obvious enough to folks like us who dine there relatively often, I can only imagine how stark the difference must be to those who have more extended visits.

Why we love the breakfast set is for how cohesive the flavours are. Admittedly, in the early days, you still had to navigate a bit of taste divergence — the salad was too heavily sauced; the egg wasn’t as smooth — that splintered an otherwise unified exp. But not anymore! The full, rounded flavours of the bacon and sausage are mellowed out by the airiness of the eggs, and the sprinkle of salad with its milder dressing refreshed each bite without intruding on the chutney. This is why you’ve gotta get the set if you can — it’s truly scrumptious!

A friendly FYI: Because of the tightened covid restrictions, to keep our fav F&B outlets from being fined, please try to keep your visits under 2 hours, and refrain from doing work/using your laptop/devices unless you’re actually having a meal!

This never goes wrong.

Meat is tender, not hard.

Skin is crunchy

Sauce is great too.