200 Victoria Street
#02-50 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Crispy chicken, potato wedges and pan-fried toppoki coated with honey butter sauce and seasoning powder, topped with dried cranberries and sliced almonds. This addictive sweet and savoury is my go to order when I’m at Chir Chir and it never disappoints.

To keep up with the trends, @chirchirsg has introduced four brand-new chicken dishes to tantalise your tongue-buds, including Mala Chicken, Nacho Chicken, Cream Onion Chicken, and Yu-Ling Chicken.

The Mala Fried Chicken contains chunky pieces of deep-fried chicken tenders wok-fried in a tongue-tingling mala sauce included with Szechuan peppercorn and dried chilli peppers.

Then served with sliced onions and creamy onion dipping sauce.

Perhaps the rendition could even remind you of the popular Szechuan dish of La Zi Ji, except that this comprises of bigger pieces of juicy chicken.

If you are the type who has ”wei la” (little spiciness) for your mala dishes, then this should be up your alley.


The highlight of the meal is the seafood mac and cheese, which exceeded our expectations. While it differ from the usual crisp baked m&c, its creaminess and the tender seafood pieces (prawns, crab meat) go v well together.


Also unusual that its in a korean restaurant (fusion heh)

The fried chicken made me slightly disappointed. Never a fan of chicken tenders as it doesnt feel the most authentic. Also the fondue cheese may be nice, but when mixed with the other cheeses (mozarella?) doesnt give off a striking taste. Would prefer going for more authentic chicken bites.


PSA theres 50% cashback on cashback app, which i only realised after paying for the meal...

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Whole chicken soaked in a garlicky sauce, served with baked potato, an hard boil egg (pretty much exploded from all that hotplate heat) and tangy diced salad. Substantial amount clearly meant for two pax as indicated on the menu. Whole chicken was juicy and moist. Decent.

Average 20mins wait time. Oven roasted Chicken served on hot plate. Chicken meat retains its moisture and tenderness. Perfect.