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313 Orchard Road
#01-29 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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08:00am - 01:00am

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 01:00am

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Not exaggerating, but this is probably the best korean fried chicken I had since my trip in Korea 3 years ago. Really is fried to perfection. Even the breast meat is super juicy. Ate 3 times already, will be back for more!

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The wait for this Little Chicken in New York was definitely worth it! Every mouthful was bursting with juice and it was so fragrant, no sauce was needed at all. The fried chicken was also huge, instead of the small versions we are so accustomed to from fast food outlets, which makes it all the more irresistible. Accompanying it was the onion rings, French fries and salad, which completes the meal but I thought the onion rings felt a little deflated, could have added a little more life to it by making it crispier?

An all time classic of soft macaroni with cheese fondue, shredded mozzarella, cheddar and Grand Padano. My only qualm was the portion seemed a little small but I understand why because if you were having it alone, you’d probably feel jelat after a while. ⁣⁣⁣⁣

Whole chicken cut into 4 pieces with onion rings n fries. Friend commented that it was very good whereby u can taste the seasoning even inside. For me taste like Old Chang Kee chicken wing. But the Mac & Cheese was good. Not overly soft. And yet crispy chewy from the hot plate. Taste awesome when eaten with the spicy sauce from bimbibap.

Because vegan meals give you a (false) perception that you can digest more food- we had a Gorgonzola pizza at 10pm-ish on a Friday night; the pinnacle of a TGIF sort of “feast”.

At this fusion Korean western food joint, draft beers are 1 for 1 all night on a Friday (I believe) to encourage you to order from the extensive food menu; which houses perfect accomplices to a night of drinking. The “pizzas” here come on a soft and thin tortilla base wrap, completely saddled with the generous toppings of different variants of cheese, with the blue cheese being the most prominent. The chopped nuts and cranberries were also conventional pairings to the various artisan cheese.


Menu really overwhelmed us with so many dishes. So we had the “All in platter” ($33.90) to share with amongst 4 pax, platter was really quite disappointing with very unappetising looking meats. Came with a tasteless mac & cheese, garlic tortilla and bread rolls.. Think they would be better off just serving plain rice for this platter instead.
However, the only saving grace for the meal was the Korean inspired sandwich (very much like Isaac Toast), suggest everyone to order that and nothing else.