[CLOSED] Nyam Nyam Chicken & Beer

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~$25/pax
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214 East Coast Road
Singapore 428913

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This somewhat hidden gem in Katong serves up a decent selection of no-frills Korean comfort food. If 'chimaek' is what you're here for, the Yang Nyum fried chicken ($16 for half, $32 for whole) is indeed finger licking good, doused in a generous serving of delectable sweet & spicy sauce (more sweet than spicy though), and crunchy chopped peanuts. One thing to note is that each portion comes with quite a lot of breast meat, so go for the mid joint wings ($10-$12 for 7) if that's more up your alley!

I didn't fancy the bland Original fried chicken ($14 for half/$28 for whole), but you should go for the Soy fried chicken (unpictured), boasting a honeyed crispy exterior and tender meat. Best washed down with a bottle of Hite, of course. 😋

We're so glad there's one new spot in the east to get our Korean fried chicken fix! Located a couple streets down from Katong I12, Nyam Nyam specialises in fried chicken, but also offers a menu of other Korean favourites for variety. You won't go wrong with the Spicy & Crispy Dakgangjeong ($18). It is equal parts sweet and spicy, and comes with a sprinkle of sliced chilli padi for extra heat — just what you need to convince yourself you MUST have a beer. For something kinder on the palate, try the Sweet BBQ Chicken ($18 half/ $32 whole). Fill the rest of the table with other tasty Korean eats including Tteokbokgi (spicy rice cakes, $8) and Cheese Kimchi Fried Rice ($12). Pro tip: Check out their daily lunch special (11:30am-2pm, including weekends). $10 gets you a main like hot pan rice with beef or BBQ chicken rice plus a soft drink!
Avg price: $25 per person
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

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Essentially the starch from oyster omelette undergoing endocytosis (that's when a cell transports a molecule into the cell by engulfment - helpful Biology nerd) with juicily sour, crunchy bits of cabbage. 3.8/5

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The sticky, sweet and seedy skin delivers on its titular crisp promise with significant crunch instead, whilst elsewhere the generous supply of chilli padi offer the occasional gentle jolt. 3.7/5

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