Thursday, July 25, 2013

Cool Chix on the Block - Kkul Dak 꿀닭

Following the success of the other Korean Fried Chicken restaurants in Singapore, Kkuldak 꿀닭 (honey chicken), has found its way into Plaza Singapura this month.  *chirp chirp*
What sets this apart from the rest is that Kkuldak is based on the Korean Street Food concept, that means it is just grab and go. No cushy seats, no melodic songs and no service charge!  Just the way you grab and go along the shopping belt in Myeongdong or Gangnam.

It is fast, convenient, easy to eat because the chicken is in bite-size.  The munchies are first deep tried before they are pan fried in honey, sweet and sour or spicy sauces.  The tender munchies are flavourful and crispy on the outer layer.  Choose whether you like to go with cheese powder or mustard sauce. My recommendation is to go for spicy flavour and mustard sauce because that's the closest to what you get in the actual kimchi land.

Smallest cup (in photo) costs $4.50.  The fried chicken comes with ddokpokki 떡볶이 (rice cake) and 1 mini potato munchi stick.  A little expensive but the satisfaction is there if you are a fan of Korean Fried Chicken.  This may just replace the original KFC. ^^

There's also an option to upsize to a meal, complete with rice and kimchi.

Chalk up points on your rewards card and you can return for some free munchies.  Have fun!

Note: The stall will be expanding its menu from August.  Look forward to it!

Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Rd Basement 2
#B2-44 (facing Emicakes)

Getting there: Take MRT to Dhoby Ghaut MRT station.  Use the underpass and take the exit that is directly linked to Plaza Singapura Basement 2.  Although Dhoby Ghaut MRT is contacted by 3 different lines [(North-South Line (Red), Northeast Line (Purple) and Circle Line (Yellow)], the station is inter-connected and it is not necessary to exit to the street level to go to the mall.  Simply look for directional signs to Plaza Singapura and head towards the direction.


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Related Posts:
- Chicken Up (link)
- Nene Chicken (link)
- BBQ Chicken (link)
- Korean Fried Chicken Culture (link)

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