Fried chicken in Singapore: Best restaurants and eateries for crispy baguettes

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The satisfying texture of tearing off hot fried chicken is like a dream come true. It’s like downing a good beer or securing his last pint of ice cream at his favorite parlor.

From vibrant Korean restaurants serving sauced chicken wings to traditional American fare, here are the best places to eat fried chicken in Singapore.

Kko Kko Nara

Serving authentic Korean recipes and flavors, Kko Kko Na Ra is a pioneer of Korean-style fried chicken in Singapore. They were the ones who introduced crispy soy garlic chicken to Singapore and their Manul Ganjang Chicken ($26++) has been a crowd favorite ever since.

The secret to this deliciousness lies in the hand-crushed garlic. Go spicier with a spicy version of the Spicy Maneul Ganjang Chicken ($29++), or try the Sweet and Spicy Yangnyeom Chicken ($29++) for a mix of flavors. In addition to chicken, we also offer popular Korean dishes such as kimchi jjigae and seafood pancakes.

Kko Kko Nara has two locations at 68 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088489, p+65 6225 9282. Hours of operation are 12:00 PM to 1:00 AM daily. Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard #02 – 243, Singapore 819666, p+65 6242 8720. Hours of operation are 11 AM – 9:30 PM.

chicks hot chicken

Opened by the first Singapore idol, Tawfik Battisar, Chix Hot Chicken is hot in many ways. This Nashville-style chicken is marinated in Ghost Pepper, the world’s hottest pepper.

However, don’t worry. You can choose from her five spice levels: Mild, Medium, Hot, Insane, or Atomic (his last two at your own risk!). Chew on golden-cooked chicken at Hot Wings ($11.90-) or burger selections like Breakfast Sliders ($10.90) with juicy chicken thighs on buns served with cheddar cheese, scrambled eggs and pink sauce please give me.

Chix Hot Chicken can be found at 1 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199069, p.+65 8893 7031. Hours of operation are Sunday-Thursday 12pm-9pm and Friday-Saturday 12pm-10.30pm.

oven fried chicken

Beyond KFC comes OFC. It is a Korean chicken bistro that is a collaboration between two different chicken franchises of his, Okkadak and Ssaldak. Their distinctive feature lies in the unique cooking method of the birds.

For a guilt-free snack, opt for oven-baked okdak crunch chicken (From $20 for a half, $37 for a whole) This one is as toothy as it is juicy. Sardak, on the other hand, has its own twist by coating it with rice flour instead of wheat flour. fried chicken (Half from $20, Whole from $37). result? It is a gem that wraps delicate meat and deep-fries it to a crisp.

Oven & Fried Chicken has various outlets across Singapore.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar serves traditional American flavors with farm-fresh ingredients and mouth-watering chicken. Made from a 100-year-old family fried chicken recipe, our iconic chicken is freshly fried, just the right amount of crispiness and juiciness.

fiery Llewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken ($38++) is half chicken with hot honey sauce. chicken and waffles ($46++) Served with cheddar cheese waffles and spicy watermelon. For large parties, whole bird ($76++), everything is best when you add bourbon maple syrup for added sweetness.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is located at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, # B1 – 07, Singapore 018972, p.+65 6688 9959. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 12-11 PM and Saturday-Sunday 10-12 AM.

Chic-A-Boo Chicken Specialty

CHIC-A-BOO Chicken Specialty, the same store that brought us Aston’s, is a cozy, tropical-themed restaurant where burgers and other delicious snacks are accompanied by mouth-watering fries. We serve chicken.

Freshly-fried, hand-breaded, hot-to-order set menus start at an affordable $9.90++ for 2 slices of chicken, 2 sides, and a drink. Larger groups can also share combo deals (starting at $31.90) that include extra nuggets, popcorn chicken, fried fish, and more.

Chic-a-Boo has various stores across Singapore.

waker chicken

Known for its authentic fried chicken recipes, Waker Chicken has 8 outlets around Singapore, attracting people in the city centre. Korean-owned Waker Chicken offers side dishes, cutlets, and rice sets in addition to the classic fried chicken menu.

You can’t go wrong with the addictive Honey Butter (starting at $15 for 7), which envelops chicken in a comforting mix of sweet buttermilk powder. Alternatively, the tantalizing Sweet and Spicy (starting at S$14 for 7 pieces) is the perfect balance of flavors and finger-licking sauce.

Waker Chicken has 8 stores across Singapore.

bird fork fried chicken

Try American-style fried chicken with a fun Asian twist at Bird Forks. The restaurant infuses Western recipes with local spices like cloves and five spices, and then salt them for over 12 hours. The result is a mouth-watering specialty fried chicken.

Don’t miss the Fried Tender Momos ($14++), boneless thighs that are twice battered and deep-fried for a caramelized flavor. You can eat it as it is, or you can enjoy it with the fluffy pancakes of Chicken & Pancake ($14++). Also, if you want a little indulgence, the popular South Sea Kopi is served with the chicken.

Birdfolks Fried Chicken is located at 1 West Coast Drive, #01-75, NEWest, Singapore 128020, p.+65 6924 0876. Hours of operation are Tuesday-Thursday 11 AM-9 PM and Friday-Sunday 11 AM-9:30 PM.Closed on Mondays

evil wings

Available in 11 flavors, Wicked Wings are sure to please, featuring crispy wings coated in an Asian-inspired sauce. Local flavors are featured in options such as the Shawstoppin’, tangy chili crab wings ($12.50 for him for 6 pieces).

Meanwhile, the Sweet Sensations ($11.50 for 6) are drizzled with ayam ketchup manis. Don’t forget to add mouthwatering sides like the cheesy Cheddar Cheese Sticks ($7.50).

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This article was originally published in City Nomads.

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