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15 Korean Fried Chicken Delivery Services During This Stay-Home Period

27th May 2020

Korean fried chicken delivery in Singapore


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The popularity of Korean food has sharply risen over this past decade, as more Singaporeans develop a liking towards Korean shows and dramas. More so during this stay-home period when many of us are binge-watching shows. Satisfy your mad cravings for Korean fried chicken while watching the latest Korean dramas with these 15 Korean fried chicken delivery services.

1. Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory

Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory is one of Singapore’s most popular Korean fried chicken chains. Their Honey Butter Chicken ($30.30) is a best-seller. This sweet-savoury treat features juicy chunks of chicken meat that are ever-so tender. They’re slathered with a comforting honey butter sauce that’s rich with a hint of caramel flavour. Thoughtfully mixed with the fried chicken pieces, the cranberries provide a refreshing fruity sweetness that lifts the dish. Tteokbokki can also be found between the glistening chunks of meat. This classic Korean staple has a nice starchy texture that provides a good chewiness.

As physical bubble tea shops are not permitted to open right after the end of the Circuit Breaker, BBT fans will be more than happy to hear that the restaurant chain has partnered with The Alley. You can now sip on their sweet, milky drinks while feasting on Korean fried chicken, all in the comfort of your own home!

There’s a minimum order of $35, with varying islandwide delivery fees, depending on your location.

Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory order form

2. Mom’s Touch

The famous Korean fast-food restaurant is now open at Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) Mall! Try their 9pcs Mom’s Fried Chicken ($29), which consists of succulent chicken meat encased by a crunchy exterior. Each piece of chicken is marinated with their house-mix of seasoning for a juicer full-bodied taste. There’s a minimum order of $38, with a flat $5 delivery fee. Get a free snack platter when you spend $68 or more.

Mom’s Touch order form

3. Bonchon

Famous Korean fast-food chain, Bonchon, is making waves across the globe with their delicious Korean fried chicken dishes. Their Wings Medium ($16.90) will satisfy your fried chicken cravings. It features six well-marinated chicken wings and six drumettes with smoky and robust flavours. Customers that don’t fancy eating chicken off the bone can opt for the Boneless Small ($12.90), which consists of 10 pieces of boneless, crispy chicken. There’s a minimum order of $70, with delivery fees ranging from $5 to $8, depending on the day of delivery. 

Bonchon order form

4. Nene Chicken

Halal-certified chain Nene Chicken now delivers islandwide via the Boss Happy Delivery Website. Try their Bulgogi Wings N Sticks ($34.90), which comes with meaty chicken wings that are slathered with a rich and smoky bulgogi sauce, and then paired with crispy curly fries. Get LiHO bubble tea drinks to go with your food, such as a cup of Brown Sugar Fresh Milk + Golden Pearl ($4.20). There’s a minimum order of $30, and a flat $5 delivery fee applies. This fee is waived for orders above $45. 

Nene Chicken order form

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5. Kko Kko Nara

Kko Kko Nara is touted as the first restaurant to introduce the Chi-Mek concept in Singapore, which is the pairing of Korean fried chicken and beer. The restaurant’s Cheese Sprinkle Chicken ($35 for eight pieces) is a huge fan favourite. Each piece of chicken is crispy and tender, and is coated with a generous amount of luxurious cheese powder. 

There’s a minimum order of $50, with varying islandwide delivery fees depending on your location. Free delivery is given to orders above $100 and $120 for locations within and outside a 15km radius from their Tanjong Pagar outlet respectively. 

Kko Kko Nara order form

6. Jinjia Chicken

Known for their signature fried chicken, Jinjia Chicken is a casual joint that serves up affordable Korean food. The Jinjia Wings Party Set ($53.90) will surely satisfy a hungry family’s stomachs. It consists of 50 pieces of signature Jinjia wings with your choice of flavour. Choose from the comforting soy garlic, sweet and spicy yangnyeom, and the devilishly fiery monster sauce. There’s a minimum order of $49, with varying islandwide delivery fees, depending on your location. This fee is waived for orders above $200. 

Jinjia Chicken order form

7. Vatos Urban Tacos

Combining Mexican and Korean cuisine, Vatos Urban Tacos serves up delectable dishes at the hip South Beach. Their Honey Tequila Chicken Wings ($19+) has got to be one of the tastiest chicken wings in Singapore. Presented in a neat basket, the chicken wings are coated in a house-made sweet and spicy honey tequila sauce, and are then topped with crunchy deep-fried masa-battered jalapenos. The dark horse of this dish is the blue cheese sauce. Its cheesy, earthy goodness just elevates the dish. There’s a minimum order of $60, with delivery fees ranging from $6 to $9 depending on the day of delivery. 

Vatos Urban Tacos order form

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8. Twins Korean Restaurant

Located at Tanjong Pagar, the popular Twins Korean Restaurant still manages to hold its ground. Their fried chicken comes in tantalising flavours, such as Cheese, Soy Garlic, and Sweet & Spicy ($17 for half each)

There’s no minimum order, and orders to locations within a 10km radius of their restaurant in Tanjong Pagar will be subjected to a $10 delivery fee. The delivery fee to other locations is $13.

WhatsApp 9006 3875 to order.
Check out the menu on their Facebook page

9. Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant

Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant dishes out comforting Korean fare, and that includes their fried chicken. Their classic Fried Chicken (from $18) is lip-smackingly good. It features bountiful chunks of juicy chicken that are encapsulated by a delicate, crispy exterior. 

There’s no minimum order, and a flat $5 delivery fee applies. This fee is waived for orders above $60. The restaurant only delivers to locations within 5km of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre.

Call 6463 8011 to order.
Check out the menu on their Facebook page

10. Woorinara Korean Restaurant

Fried chicken, bibimbap, and bingsu, Woorinara Korean Restaurant has got them all. Spicy food lovers have to try their Yum Yum Garlic Chicken (from $17), which consists of chicken that’s coated in a sweet and spicy garlic yum yum sauce that exudes light garlicky notes. Cheese fans have to try the Cheese Fried Chicken ($18 for small), where the classic Korean fried chicken is zhng-ed with a layer of melted cheese at the top. There’s no minimum order, with varying delivery fees depending on location. 

Woorinara Korean Restaurant order form

11.Seoul Good Desserts & Coffee

Seoul Good Desserts & Coffee serves up tantalising fried chicken and Korean dishes at Punggol East Container Park. Only nine different sets are available for delivery, and they’re more than enough to feed a family of four. Set B ($41.80) is one of their most popular sets. Fried chicken lovers will relish in the Korean fried chicken wings and shoyu chicken wings that are uber fragrant and shatteringly crispy. The set also comes with hot and spicy ramen, grilled chicken rice, fresh potato chips, and two cups of iced tea. Do note that the stall only delivers to Punggol, Hougang, Sengkang, and Pasir Ris. 

There’s no minimum order, with delivery fees ranging from $6 to $8. This fee is waived for orders above $60. FYI, the stall only accepts payment via PayNow

WhatsApp 9139 7260 to order.
Check out the menu on their Facebook page

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12. Hoho Chimek

Hoho Chimek is an unassuming stall at East Village along Upper Changi Road that serves up tantalising fried chicken dishes. Get a taste of their Soy Garlic Korean Fried Chicken Wings (from $9.90). Each chicken wing is deep-fried till crispy, and boasts a golden brown hue. They are then beautifully glazed with a sweet sauce. There’s a minimum order of $50, with delivery fees ranging from $5 to $8, depending on the day of delivery. 

Hoho Chimek order form

13. Hongdae Oppa

Hongdae Oppa is many Singaporeans’ go-to joint for quality Korean dishes and fried chicken. Their Gochujang Sauce (from $10.90) is a must-try. The pairing of moist and tender chicken pieces with the luxurious gochujang sauce is a match made in heaven, as the sweet and spicy sauce thoroughly complements the rich taste of the crispy fried chicken. There’s a minimum order of $10, with varying islandwide delivery fees, depending on your location. This fee is waived for orders above $30.

Hong Dae Oppa order form

14. Oven & Fried Chicken

Oven & Fried Chicken specialises in Korean-style baked and fried chicken. What differentiates them from other Korean fried chicken restaurants is that they use rice flour instead of regular flour, which makes the chicken pieces more crispy and less oily. Try their Fried Wings ($19/$34), which consists of chicken wings that are fried to a beautiful golden-brown. Each piece of meat is moist and tender, and comes off easily with just a few gentle tugs. 

There’s no minimum order, and they deliver islandwide with varying delivery fees. Make your orders via GrabFood or Deliveroo.

Oven & Fried Chicken Menu

15. Basasak Chicken

Situated right next to Kovan MRT Station, Basasak Chicken is here to satisfy your midnight hunger pangs. The stall is open past midnight on most days except Sunday, so you can now have piping hot Korean fried chicken for supper! Try their Drumstick Set ($13.50), which features two plump chicken drumsticks with your choice of flavour. These mouth-watering flavours include Original Crispy with Spicy Chilli Dip, Sweet-Spicy, Snowing Cheese Powder, and Honey Butter Powder. 

There’s no minimum order, and they deliver islandwide with varying delivery fees. Make your orders via GrabFood, Foodpanda, or Deliveroo.

Check out the full menu on their website

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