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16 Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore, Including Hawker And Halal Options

16th May 2024

Best Korean fried chicken in Singapore

Nothing quite hits the spot like a fried chicken feast with friends. Crispy, sticky, sweet, and savoury, Korean fried chicken ranks top on the list for many of us. Gather your chingu and head to one of these eateries and restaurants for the best Korean fried chicken in Singapore, including halal options.

1. Waker Chicken

Waker Chicken X Oppa Grill - chicken close up

Waker Chicken is a popular Korean-run fried chicken chain with eight outlets islandwide, mainly in the heartlands. 

Prices start from $13.50 for half chicken (seven pieces) in the Original Crispy flavour. If you don’t mind spending a bit more, get the Honey Butter ($15.50 for half chicken) or Sweet Spicy ($14.50 for half chicken) flavour instead. The chicken is said to be seasoned overnight and fried to order, so you can expect fresh and juicy fried chicken each time. FYI, Waker Chicken is halal-certified!

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Waker Chicken is a halal-certified eatery.

2. NeNe Chicken

nene chicken - korean fried chicken

Another popular halal joint is NeNe Chicken, which boasts several outlets across Singapore. 

The fast food chain is most famous for their K-Fried Chicken, priced from $8 for two pieces. It comes with your choice of sauce, including Honey Mustard and a fiery Double Freaking Hot sauce for those who love their spice. If you’re going all out, splurge on the Bulgogi Wings and Sticks (18 pieces) or Whole Chicken, both priced at $30.80 each.

Full list of locations | Website
NeNe Chicken is a halal-certified eatery.

3. Kko Kko Na Ra


Kko Kko Na Ra is an OG in Singapore’s Korean fried chicken scene. The Tanjong Pagar restaurant is said to be the first to introduce garlic soya-flavoured chicken wings and drums in Singapore, prepared with hand-crushed garlic and Korea-imported ingredients.

The fried chicken is available in flavours including Cheese Sprinkle ($38++ for eight pieces), and their most popular item, Soy Garlic ($28++ for nine pieces) chicken. If you’re big on spicy food, get their Mala or Spicy Soy Garlic.

Address: 68 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088489
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 1am
Kko Kko Na Ra is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Pink Candy

pink candy

For affordable Korean fare with a view, check out Pink Candy, a breezy rooftop restaurant in Beauty World. Get their Chicken Wing (price TBD) in two flavours: Original and Soy Sauce. The latter features golden brown chicken wings coated in a honeyed soy sauce for the perfect mix of savoury and sweet.

The eatery prides itself on omitting MSG in all its dishes. Other popular mains include Kimbap ($7.90), Army Stew ($32.90), and Ginseng Chicken with Rice ($10.90).

Read our Pink Candy review.

Address: 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #04-60, Beauty World Centre, Singapore 588177
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 10:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 9:30pm, Tue 5pm to 9:30pm
Pink Candy is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Phat Fingers


Phat Fingers serves its signature Korean fried chicken with four sauces, including the traditional Soy Garlic and crowd-favourite Honey butter

Start your meal with their Tenders affordably priced at $9.90 for six pieces. And of course, you can choose between Wings ($11.90) and Chicken Poppers ($7.90) too. Pair your fried chicken with their Psy’s Famous Chicken Burger ($8.90), or if you’re up for the challenge, get the really spicy Nuclear Spicy Xtra Hot Burger ($8.90) at your own risk.

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Phat Fingers is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Hanjip Korean Grill House

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For Korean BBQ and fried chicken in Clarke Quay, head to Hanjip Korean Grill House

This sleek restaurant does a delicious rendition of Korean Fried Chicken Wings ($20++) in your choice of Original, Soy, or Spicy flavour. There’s also a half-chicken option at $22++ if you prefer. On top of premium barbecue sets, they also have other Korean favourites including Army Stew ($28++), Ginseng Chicken ($28++), and Seafood Pancake ($20++), perfect for sharing with your chingu.

Read our Hanjip Korean Grill House review.

Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01-11, Blk C, The Cannery, Clarke Quay, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2:30pm, 5pm to 12am
Hanjip Korean Grill House is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Oven & Fried Chicken

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Oven & Fried Chicken has been around in Singapore since 2014. The Korean fried chicken chain coats its meat in rice flour instead of regular wheat flour for a crispier bite. 

There’s the Fried Wings ($21++ for half chicken) and Fried Boneless Thighs ($24++ for half chicken) if you want a classic taste. Otherwise, get the sauced-up versions such as the sweet and spicy Yang Nyeom Chicken (from $23++ for half chicken). The chain also offers baked chicken in the form of Crunch Original (from $20++ for half chicken) and Crunch Yang Nyeom (from $23++ for half chicken), cooked without oil in the oven.

Full list of locations | Website
Oven & Fried Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Woorina Korean Restaurant

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Woorina Korean Restaurant is an under-the-radar eatery in Bukit Timah offering a wide range of Korean mains and sides in a cosy setting.

Their Cheese Fried Chicken (from $20++) features juicy fried chicken coated with cheese for a creamy and savoury finish. It’s also available in boneless form, great for those who hate fuss. The Yum Yum Chicken (from $18++) and Soy Chicken (from $18++) are popular choices as well.

Address: 19 Lorong Kilat, #01-02, Singapore 598120
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 11pm
Tel: 6464 9282
Woorina Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. BHC Chicken


When BHC Chicken first reached our shores in 2023, expectations for this popular Korean fried chicken brand were sky-high. Thankfully, it seems like Singaporeans have been loving their offerings—in just one year, there are already three outlets across the country. 

A personal recommendation would be the Retro (from $28.90++), which is essentially your classic fried chicken. Simple this dish may be, there’s really not much to complain about—it’s crispy, juicy, and moreish. If you’d like to try their signature chicken, give the adorably named Bburinkle (from $30.90++) a try. This one’s coated in a cheese and vegetable seasoning, giving it a lovely sweet-salty balance of flavours. Else, there’s also the Macho King (from $30.90++) for spice lovers—you get a spicy honey-like sauce that packs quite a punch.  

Read our BHC Chicken review

Marine Square outlet
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-332A/332F, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

KINEX outlet
Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #B1-36, KINEX, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

Taste Orchard outlet
Address: 160 Orchard Road, #01-07/08, Taste Orchard, Singapore 238842
Opening hours: 11:30am to 9:30pm

BHC Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. 88 Chicken

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Another of my favourite on this list is 88 Chicken, a hidden store that’s just a stone’s throw away from Potong Pasir MRT Station.

Regulars visit them time and time again for the Soy Chicken ($20++), which gets you seven pieces. Do note that it’s slightly sweeter than it’s salty, with all seven pieces evenly coated in the viscous sauce. If you prefer the sweetness mellowed down with a bit of spice, try their Yang Nyeom ($20++) as well. You’ll be surprised by how crispy the chicken can be even after being drenched in a sweet-spicy red sauce.

Address: 2 Tai Thong Crescent, #01-24, The Venue Shoppes, Singapore 347836
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 10:30pm
88 Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Bonchon

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To fried chicken fans, Bonchon may ring a bell as there are currently four branches in Singapore. There’s one in town at Wisma Atria, and it’s a hot spot for those working around the area.

Their Whole Chicken ($36.90++) is ideal for a group of four as it includes six Soy Garlic pieces and another six pieces of Spicy. We recommend pairing this with their Kimchi Fries ($9.90++) coated in spicy and tangy seasoning powder. There’s also the Cheese Ramyeon (from $12.90++) for something more substantial than fries. Even better, you can choose your toppings from Chicken, Beef, and Seafood

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Bonchon is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. ICG Chicken & Burger 

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Korean fried chicken doesn’t always have to be expensive as proven by the wallet-friendly offerings at ICG Chicken & Burger. There are two stalls you can visit: Toa Payoh and Yishun!

With a total of nine flavours to choose from, it can be quite a dilemma to make your order. If you’d like to try something new besides the Original (from $6.90) and Sweet & Spicy (from $8.90), their Creamy Onion (from $8.90) and Jalapeno (from $8.90) are great alternatives. Else, you can play it safe and opt for the Cheese (from $8.90) and Sweet Garlic (from $8.90)

Yishun outlet
Address: 2 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #01-11, Singapore 768159
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm

Toa Payoh outlet
Address: Lorong 3 Toa Payoh, #01-34, Singapore 319579
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm

ICG Chicken & Burger is not a halal-certified eatery.

13. Goobne

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Known for their oven-roasted chicken, Goobne is another big name in Korea. Easties are in luck as the only store in Singapore is located at Downtown East in Pasir Ris.

No matter the flavour, there are four types to choose from: Whole, Half, Wings, and Boneless. Of course, there’s the Original priced at $24++ for boneless and $30++ for whole. But since you’re already there, we recommend trying their Deep Cheese, which gives you a fun mix of cheddar, cream, and blue cheese powder. Half a chicken costs $18++, while the wings cost $14++.

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, #02-324, Downtown East, Singapore 519599
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Goobne is not a halal-certified eatery.

14. Jade’s Chicken

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Hawker stalls specialising in Korean fried chicken are a true gem, and Jade’s Chicken is no different. You can find them either in Hougang or Toa Payoh!

Fans of honey butter can visit them as you can get your hands on the Honey Butter Chicken from just $14.50. Other flavours include Original, Soy, and Sweet Spicy. There’s also the option of changing it up to a tender or fillet, with eight pieces of the flavoured chicken priced at $12, or $11 for the classic fried one. Besides chicken, there are other items on the menu such as the popular Kimchi Fried Rice ($7) and Army Stew ($18).

Read our Jade’s Chicken review

Hougang outlet
Address: 51 Hougang Avenue 9, #01-18, Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Singapore 538776
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm

Toa Payoh outlet
Address: 125 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, #01-523, Singapore 310125
Opening hours: Thurs-Mon 12pm to 3pm, 5pm to 8:30pm

Jade’s Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Basasak Chicken

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Adding to the list of hawker stalls selling Korean fried chicken is Basasak Chicken near Kovan MRT Station. This stall is helmed by a Korean ahjussi, whom you’ll most likely meet during your visit. 

They serve up a number of less common flavours here, including Hot Curry and Butter Garlic. If you’re a fan of drumsticks like me, I recommend getting the Drumstick Set ($14) comprising three huge pieces of drumsticks and medium-sized fries on the side. Wash down all that grease with the Army Stew ($26.50): you get tofu, kimchi, rice cake, mushrooms, dumplings, chicken sausage, luncheon meat, and noodles. This is perfect for about three to four diners, so bring your friends down and enjoy a hearty supper—they close at 12am or 12:30am every day except Sunday.

Address: 973 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534725
Opening hours: Mon 6pm to 12am, Tue-Thurs 5:30pm to 12am, Fri 5:30pm to 12:30am, Sat 5pm to 12:30am, Sun 5pm to 11pm
Basasak Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery.



JINJJA CHICKEN needs no introduction. This popular halal-certified eatery has seven branches across the country, which probably means you would have come across their store one way or another.

They recently added a new flavour to the menu: K-Mala. There are the must-have Soy Garlic and Yangnyeum, and the daunting Monster meant to be eaten by those who can tolerate spice. Six pieces of the wings are priced at $8.90, while six pieces of drumsticks cost $18.50. If you’re planning a gathering, you can even order up to 100 pieces at $105.90. Choose your preferred carbs from options such as Bulgogi Beef Rice Roll ($9.90), Jjampong ($11.90), and Rabokki ($9.90).

Full list of locations | Website
JINJJA CHICKEN is a halal-certified eatery. 

Guide to the best Korean fried chicken

Now that you know where to go for legit Korean fried chicken, read our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. Alternatively, check out where to get cheap Korean food!

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