10 Awesome Korean Fried Chicken Found In KL and PJ
With K-pop culture taking over the world, it’s no surprise that Korean food has slowly crept its way into our hearts. And one of the most prominent Korean cuisines that Malaysians love is Korean fried chicken.
Really, who can resist a piece of tender chicken meat with thick, crispy skin drizzled with special sweet sauce? But if you have trouble searching for a plate of delicious Korean fried chicken, fret not! We have compiled a list of Korean restaurants that serve fresh hot fried chicken.
1. Choo Choo Chicken
Choo Choo Chicken has been in Malaysia since 2015, localising it to suit Malaysian tastes while still upholding the authenticity of the Korean Fried Chicken recipe. The Korean founder developed their own unique chicken batter, Korean sauces, and chicken marinade to bring you the authentic flavourful Korean recipe.
Even with many competitors around, Choo Choo Chicken manages to stand out with their Rose Chicken which you can’t enjoy elsewhere. A bomb dish where you can dip your crispy fried chicken into a super creamy and cheesy soup, their Rose Chicken is a dream come true for cheese lovers! You can also opt for the spicy sauce if you want to feel and an extra kick in every bite you take.
2. Chir Chir Chicken Fusion Factory
In Seoul, Chir Chir Chicken Fusion Factory is one of the more popular and well-known names for fried chicken. Like any other fried chicken restaurants, they have a multitude of flavours for you to pick from.
But one of the dishes you have to try is their signature Nest Snow Chicken. The dish consists of fried chicken “nestled” under whipped cream sauce, and cheese! This perfect combination is sure to make you come back for more the next time.
Check out their menu here.
Address: Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang, Jalan Raja Chulan, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Lot 1.108, 55100
Hours: 10am – 10pm daily
3. Nanda Chicken
Nanda Chicken is well-known for its Snow Cheese Chicken, a superb combo consisting of fried boneless chicken pieces with mozzarella cheese on the side. This dish is a must-order whenever you visit this place. You can choose from a variety of flavours like soy, spicy soy, fire spicy, or have a combination of two flavours instead. They also serve makgeolli and beer, which go perfectly with the fried chicken!
You can find their full menu here.
Address: 11, Jalan Solaris 2, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 12pm – 11:30pm daily
4. Jinjja Chicken
Jinjja Chicken aims to create and define ”The Authentic Asian Fast Food Joint”. It serves familiar and unique Korean meal fixes like noodles and rice that go well with fried chicken. What’s so special about Jinjja Chicken is that they source their ingredients and recipes from Korea. They also follow the Korean preparation method to retain the original taste of the Korean fried chicken. There are choices of sauce for your chicken like the soy garlic, yangnyeom or monster sauce.
5. NeNe Chicken
“NeNe” means “Yes Yes” in Korean, and these fast food outlets have been serving authentic Korean fried chicken since 1999. They serve fried chicken that is deliciously marinated, moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside with authentic Korean sauces. If you’re in a hurry, you can always trust NeNe Chicken for your quick fix of this delicious Korean dish. Even though they’re a fast-food chain, be at ease knowing that the chicken they serve is freshly fried and marinated.
6. BBQ Chicken
BBQ Chicken has many outlets all over the globe and is a promising restaurant for you to grab a meal with your loved ones. Their signature dish is, of course, their moist and tender fried chicken that comes with eight flavours to choose from. This includes Golden Olive, Basakhan, Hot Hot, Gang-Jeong, Cheesling, Soy Garlic, Mala and Gangnam Style. Their food is so good that you will definitely come back for more!
7. Chicken House
It may be easy to overlook Chicken House as another ordinary contender among the overwhelming fleet of Korean fried chicken restaurants. But it has proven its worth by offering one of the best fried chicken ever! The fried chicken served here is not only authentic but they are succulent, juicy and packed with flavour as well. You can follow the spicy chilli craze and go for the Hot Chili Fried Chicken that will definitely keep you hooked!
8. Chi Mac Bistro
Chi Mac Bistro makes a good case for itself by pairing beer with Korean fried chicken, the authentic Korean way! If you’re craving for Korean fried chicken in the middle of the night, Chi Mac would be the best place for you to satisfy your cravings considering its late operation hours. Their signature fried chicken is crispy and succulent, which goes very well with a pint of frothy amber! Don’t miss out on their cheese buldak if you’re hankering for a heavier meal.
Address: J-OG-15, Soho KL, Jalan Solaris, Solaris Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan
Hours: 3pm – 3:30am
9. K Fry Urban Korean
What’s a better way to end a meal of Korean fried chicken than with authentic Korean dessert? K Fry Urban Korean is not only famous for its fried chicken but also their bingsu dessert that is sure to bring a wonderful endnote to your meal. They offer a wide selection of food from Korean fried chicken, springy Korean noodles and toothsome dessert.
Click here to check for the nearest outlet!
10. KyoChon 1991
When talking about Korean fried chicken, KyoChon has to be mentioned. Being one of the first few Korean fried chicken restaurants, everyone would most probably know them. Their honey-glazed and soy garlic chicken, one of the most ordered dishes, will never get old and forever hold a place in our hearts!
Go to the nearest KyoChon today for some authentic Korean fried chicken!
Not in the mood to leave your house? Check out our Honey Butter Korean Fried Chicken Recipe and make your own serving at home! But, if you’re not one to cook, foodpanda is always here to help. The foodpanda app offers a large variety of cuisines and delivers straight to your doorstep.
Article Written By Marcovy
Marcovy is a passionate writer who thinks life is about living to eat and enjoying it to the fullest. He wanted to explore the restaurants around Malaysia and the idea of documenting those food experiences was what inspired him to start writing food blog.