We all know Chicken Up as the place to go for Korean Fried Chicken and Soju, especially their Watermelon Soju at the Tanjong Pagar outlet. But Chicken Up has arrived at Centerpoint too! Now you can visit for your korean food craving fix!
Together with a few friends, we visited Chicken Up at Centerpoint for some Korean food fix. We had the Ugly Tang, a.k.a Army Stew ($30). Filled with ingredients enough to serve 2, we watch with all eagerness for the soup to boil and the ramen to cook! I LOVE the ramen which soaked up the soup base really well. Also, you can ask the staff to add in more soup for you if it is turning dry. Hehe.
We also had a really instagrammable dish, the Snow Squid Topokki ($39). This portion is huge to serve 2-3 ladies depending on your personal eating habits. Haha. The beautifully fried squid is imported from Korea and it taste really fresh. Perfectly battered squid and the squid comes in rings, so it is easier for you to eat. Do not worry as the staff will provide a table side service to help you with cutting the squid so that it is easier to eat :)
Just a little snack at the side while waiting for the other dishes to arrive, we had the Bulgogi Fries ($18). Served with slices of bulgogi beef and topped with special sauce and mayo, it is a delight to share with friends before you dig in to the main dishes later.
If you wanna have soju and don't wanna get drunk so quickly, try this Grapefruit Sojurita ($20). The sweetness of the grapfruit slushie at the bottom is so delightful that you will forget about the grapefruit soju stuck to it. Pull the bottle of soju up bit by bit to release the soju within to add the alcoholic kick to your drink and slowly enjoy it throughout your meal. No bitter taste at all from this grapefruit soju, SUPER Recommend for ladies!
If you wanna go for something non alcoholic, you can take a look at their wide range of lightbulb drinks menu. From mocktails to smoothies, I'm sure there will be something for everyone.
Here we had: Mango, Strawberry Banana, Blue Lemon, Matcha Latte ($6/each)
Last but not least, it's dessert time to end the meal off on a sweet note, I always believe in this and we had the Watermelon Bingsoo! It is filled with Milk shaved ice, topped with watermelon balls, red bean and a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Cool and refreshing dessert to coll off the heat from the spicy food earlier on.
If you have been following my instagram, the 1 for 1 Bingsoo voucher giveaway has closed.
But not to worry, I have 3 X 4pcs Soya Chicken Wing Vouchers for Giveaway.
Follow these steps to qualify:
1) Follow Chicken Up on Instagram @Chickenupsg
2) Like Michhysaurous Facebook Page
3) Comment Below who is your favourite Korean Drama & Why?
Giveaway ends on 26 March 2017.
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With Love, M♥