<br>BBQ Chicken is a franchise from South Korea and specialises in chicken. It has more than 2500 stores in South Korea and is the first franchise company to be listed as Korea's top 100 brands. It is also the creator of the Olive Luxury Chicken and the first to use pure olive oil to fry chicken. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:30
Other Info
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Grilled Chicken Omelette Rice Jamaican BBQ Chicken Olive Chicken
Review (2)
Level4 2014-03-27
Fried chickens have always been my favourite main course as well as snacks.  The fried chickens at BBQ chicken definitely able to impress me, especially it is all cooked with olive oil, which is my fragrant and great for health.For two pieces of Olive Luxury chicken served with fries and coleslaw is at $14.90, which is quite alright for a restaurant's pricing.  Chicken meat was quite huge in portion and the meat is very juicy and tender.  Coleslaw is fresh and crunchy, and also the french fries are crispy and not too salty. The combination of these 3 items make this main course really delicious!Cream of mushroom was abit lacking as it taste extractly from the can soup which is not that favourful.  Pepsi was gassy and fresh.  Restaurant environment is spacious and comfortable, service is friendly but quite slow in serving the food. continue reading
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What do you think about Fast Food, unhealthy or sinful? Yet I discovered that BBQ Chicken denied all these statement, introducing a guilty-free version Fried Chicken. I am meat lover, always say YES to pork, chicken and steak. I found this would be the healthier choice from my list. Unlike other fried chicken, it was well marinated for more than 24 hours with unique sauce of numerous natural seasoning before it cooked to be golden yellowish. Total of 2 pieces crispy chicken, I had mine to be accompanied with Coleslaw and French Fries. Or else you may choose Mashed Potato or Olive rice, any two side dishes out of four. Still crispy and tangy, it makes no difference with normal fried chicken. Portion for me was okay, it costed $14.90. Worth or not, you have to figure out yourself. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)