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ChickenUp is well known and best loved for serving authentic Korean Fried Chicken. By adapting the Korean methods of removing the fat from the skin and double-frying, Chicken Up created its own distinct variation of fried chicken, featuring juicy, sumptuous and tender chicken meat under its thin and crunchy skin without being too greasy. Best known for its signature SpicyUp and YangNyum style fried chicken. ChickenUp also serves several variations of the dish with the accompaniment of different sauces such as soya and curry sauces. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Spicy Up Watermelon Soju Melon Bingsu Yangnyum Kimchi Fries
Review (1)
Arrived at the restuarant at ard 6.45pm, it was still quite empty. The staff was quick to serve us to our seats and attend to us when we were ready to order. Bought the $50 voucher from Qoo10 at th price of $30.Mega chicken (Yangyam): The chicken was still as good as usual. The yangyam sauce that coated around the chicken was really flavourful and it make us lick every single drop of the sauce that was left behind. I find the mega chicken is more worth it for me as I am not really a wing person Bulgogi fries: I really like this as it was something that appear unexpectedly good  to me. The fries was topped with beef to give a sweet taste and cheese that gives the cheesy smell. Yum yum!! Recommend for those who like to try new things apart from the usual truffle or salted egg yolk fries. Would try their kimchi fries the next visit, it looks nice too as the couple beside us was having that.Yangpa Bomb: Deep fried onion, pretty normal but it comes with a spicy taste when we ate towards the middle portion. It seems that the seasoning was not well-proportion. Had better ones before at other places. continue reading
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