BHC Chicken is opening at KINEX in Paya Lebar
Singaporeans were whipped into a frenzy when famous Korean fried chicken joint BHC Chicken landed in Singapore back in April—the eatery still sees queues today, so here’s some welcome news. They’re opening soon at KINEX in Paya Lebar!
There isn’t much news about the opening yet, but we’re hoping that this new outlet in the East will stock the same full menu of goodies that fans know and love. We’ll update this post with more info when we have it, but here’s the lowdown on what you might look forward to, if you’ve not been to BHC Chicken.
The star dish at BHC Chicken is the Bburinkle Chicken, which sees their crispy and juicy fried chicken coated in a cheese, onion and garlic seasoning.
With each order, you’ll get Bburinkle Dip: a light, creamy dip version of the powder coating each piece of chicken. Get this as a set of Wings ($23.90++), Boneless ($27.90++), or a Whole ($31.90++) chicken.
It’s also available in a Hot Bburinkle ($31.90++) edition; otherwise more spicy options here include Hot Retro ($21.90++/$25.90++/$29.90++) or Red King ($23.90++/$27.90++/$31.90++).
Red King, as its name suggests, is coated in a dark red, spicy sauce, laced with slices of red and green chilli peppers, while Macho King ($23.90++/$27.90++/$31.90++), one of BHC Chicken’s bestsellers too, is coated in aged soya sauce and a honey-based Oriental sauce.
If you just want pure fried chicken, go for Retro ($21.90++/$25.90++/$29.90++), a classic fried chicken that’s crunchy and a little bit spicy. This comes with a Sweet & Sour Dip.
Accompany your fried chicken with Original ($5.90++) or Bburing ($6.90++) Cheese Balls too!
That’s not all, you can also order Pork Kimchi Stew ($16.90++), Fish Congee ($12.90++), and Rabokki ($12.90++), which has both tteokbokki and ramyeon in a single dish—it comes in a Rose ($14.90++) version too.
Some of our colleagues tried everything on the menu at BHC Chicken: watch the video below to find out what they thought!
For all-you-can-eat Korean fried chicken, head to Pot Addiction, which has a $16.90++ buffet with unlimited serves of the fried chook! Alternatively, Kelim Dakdoritang is another famous Korean brand which has just opened in Singapore with spicy Korean braised chicken.
Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, KINEX, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: TBD
BHC Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery