Dear diners, for private reservations on Level 3 please call the restaurant directly. Kindly take note that the minimum spending is SG$400. Thank you.
If you have a craving for KFC, you’re in for a very special treat at Kko Kko Chicken Bar in the heart of Singapore’s Bugis district. This is not the Colonel’s Kentucky version, but a mouthwatering selection of homemade Korean fried chicken perfected by chef Ms Eon Lee. The Korean fried chicken served to the hungry public of Kandahar Street (many from the Korean community as well as Singapore locals and foreign visitors) is fiery, crunchy and grease-free, and it’s available in four delicious flavours. Book a table and head on over for a deep-fried delight that you can wash down with as much soju and cocktails as you can take, because they certainly have a lot to choose from!
Good food and good environment. If the aircon more strong at 2nd floor would be very nice though. Overall is good experience to dine in this restaurant.
Food is great, will be better if there are smaller portion available. Watermelon Soju is nice. Service is wonderful. Looking forward to return soon and hopefully level 2 is available then.
Korean fried chicken is indescribably delicious, and diners from Seoul to Singapore are enjoying this fiery fried feast of fowl. The version at Kko Kko Chicken Bar on Kandahar Street is among the very best, high on spice and flavour but low on grease. It’s offered up in a very cool setting alongside an impressive selection of drinks that gives this Bugis haunt more of a bar vibe than the main Kko Kko Nara eatery on Tanjong Pagar Road: from modern Korean cocktails to satisfying coffee, Scotch whisky and international beers, you’ll find a drink to suit any occasion.
As amazingly good as the Korean fried chicken is, it is by no means the only thing on offer to eat at Kko Kko Chicken Bar on Kandahar Street. Oven-baked chicken is available too, with the same range of sauces – original, soy garlic, sweet & spicy and hot & spicy – and a few extras in the form of pork and beef dishes such as bulgogi, soondae and steak. Add to these the Korean-style pancakes and that huge drinks selection and you’re onto a superb Singapore night out in Bugis – just remember to book your table ahead of time, because people rarely go just once and they can get very crowded on occasion.