What do we want? Fried chicken! When do we want it? Every single day. Why do we want it? Because it’s so good on the taste buds and even better for the soul.
Thus, we’ve helped you list some jjang restaurants in the Klang Valley so you can decide for yourself- which is the best Korean Fried Chicken?
Kyochon has been a solid part of the Korean fried chicken wave ever since it set up shop in Malaysia.
Well known for its crispy, juicy fried chicken coated generously in Korean sauces, it’s a treat for everyone to have.
Plus, they have outlets at major shopping centers, so you can shop too! Check their website for outlets and opening hours.
Sinfully crispy and generously brushed with sauce, 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken is where you go when you’re craving that crunch.
Pair the crispy goodness with a side of seaweed fries to round off a yummy meal!
They also have a few outlets in shopping malls for easy access, check the locations here.
Choo Choo Chicken
Crunchy and deliciously saucy, Choo Choo Chicken has many flavours to choose from. They also have traditional Korean stews available as well.
Find the closest store to you on their website (and check out the menu too!)
No, you don’t get to eat fried chicken in the dark- but you should definitely eat fried chicken covered in thick gooey cheese.
The servers will melt and wrap the cheese expertly at your table, so you can focus on Instastory-ing the process. Bring friends, most dishes are sharing sizes!
There are currently three locations (SS15, Sri Petaling, and Desa Parkcity). Opening times vary!
If you really love cheese, Nanda Chicken delivers. Chicken and lots of cheese is what you’re getting when you dine at Nanda Chicken.
They have multiple locations in Malaysia, so you’re never too far away from delicious cheesiness.
If you walk into a restaurant called Chicken House and expect anything else but delicious fried chicken, you’re delusional. The exterior isn’t fancy, and the interior is basic, but Chicken House houses extraordinary fried chickens (see what I did there?).
Chicken House only has one location as of now, in Solaris Mont Kiara.
Eid Halal Korean Restaurant
Fried chicken is only one of the food items that Muslim-Korean owner serves at his restaurant. They serve plenty of other classic Korean dishes as well, which makes this place a great choice for a full Korean meal.
Eid Halal Korean Restaurant is family-owned and is located in Bangi.
The popular halal Singaporean Korean fast food chain is located in Mid Valley and Sunway Pyramid.
Their chicken comes in 3 flavours: soy-garlic, yangnyeom (sweet & spicy), and monster (really, really spicy).
K Fry Urban Korean
Fried chicken wrapped snugly in savoury cheese, what’s not to love? The portions here are on the larger side for sharing, so bring friends and family!
Choose from 3 flavours: Krazy Spicy Cheesy, Original Crispy, and Honey Mustard Cheesy.
Find the closest K Fry to you here.
Chir Chir Chicken
If you’re looking for more adventurous flavours to go with your Korean fried chicken, Chir Chir (pronounced chi-re chi-re, who would have thought) Chicken is the place to visit.
They boast special flavours such as the Curry Fried Chicken and Honey Butter Chicken, and you can eat them with special mini tongs to keep your hands clean.
So technically Goobne doesn’t sell Korean fried chicken- they serve up the healthier alternative, Korean oven-baked chicken, instead.
Still, the chicken wings are delicious and comes in five different flavours: spicy Volcano, spicy Galbi, Deep Cheese, Soy Garlic, and Original.
Drop by and feast guilt-free at MyTown Shopping Centre, Cheras.
The Cafe Chicken (Serves alcohol)
Run by a Korean couple, they dish out the tantalising fried chicken in two classic flavours- soy, or sweet-and-spicy.
This restaurant is open until 2AM, perfect for those late-night cravings. (Ps. Calories consumed after midnight don’t count!)
Find this hole-in-wall restaurant in Desa Sri Hartamas.
Have you been to any of these places? What do you think of them? Did we miss anywhere? Let us know on social media.
Anne is an advocate of sustainable living and the circular economy, and has managed to mum-nag the team into using reusable containers to tapau food. She is also a proud parent of 4 cats and 1 rabbit.