Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Kokioh, MyTOWN Shopping Centre

Crashing the hen party of KL's Korean fried chicken craze, Kokioh is worth a cluck - its Original Crispy flavour is satisfyingly crunchy to the bite, juicy to the chew (RM12 for two drumsticks; other flavour possibilities include Soy Honey to Fire & Fury). 

If you want more of that crackly battered goodness, the fried chicken burger is pretty tempting too (RM24). Starchy side options span true-blue Korean skewered spicy rice cakes (RM6) to the Malaysian-inflected santan-cooked rice (RM5; the short-grain rice turns out a tad too soggy in this recipe, without soaking up the flavour of the coconut milk). Wash down with a bottle of makgeolli, the milky, lightly sparkling rice wine (RM28).

Kokioh
G-038, MyTOWN Shopping Centre, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.


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6 comments:

  1. I thought this looks like another Korean fried chicken franchise and I am right! Love the cute cartoons!

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    1. Suituapui: korean fried chicken restaurants are ruling the roost at every malaysian mall! :D

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  2. You had me swooning at the sight of the fried chicken drumsticks! The burger looks pretty good too :)

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    1. PH: this place does good work with chicken - we enjoyed both the drumsticks and the burger :D

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  3. "Nasi Lemak" at a Korean restaurant definitely first time for me, but too bad it turns out to be not good =.="

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, think they just need to use a different rice and it should be better :)

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