Chir Chir Singapore New Menu Highlight: Honey Butter Chicken

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

I'm sure Chir Chir needs no further introductions (basically it’s a Korean fried chicken world!). I would like to take this time to correct the pronunciation as I have heard lots of version among my friends, it is actually pronounced as ‘Chi-Re Chi-Re’. J

It’s my honour to be among the first few to savour over the new items, which were launched on 4 April 2016. As you know, Chir Chir is a chain restaurant originated in South Korea and it what better way to attract k-food lovers than to introduce the Honey Butter Chicken | $28.9 derived from the famous Korean honey butter chips. Even for those who haven’t tried the chips (it applies to me too), you can imagine it just by having this chicken because according to my fellow foodie who have tried the chips mentioned that the chicken seasoning were really similar to the chips.

Having the honey butter sauce glazes over crispy buttered chicken, potato wages and pan-fried topokki, and finishes off with honey butter seasoning powder, dried cranberries and sliced almonds. Dip into the honeyed garlic mayo for ultimate satisfaction. It's so irresistible that you won't stop at one! 

Quench your thirst with these colourful smoothies such as Raspberry / Mojito / Aqua Double Smoothies | $12.9 each (top-up $3 for soju). These smoothies are be made up of ice-blended mango puree topped with raspberry / lime / mixed tropical fruits, and crowned with fresh whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles.

These smoothies is best shared by two and if you can’t make up your mind, may I suggest going with Raspberry Double Smoothie.

Next off the list, Topokki & Cheese | $9.9 - I would say it’s a spin-off of mac & cheese. Instead of macaroni, it is replaced with topokki (Korean rice cakes) and topped with chicken ham and bacon bits in creamy cheese sauce.

Spice it up with the Spicy Seafood Soup | $26.9, a spicy clam-based soup loaded with an entire squid, crayfish, prawns, mussels and glass noodles. Be wary as the spiciness comes after, however I think it’s quite shiok.

Up a notch, for the (even spicier) Spicy Topokki | $15.9, served in fiery gochujang (red pepper paste) sauce with topokki, sliced fishcake, cubed sweet potatoes, Cajun battered squid and deep-fried hardboiled egg. You may also choose to top-up $4 for breaded chicken tenders. It’s so spicy that I stopped after a few mouthful. I'm sticking to non-spicy fried chickens instead!

Going for something wholesome? Chir Chir serves oven roasted chickens too and it comes in Rosemary, Spicy BBQ and Garlic. The whole roasted Rosemary Chicken | $29.9 went through 12hours of marinating and accompanied with salt-baked egg, baked potato and salsa. My pick among the three, which I have tried previously.

313 Orchard Road,#B3-
04/05/06, Singapore 238895

799 New Upper Changi Road,
#02-05/06, Singapore 467351

133 New Bridge Road,
#01-43, Singapore 059413

Opening Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Fri-Sat: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11:00am - 3:00am

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