Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

Put on the plas­tic gloves and flex your fin­gers, the path to en­light­en­ment be­gins with fried chicken. This South Korean fran­chise is en­dorsed by ul­tra hot ac­tor Lee Min Ho, and we think that it’s im­pos­si­ble for him to main­tain such flaw­less com­plex­ions while hav­ing co­pi­ous amounts of fried chicken. But then again, Ky­ochon is no or­di­nary fried chicken. Ky­ochon has high re­quire­ments for chick­ens that are 30 – 35 days old and dou­ble fried in canola oil for that ex­tra juici­ness. Th­ese hor­mone­free and drug-free birds are sourced lo­cally from JAKIM-cer­ti­fied ha­lal sup­pli­ers, and de­liv­ered fresh and chilled, never frozen. This fac­tor has al­ready made all the dif­fer­ence. Open since 1991, the 23 year old brand has es­tab­lished more than 1,000 out­lets in Korea, while spread­ing their wings to USA, China, In­done­sia, and now, in Malaysia. The One Utama out­let has al­ready at­tracted hordes of Malaysians look­ing for their next fried chicken fix as well as Lee Min Ho fans ea­ger to check out Lee Min Ho mem­o­ra­bilia. One thing to re­mem­ber though, Ky­ochon cooks the chicken upon or­der, so it’s at least a 15 minute wait for your de­li­cious, crunchy, and most im­por­tantly, guilt-free fried chicken that comes in six dif­fer­ent flavours. Def­i­nitely not a fast food restau­rant. LG311, New Wing, One Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre, PJ (­ Open­ing soon in Pavil­ion KL and Sun­way Pyra­mid.

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