1 Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre Me­nara Hap Seng Pav­il­ion Kuala Lumpur

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

En­light­en­ment doesn’t al­ways have to oc­cur un­der a tree. Some­times, en­light­en­ment can hap­pen while you have your sleeves rolled up upon de­vour­ing a plate of crispy fried chicken with your fin­gers. Ky­oChon 1991 en­ti­tles you to just that: think suc­cu­lent, ten­der chicken meat coated in smooth bat­ter that’s ro­bust and packed with fresh flavour. The award-win­ning South Korean fran­chise has gar­nered fans from the US, Thai­land, China, Philip­pines, In­done­sia and now, Malaysia. Ky­oChon 1991 uses 100% nat­u­ral, zero anti-bi­otic young chick­ens that are 30-35 days old in or­der to achieve juicy suc­cu­lence as com­pared to us­ing older chick­ens that have more mus­cle tis­sue. Ev­ery wing and drumette is pre­pared fresh upon or­der­ing and ex­pertly sauced by hand. If you tire of the same old ‘eleven herbs and spices’ recipe, then you’ll be de­lighted to know that Ky­oChon 1991 of­fers other op­tions that will tickle your taste buds. The pa­per-thin skin is crispy and healthy, thanks to hav­ing less bat­ter and more meaty good­ness. Also, the fried chicken is cooked with nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents and fried with canola oil that’s good for

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2015/2016 health, thanks to its high nu­tri­tional value. A serv­ing of five orig­i­nal soy gar­lic wings is just 215 calo­ries which is equiv­a­lent to one wing piece at reg­u­lar fast food out­lets. You may have to pay a lit­tle more or wait a lit­tle longer than at a fast food joint, but if qual­ity and fresh­ness if what you’re aim­ing for, then these guilt­free chicks are worth the wait and the price.


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