Monga Fried Chicken @ SingPost Centre, Paya Lebar

Monga Fried Chicken first introduced itself to Singapore’s palates back in September last year at JEM in Jurong East, followed by another outlet at Ion Orchard. It’s brand new outlet in SingPost Centre, Paya Lebar is not only its first on the east side of Singapore, but the only one (for now) with 25 dine-in seats. That’s not the only surprise – this is the only Monga outlet in the world with Monga Fried Chicken Bento Sets, so you can pair either two pieces of Monga Fried Chi

The Burg, Damansara Utama

In Malaysia and especially in Kuala Lumpur, we’re most definitely not short of the best street food that SouthEast Asia has to offer. From simple goreng pisang to lok-lok to even grilled sambal stingray, the array of midnight cuisines provides variety for any peckish Malaysian looking for a late night snack. Today, we’re introducing you to a new member of the burger community, The Burg Malaysia! Located in Uptown Damansara, this new player offers deliciously crunchy chicken b

Wing Wing, Pavilion KL

Earlier this year, we stumbled upon a fried chicken joint called Wing Wing in London (click here to our review) and we absolutely loved it! It's not your regular ol' fried chicken restaurant as the menu is inspired by the famous Korean chimaek (which literally means fried chicken and beer). Korean-style fried chicken has been gaining traction in Malaysia recently with its crispy batter accompanied by an array of specialty sauces that go tremendously well with the fried chicke

Sticky Wings, Westgate

Who doesn't love themselves some fried chicken? Well, west-siders rejoice as you can easily head to Sticky Wings in Westgate to satisfy those golden crispy cravings. Sticky Wings offers so many variations that I was spoiled for choice. You also get to choose from three different flavours, Sticky Kecup Manis, Spicy Flamin’ or just plain Naked, or even mix and match them to your heart's desire. And new to their menu is their Wings and Drumstick Lemak Sets ($7.90). Since I love

Nene Chicken, SkyAvenue Genting

Photo by Melvin | Exterior of NeNe Chicken During our crazy 24-hour food trail at SkyAvenue Genting, we tried so many interesting restaurants with different themes and cuisines. One of the places we went to was NeNe Chicken. Ne Ne Chicken is a brand originating from Seoul, and has been around since 1999, but only gracing is with its presence at SkyAvenue this year in January. Photo by Melvin | 3 Different Flavours of NeNe Chicken Wingettes & Drumettes selection At this fast f

Thunderbird, Canary Wharf

On the easternmost end of the Giant Robot in Canary Wharf, in a food court called Street Feast, lies the Thunderbird Fried Chicken stand. The brainchild of ex-racer Matt Harris, Thunderbird’s menu is based on his chicken wings that won the 2015 Wing Fest for the best wings in London. The business has since taken off, and exclusively serves wings and fried chicken in multiple forms. The Street Feast food court has an industrial décor yet has a relaxing feel to it. The Thunderb

Chicken Up, Subang Jaya

Before you make a trip to Chicken Up, you should know this: it is hugely popular! So you'll have to get there early to get a table and if you're dining in a big group, be sure to make a reservation. Chicken Up is a great addition to Subang's already-thriving and diverse food scene. It's in a strategic location, which might be a contributing factor to its crowds but beyond that, I believe its pull lies in the food. The best way to enjoy the food here at Chicken Up is to come w