Here we go again for some Korean Food Trip!
Eating Kyochon for tonight’s dinner. It’s Lee Min Ho you’ll see when you settle down in the table. Such a refreshing face.
I love that Kyochon tells us consumers that they cook our meals with fresh ingredients, different from instant food that we are accustomed to.
For our appetizer, we called a Soonsal Wrap. It’s basically chicken fried in a special batter then wrapped with some ham, cheese and other spices. Warning for non spicy eaters, this is really hot!
Their Chicken Galbi Steak Set comes with Grilled Chicken, some salad and a bowl of rice with egg. You can choose from Kimchi Rice, Garlic Rice or Steamed Rice. The chicken was nothing special, just your regular grilled chicken. It’s juicy though. The salad is also so so. I’m not a fan of Vinaigrette based salads. The rice though, I am pretty sure that this is one of the best tasting garlic rice ever! So good we ordered another bowl.
The main stars in Kyochon! They actually serve their chicken in 3 flavors – Original, Honey and Red.
We ordered Original Drumsticks by 4 pcs and Honey Wings by 5 pcs. Based on our taste test, the Original is better. The Honey is too sweet. Both series are super crunchy, the meat is juicy and not dry.
Kyochon is definitely worth another visit. Far from its competitor with the same sounding name. A little bit expensive but sure tastes better.
2 thoughts on “Food Trip: Kyochon”
Thank you for the review Yvette! Now I’m looking forward to try this restau. Where is this located?
Hi Peach. We tried the branch in Robinson’s Place Manila. It’s at the basement, just beside Mr Pizza. Along with Yabu and others.