We all love Korean food, be it sinful Korean Fried Chicken or hearty Army Stew. But there’s one issue with Korean food — it’s slightly pricey in Singapore. Chicken Up’s Buangkok outlet has just the solution to that, offering an Army Stew and Fried Chicken buffet for only S$29.90+.
This outlet is located at Compassvale, just a stone’s throw away from Buangkok MRT. While Chicken Up is maybe more well-known for its Tanjong Pagar outlet, this is a very convenient spot for purple line residents.
More importantly, the Chicken Up Buangkok outlet is the only one offering this special buffet menu.
$29.90 Full Menu KOREAN Army Stew + Fried Chicken Wings BUFFET! Only available at: Chicken Up Address: 277C Compassvale…Posted by Chicken Up on Wednesday, 31 March 2021
So what can you expect from the buffet? The pricing is S$29.90+ from Sunday to Thursdays, and a tad higher on Fridays and Saturdays at S$34.90+.
But what’s important is the amount of food you get from the buffet, and they really feed you. For S$29.90+, you get a huge assortment of Korean favourites at Chicken Up Buangkok.
The menu includes homely classics like Kimchi Fried Rice, Beef Bulgogi Rice, Spicy Pork Rice and Spicy Noodles with Mandu.
Not to mention, it only costs slightly more than the S$25 unlimited Chicken Wings promo they ran until earlier this year.
The main selling point for Chicken Up Buangkok is obviously their Signature Korean Fried Chicken Wings. These crunchy babies are first marinated for 12 hours and fried to a satisfying crisp.
You can tweak them to your liking a variety of sauces — from umami Soya sauce to Spicy Yangnyum. Or just have it Original, cos nothing beats the satisfying crisp of a simple fried chicken.
Besides Fried Chicken, you can also snack on Fries while chilling with friends. Not just plain fries either — they come with Kimchi, Truffle or Bulgogi, whichever you crave.
Army Stew would be the other big selling point of Chicken Up Buangkok’s buffet. Army Stews often cost up to S$20 by themselves already, so having this as part of the buffet is really quite a great deal.
This Army Stew comes with all your standard stuff like instant noodles, mushrooms, and hotdogs. But if you want a heartier, meatier broth then you can top up S$3 to add some Luncheon Meat.
Chicken Up Buangkok’s buffet is a great wallet-friendly alternative for Korean food lovers to satisfy all their cravings. Not only is it affordable but it’s right beside the MRT too, making it easier for you to get home before the food coma sets in.