Get your fix of saucy and spicy Korean fried chicken, bulgogi burgers & more under S$10 at this Korean-owned hawker stall

by Marcus Leong

I don’t know about you but I love me some good Korean fried chicken. PSA to all who enjoy chimaek, there’s a new hawker stall in town that serves some spicy and saucy wings that pair perfectly well with your pint of beer. Located in One Punggol Hawker Centre, Phat Jack SG promises to be finger-licking good (oops, sorry KFC)

Phat Jack SG

Run by a Korean national living in Singapore, the hawker stall is best known for its Yangnyeom Korean Fried Chicken (from S$6.80). The battered chicken is fried to a golden crisp before being gloriously glazed in a sweet and spicy sauce. The sauce does pack quite a punch but thankfully the sweetness makes it more palatable and bearable — although those with a low spice tolerance will probably beg to differ. 

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If the spicy chicken wings are too hot for you to handle, then you can opt for the non-spicy Soy Garlic option, which comes dressed in a sweet-savoury and garlicky sauce. But of course, when it comes to chowing down on fried chicken, why settle for one when you can have both? The banban (or half-half) option lets you enjoy the best of both worlds. 

Phat Jack SG
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Korean fried chicken isn’t the only item on the menu here. Phat Jack SG also serves some thicc and juicy burgers which come with a side of shoestring fries. For instance, the Beef Bulgogi Burger (S$7.80) comprises caramelised onions, fresh lettuce, house-made mayonnaise, and a bulgogi-marinated beef patty. 


For spice-seekers, Phat Jack’s best-selling Gochujang Fried Chicken Burger (S$7.20) is the one for you. The burger features a chunky fried chicken patty drenched in Phat Jack’s signature spicy gochujang sauce, alongside with house-made cabbage slaw for extra crunch. 

Phat Jack SG

The Oyster Mushroom Beef Burger (S$8.60) is another crowd favourite. Sandwiched between two sesame burger buns are king oyster mushrooms glazed in teriyaki sauce, caramelised onions, Korean daikon, melted cheese, and a hefty beef patty. A splash of the signature spicy yangnyeom sauce is added as a finishing touch to the burger. All these burgers are best enjoyed alongside light snacks like Mozzarella cheese sticks and Cheese fries. 

Looking for something to spice up your day? Phat Jack SG at One Punggol Hawker Centre is the place to go. 

Phat Jack SG
???? 1 Punggol Drive, #02-17 One Punggol Hawker Centre, Singapore 828629
????11am–2.30pm, 5pm–8.30pm (Daily)

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