[SG EATS] CHICKEN CLINIC – KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN| THOMSON V TWO, SIN MING ROAD

Chi-Maek referring to perfect combination of Chicken and Beer which is loved by Koreans like the drama “ My Love from The Star”. This combination is still going strong in F&B Singapore lately and Chicken Clinic is the latest addition. Chicken Clinic located at Thomson V Two (walking distance from Marymount MRT Station) specialized in Japanese and Korean style Fried Chicken. Nic and I was there around 4plus and the shop was empty and we were greeted by the staff with the menu and an order chit. We browsed through the menu and tick on our orders before handed back to the staff.Chicken ClinicSince, the shop space is limited; we can actually get a glimpse on how the foods are prepared. The indoor seating can only fit up to 8 pax and there are few tables for outdoor seating area.Once the order is placed, we waited for approximately 10-15 minutes time for the foods to serve.

Seasoned Spicy Chicken S$19.50Chicken Clinic Thomson V Two Chicken Clinic Thomson V Two-1

We were being warned that there is certain spiciness level in it. Fried chickens dipped in Korean style sweet chili sauce look fiery red and I was expecting it to be fiery spicy too. But, it turned to be mild spicy with more sweetness in it. I don’t take spicy but I can handle the spiciness here. As I had more of it, I can taste the garlicky taste in it too. The set comes with sides of a small pail of fries, salad and also the seasoned pickles.

The unique of Chicken Clinic here is that the sauce is served in syringe form and you seem like having doing an ‘operation’ to eat it.

Watermelon Soju 400ml S$15.90Chicken Clinic Watermelon Soju

It is a refreshing fruity alcoholic drink to enjoy with the fried chicken. If you notice, there are lemon slices in the watermelon soju enhance the tangy taste in it. We were served with 2 small soju cups and it was quite hassle to keep pouring it as we finish it at one gulp each time. After few rounds of drinking, I can feel the alcohol kick starting to take effect.

Buta Yakiniku Dong S$10.50Chicken Clinic Buta Yakiniku Dong

Steam Rice with pork dipped in soy sauce. The pork slices were as thin as 0.2mm were served. It would be nice if pork slices can be thicker and more gravy added in so that overall meal is not too dry.

Overall the services here are friendly and approachable. The lady gave us suggestions before we decide on our orders. The Korean chef was in smile all the time and you can feel their polite manners to the customers.

Chicken Clinic also has monthly promotion and here are the current ones:-

Happy Hour 30% Off – 12:00PM – 5:00PM

Limited to the fried chicken menus and not valid with other discounts

Happy Lunch Time [FREE DRINK] – 12:00PM – 2:00PM

Limited to the Rice Menus, Non-Alcoholic Drinks only and also not valid with other discounts

Happy Chicken Clinic

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Chicken Clinic

11 Sin Ming Road
#01-13 Thomson V Two
Singapore 575629
Operating Hours:
Monday 3:00PM- 9:30PM
Tuesday – Sunday 11:30AM – 9:30PM
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3 thoughts on “[SG EATS] CHICKEN CLINIC – KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN| THOMSON V TWO, SIN MING ROAD”

  1. Hi! Chicken Clinic is open on Mondays too. The operating hours are:
    Monday – 3pm to 9.30pm
    Tuesday to Sunday – 11.30am to 9.30pm

    Hope that clarifies!

    – Serene (staff at Chicken Clinic)

  2. Thank you Hazel for making the change and as well as your review! We will take your feedback into consideration and strives to improve our standards. Thank you for your support!

    – Chicken Clinic

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