[SG EATS] JINJJA CHICKEN- Korean Fried Chicken Craze | BUGIS

Pie Face shop location at Bugis Village has been taken up by the new F&B venture a week ago. Singaporeans cannot get enough of Korean Fried Chicken craze and this latest venture in the market is the Jinjja Chicken. Jinjja Chicken is the fast-food concept selling Korean fried chicken that officially grand opening on 7th November 2015.Jinjja Chicken BugisSince it is their soft opening, there are running a promotion that purchase of any main menu items ; there will be free 4pcs of Korean fried chicken until 6th November. So, grab the deals and try out their Jinjja Chicken.

Since it is a fast-food concept, orders and payments are made in advance at the cashier counter. We were given a device to wait for it to signal us for collection at the foods collection counter.Jinjja Chicken Bugis 1

Other than signature Korean fried chicken, burgers, noodles and fries are available in sets. Here are our orders:-

Set A- Jinjia Wings [6pcs S$7.90 | 12pcs S$14.90 | 18pcs S$19.90 )Jinjja Chicken Bugis 4 Jinjja Chicken Bugis 3We ordered the 6pcs with the choice of mix (soy garlic and yangnyeom) and top up another S$6.90 for a soft drink, fries and bingsu. The fried chicken tasted flavourful on the outer layer but the inner meat was tasteless. My favourite will be the Ganjang (soy garlic) flavour.Jinjja Chicken Bugis 2

The tteokbokki fries are addictive though. And,the fruit paradise bingsu flavour was surprisingly good. The shaved ice was fine crush with the fruity sweetness in it.

Kimchi Tofu Burger S$6.90 (ala carte)Jinjja Chicken Bugis 6

We opt for ala-carte since we have the initial set comes with drink, fries and bingsu. You can top up additional S$6.90 for the side choices. I was quite disappointed when I saw it as the photo shown at the display was filled with kimchi. Ours was not like what is shown. Nevertheless, the tofu goes pretty well with the kimchi and it would even better if they are generous with the kimchi serving as I felt that I am just having plain tofu burger with no other taste.Jinjja Chicken Bugis 5

Total bill was S$22.70 nett. I would be back for their bingsu that is selling at S$5.90 if the quality of the shaved ice and taste consistency remains. As this is a fast-food concept, I find it reasonably price and taste was on par with its value.

So, in celebration of their grand opening this Saturday (7th November), Jinjja Chicken is giving away 1,000 pcs of their signature Jinjja Wings from 11:30AM – 1:00PM and 2 FREE Jinjja Wings per persons-no strings attached. For more information, check out their facebook page for more information.

Jinjia Chicken

249 Victoria Street
Singapore 188034
Opening Hours: 11:00PM – 10:00PM
Website: http://www.jinjjachicken.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jinjjachicken/

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