Chicken & Waffles is EVERYTHING.
A typical all-American diner food this is, and one that we always crave for. Somehow, we didn’t have many options in Singapore, till recently. Suddenly, everyone is crazy about Chicken & Waffles, and that means more and more F&B establishments are jumping onto the bandwagon and coming up with their renditions.
We are certainly not complaining; we are up for this dish of fluffy waffles with fried golden-brown chicken anytime!
Chicken & Waffles first started gaining popularity in American-theme restaurants such as OverEasy and The Beast. Now, you can even find value-for-money options in coffee shops and in the heartlands of Singapore. We have collated a list of Best Chicken & Waffles in Singapore You Must Try!
There are restaurants that we return to because we love the ambiance, there are those that we return to because the prices are friendly, then there are also those that hold a special place in our hearts simply because the team of chefs and waitstaff are like friends to us.
Cook & Brew at The Westin Singapore is one of those places, and it is not your typical restaurant. It is a gastrobar, sitting high on the 33rd level and with a glimpse of the city from above, with an exuberant team who are ever passionate about their food and beers, and a comprehensive menu that covers your bar snacks, mains, desserts and all the beers that you can ever dream of.
A recent change of menu had us revisiting the gastrobar, and Chef Aaron has a lot to impress, indeed. On a side note, his humble personality and comical expressions make it so easy to like him. Hailing from Canada, this man is famed for making his own sausages and meatballs, and man, do we need those with our beers!
But of course, Cook & Brew’s new menu is so fascinating that you might just need more trips back to try everything. Here are some highlights from its revamp, and 12 star dishes that you definitely must try from Cook & Brew’s new menus:
I love KFC! I’m referring to Korean Fried Chicken, not Kentucy Fried Chicken (even though I will find it hard to say no to that too).
Kko Kko Nara Korean Restaurant on Tras Street (Tanjong Pagar) is a mom-and-pop chicken place that has been around for a while. They are famous for their Korean Fried Chicken, and the best part is they operate till late night 4am. For those of you who are always on the lookout for new supper place in Singapore — how about some Korean Fried Chicken and soju?