28 Feb '16, 10am

Have you ever wanted your #FriedChicken served with hospital instruments? #ChickenClinic

Apart from Korean Fried chicken, there were Korean-Japanese fusion dishes such as Chicken Nanban ($18.50) – fried chicken dipped in spicy soy sauce, Chicken Karaage ($17.50), Chicken Yaki Udon ($15.50), Seafood Yaki Udon ($15) – stir-fried noodle with mixed seafood & pork.

Full article: http://danielfooddiary.com/2015/11/03/chickenclinic/

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