Going Kko Kko

Not really sure what the name of this restaurant means but their chicken sure is the bomb! They have lots of chicken choices to choose from as well as other well-loved Korean dishes. We had a try at some which we simply found to be filling and interesting.

Its space was a bit small. It could get to a point where the distance of one table to the next may be tight. Still, people flock here for their food. I can just imagine the buzz going on at night especially during Friday night. It had simple interiors with the very eye-catching blackboard coupled with printed photos. I especially the wall with hanging plants as it gave this place that pop of color.

Complimentary starters that’s in keeping with the traditional Korean cuisine.
Lychee Iced Tea

This was simply refreshing on that very hot day! Perfect to pair with the dishes too

Chicken Cheese Fondue (Half at P658)
Salt & Pepper Fries
Onion Rings
Original Boneless Chicken Chunks

This is one of their most ordered dishes. Imagine dipping any of these three in cheese? I couldn’t believe it myself but it surely is a conversation starter! I liked how the cheese mix itself wasn’t cloying. It mixed with the three components there. We only ordered the half option but one could have it in whole which is priced at P988.

Beef Bulgogi Dosirak (P 238)

The beef here was very tender though I’m not so sure with the proportion here. It was served with some sweet dilis and cooked kimchi. The sweet dilis was a little hard to chew but I guess it’s supposed to balance the kimchi’s taste. It was still one good dish though I wish there was more of the beef.

Snow Chicken (Half at P368)

Guys, this dish is cooked. No, it’s not flour but a cheese coating on the outside. Its flavor actually surprised me as it didn’t taste that cheesy. The chicken itself was cooked really well. It had this crunchy exterior while having that juicy meat inside. One could also order a full size of this at P598.

With all the chicken dishes served here, I would say that they deserve to be called as “Home of the Seoul Chicken”. Well, I haven’t been to many Korean restaurants that has the same offers. But the ones here simply deliver on taste. Whether this has piqued or instilled that mad chicken craving in you, one would definitely go Kko Kko at this chicken joint.

Kko Kko
G/F Sapphire Bloc Ortigas Center,
Garnet Road, Ortigas,
Pasig City
Facebook: Β https://www.facebook.com/KkoKkoPH/
Instagram: Β https://www.instagram.com/kkokkoph/
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  1. From the looks of it, I think the name Kko Kko is a Korean onomatopoeia for a chicken clucking. πŸ™‚

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