Hoolala Korean Chicken House
Amber Square, 7 Escriva Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila
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- Fried Chicken
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Move over KFC Chizza. This is how you do cheese over chicken.
Korean-style chicken with lots of cheese. Yummy. I tried the Oh My Garlic. Very enjoyable. Tender meat. Flavorful sauce (sweet and salty with a decent amount of garlic).
Kimchi fried rice had luncheon meat in it. Nice. But it wasn't spicy. Just tangy enough to be appetizing.
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chicken is still chicken :) dont see so special, but price wise ok na here kesa bonchon or other korean store :)
they have actually ginseng chicken here, pero d ko pa natrytry :)
mukang rin zero degree beers here, masaya happy hour :)
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Most Pinoys' foray into the world of Korean fried chicken started with Bonchon (and just recently, Kyochon) but the real adventure begins with small independent Korean-owned restaurants such as Hoolala. (Grace Lee is one of the co-owners.) They have the most comprehensive selection of Korean-style fried chicken - the basic fried chicken, Yang-Nyum or chicken glazed in various sauces, the Snow chicken doused in different seasoning powders, Pa-Dak chicken (similar to Yang-Nyum but with the addition of spring onions) and the Boneless Cheesy Melt (pictured here). I just had to try the latter - it had me at the cheese part. It was as delicious as I had imagined it to be - crispy boneless chicken baked in lots and lots of mozzarella cheese, best paired with kimchi fried rice and an extra order of kimchi.
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