Filipinos have grown to love Korean food, from K-dramas to Korean restaurants, it would be safe to say that Filipinos embraced the Korean culture so well. Here are six restaurants prove that the Hallyu wave has hit the Philippines so hard.
Frankie’s Korean wings
Frankie’s is a casual dining restaurant and its specialty is mainly chicken wings. It offers awesome Korean spices, hitting all the flavors, and is packed with a spicy punch! Sweet, spicy, tangy, and savory — you name it, Frankie’s got it!
Photograph courtesy of ig/frankieswings
Brothers Burger’s Korean BBQ chicken wings
Brothers Burger’s Korean BBQ Chicken Wings will surely capture your heart especially if you love Korean BBQ. This is surely worth it once you taste the flavorful ingredients in Brothers Burger’s BBQ wings.
Photograph courtesy of ig/wingstop
Wingstop’s Spicy Korean Q
If you are a fan of spicy foods, Wingstop’s Spicy Korean Q is the perfect wings for you! With ginger, garlic, sriracha and crushed red pepper as the ingredients, it has the perfect balance of sweet and spicy flavors that give it more kick.
Kenny Rogers heard our Korean cravings as they introduced a Korean-inspired flavor to their signature chicken — the Kimcheese roast. This roasted chicken is made with Gochujang paste, a South Korean condiment, that comes with potatoes and kimchi on the side.
Photograph courtesy of ig/kennyrogersph
Korean-inspired chicken sandwich
When we talk about fried chicken, Korea ranks as the best one. On the other hand, Shake Shack makes one of the crunchiest fried chicken sandwiches, so when Shake Shack announced that they will be having a Korean-style fried chicken sandwich, it is expected to surely be a bomb! Dubbed as the Gochujang Chick’n, it is a combination of
gochujang-glazed crispy chicken breast fillet, a white kimchi slaw, and nutty sesame seeds in soft buns that will surely fix your Korean chicken cravings.
Photograph courtesy of ig/shakeshackph
Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things’ K-Bomb/K-Pop Wings
Out of the Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things’ 18-sauce variants, two of those are for Korean lovers. The K-Bomb, which is the second spiciest offering that requires a signed waiver before consumption, and the K-Pop, which is the restaurant’s take on the classic Korean soy-glazed chicken wings. This is surely for the Koreans at heart who are craving for a bit of spiciness and flavor in their chicken wings.
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