• Tuesday, 16 July 2019
World Biggest KyoChon Branch @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
25 Jan

World Biggest KyoChon Branch @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

KyoChon Malaysia

Lot 1.54, Level 1, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : –
FB : KyoChon Malaysia

Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.


Lee Min Ho, KyoChon’s new spokeperson after the contract with Super Junior expired in March 2014

KyoChon’s 3 promises to the customers:

* To never, ever serve fast food
* To only use 100% natural ingredients
* To use only fresh and healthy chickens

Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently had the chance to witness the opening of KyoChon’s 3rd branch in Malaysia after the one in 1 Utama and Menara Hap Seng. The new branch in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur will be KyoChon’s biggest outlet in the whole world.

Welcome speech by Dato’ Steven Chin, chairman of KyoChon Malaysia

The famous KyoChon Fried Chicken from Seoul with over 1,000 outlets globally since 1991, has expanded its presence on the world map including branches in China, Indonesia, Thailand, America, Philippines and Malaysia with Hong Kong to follow soon.

Welcome speech by Mr Kwon Won-Kang, chairman of KyoChon Korea

KyoChon founder Mr Kwon Won-Kang started KyoChon Fried Chicken 23 years ago in Gu-mi, a small town in South Korea. The name ‘KyoChon’ is a combination of Korean word ‘Kyo’ (pure) and ‘Chon’ (village), and it represents the philosophy of the brand, which is, insisting on nothing but the most natural ingredients and healthy way to produce their food.

Traditionally, fried chicken is linked to fast food. KyoChon is determined to change the perception and everything at KyoChon is made fresh, using only antibiotic and growth hormone free chickens, eschewing frozen chicken wings and drumsticks for chilled chickens delivered daily. The fried chickens are also MSG free and cooked exclusively in healthy Canola oil.

Mr Kwon also pioneered the double-frying technique which is generally acknowledged by fans of Korean style fried chicken, for longer lasting crispiness and less greasy fried chicken versus traditional and western styled cooking methods. Inspired by traditional Korean dishes and sauces, Mr Kwon was also the first to apply sauces directly onto fried chicken after cooking, developing the famous KyoChon Soy Garlic sauce which is loved by thousands worldwide.

Dato’ Steven Chin and Mr Kwon Won-Kang wrote down their wishes and blessings

Dato’ Steven Chin and Mr Kwon Won-Kang at the KyoChon Cherry Blossom Tree

4 popular choices at KyoChon are:

* KyoChon Original Series, crispy original fried chicken that perfect to go with any preferred sauce.

* KyoChon Red Series, coated with spicy sauce specially-made from Korean green red pepper.

* KyoChon Honey Series, covered in sweet honey sauce without the greasy feel.

* KyoChon Sal Sal Series, boneless chicken fillet with crispy outer skin, served together with extra hot red chili sauce, honey mustard sauce and BBQ sauce.

The menus can be ordered as a set with rice, fresh salad, chicken broth soup and refreshing Yuza or Plum soda tea for as low as RM16.90. KyoChon also serves flame grilled chicken thigh steaks that take 48 hours to prepare and special kimchi fried rice.


More photos at FOOD Malaysia facebook page, a Malaysian food blogger since 2010

KyoChon’s fried chickens photo credited to www.isaactan.net

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