Love Korean Fried Chicken? Get UZU Korean Boneless Fried Chicken Delivered to Your Doorstep

How long has it been since I enjoyed dining out with my family and friends? Well, I don’t know. It’s really been awhile since the Covid19 pandemic crisis strike. I don’t feel safe to dine out anymore, and even more so these days. Seeing how the Covid19 cases keep pointing up, I decided that it’s best that I quietly stay home for now and do what I love to do best during my free time; binge watching Kdramas and swoon over handsome Oppa.

Handsome Oppa are certainly swoon worthy. That’s a given, but marathon-ing Kdramas has a huge drawback, which is those mouthwatering food scenes they featured. God, that’s pure torture. I’ve forgotten how many times my stomach growled furiously each time I see scenes where they practically angled those Korean delicacies to your nose, giving me endless cravings for it.

Anyway I was rewatching the Kdrama Goblin and there’s this scene where one of the characters in it owns a fried chicken restaurant and was service loads of em. Upon seeing that, I knew I had to get myself some ‘fried chickin’.

My most recent craving was Korean Fried Chicken, and so I got myself these delicious UZU Boneless Korean Fried Chicken via Foodpanda.

UZU Korean Boneless Fried Chicken can be ordered through Foodpanda delivery website/apps or through their Facebook page.

UZU Fried Chicken is offering 6 different fried chicken flavours and some other daebak delicacies for you to choose from.

The fried chickens are all bite sized pieces and boneless and comes with a side of sesame yuzu salad, making it a perfect companion for Kdrama binge-watching or a quick meal during for those who are busy working.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken-Original Flavour (RM19.90)- Adeptly fried with flour batter, this one is great for those who prefers a simple and non complex flavour.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken (RM19.90) Hot Shocking Flavour- This one excitingly spicy and leaves numbing sensation on your palate, so it’s not for the faint hearted. It’s really spicy and only those who have acquired the enjoyment for such flavours will be able to eat this without crying. It’s fun to eat, though. Yours truly loves spicy food so I like this one alot. Great for ‘eat spicy food’ mukbang challenges. Just make sure you have a glass of milk ready on the side if you can’t stand spicy food.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken (RM19.90)- Soy Garlic Flavour- Slightly savoury with a hint of sweetness, this flavour warrants an addiction for all fried chicken lovers. Great on it’s own, and even more so if you want to pair it with a bowl of piping hot steamed rice.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken- Honey Butter Flavour (RM19.90)- Drizzled with sweet honey butter sauce, this flavour is my personal favourite. It’s not cloyingly sweet a d it’s so pleasant on the palate. This is highly addictive as well. Highly recommended for those who likes sweetly flavoured fried chicken.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken Cheese Snowing Flavour (RM19.90)- Richly flavoured with slightly sweet and salty snow-like cheese powder, this fried chicken will definitely win the heart of cheese lovers.

Korean Boneless Fried Chicken Sweet and Spicy Flavour (RM19.90)– If you like spicy food but not really that adventurous and wouldn’t want that tongue-burning sensation after taking a bite, then this flavour is for you. It’s midly spicy with a hint of sweetness. Again, this is great on it’s own or paired with a bowl of piping hot steamed rice.

Dakgalbi Fried Rice (RM19.90)– Dakgalbi is a very popular dish in Korea, especially in Chuncheon, a city in Gangwon Province where the dish originated dated back in the 1960’s. It’s originally spicy stir-fried chicken dish made with boneless chicken pieces, rice cakes green cabbage, sweet potato, and other vegetables. This is the fried rice version of it. It’s a tad spicy and comes with a side of kimchi, and topped with generous amount of stripped seaweed and sunny side up fried egg. A wholesome dish, great for those who want a filling and satisfying meal in a box.

Japchae Glass Noodle (RM19.90)- Japchae is a Korean mixed vegetables dish. When it was first invented in the 17th century, japchae was a noodle-less dish. But nowadays, the main highlight of the dish is glass noodles, which is made from sweet potatoes, along with colorful vegetables and well seasoned meat. The one from Uzu doesn’t contain any meat, but it’s delicious nevertheless. The portion is really huge, and is great for sharing.

Cheese Rice Cake (RM19.90)- Love teokbokki (Korean rice cakes) but not really in the mood for the messy sweet sauce? Well then, try the fried version of it instead. Coated with bread crumbs and stuffed generously with gooey cheese, this dish gives you quite a gastronomic experience. Cheese lovers will definitely love this Cheese Rice cakes.

Overall, all I can say about the food is pure love. Daebak! Not only they’re selling some satisfyingly delicious fried chicken for you to indulge in, but they have wholesome comforting meal like Japchae and Dakgalbi fried rice too. And oh, I forgot to mention that if you can’t live without banchan, you may order their kimchi white radish pickles too. They’re freshly made, I assure you.

For those who craves for some delicious Korean boneless fried chicken, you may want to order some from Uzu Chicken. Below is the details:


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