Fried chicken inspired by flavours from Bangkok and Lebanon, as well as secret hot sauces
Photo: Bird Bird/Weekender
Boy oh boy, do the folks at Bird Bird take their fried chicken seriously.
Nestled in a family-friendly neighbourhood — a drastic change from its nightlife-centric postal code of Ann Siang, the cafe continues to serve tantalising dishes alongside its salad bar ($6 per plate).
Those well acquainted with their iconic Southern Fried Chicken will be pleased to know that Bird Bird has updated their menu with two new fried chicken offerings, Bangkok and Lebanese, which come with specially-formulated sauces.
Here is what you should try when you flock to Bird Bird:
2. Bangkok Fried Chicken, $25/$49
Bird Bird created the Bangkok Fried Chicken as a tribute to its previous Thai-focused dining outlet. Prepared in the style of Thailand’s famous roadside hawkers, the fried chicken is not only battered with aromatics, but also spiked with vodka. For an added spicy kick, dip the bird into the special green chilli nam jim sauce.