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:
1. Southern Fried Chicken, $25/$49
Brined in Old Bay seasoning, this classic southern American comfort dish will easily satisfy your fried chicken cravings. Boasting crispy skin and juicy meat, the buttermilk fried chicken is best enjoyed with Bird Bird’s smoked maple syrup. With each mouthful, our taste buds tingled with a medley of sweet, savoury and smoky flavours.