Chick N Ken At Lorong Telok Raffles Place

Chick N Ken is located at 21 Lorong Telok, around Raffles Place. It is very close to the Dojo Burger Restaurant for those who know. And it is pretty easy to locate especially for those who know Le Comptior. It is to the right when you are facing Le Comptior.

The word “Chick N Ken” seems to me is a word that has been broken up from “Chicken”. That’s my impression.


Chick N Ken has a very simple design with wooden table and chair and warm lighting. It wasn’t very good for photo taking.

Lunch Set Me
Lunch Set Menu

Beside the limited Ala Carte Menu they have a Set Lunch Menu. In it mainly, the Korean Fried Chicken Wings with three flavours, 2 Korean Flavours and 1 Local Flavour (Salted Egg). I drool upon seeing the word Salted Egg. I simply can’t wait to eat it. And they have Pat Bingsu and some sides and also beverages.

8 Pieces: 2 Flavours of Salted Egg Chicken (left) and Ganjang Chicken (right)
8 Pieces: 2 Flavours of Salted Egg Chicken (left) and Ganjang Chicken (right)

I ordered a 8 pieces Fried Chicken Wings with 2 flavours – Salted Egg and Ganjang and a Fried Ddeokbok for take away.

Despite it was after about 10 minutes of walking from the outlet to my home, the Chicken Wings were still crispy and warm. Both my bro and I, we like the Ganjang Chicken more than the Salted Egg as the Salted Egg Sauce was not strong enough to be coated on the wings and drumlet.

Fried Ddeokbok
Fried Ddeokbok

Everyone of us, enjoyed the Fried Ddeokbok. There were 4 sticks; each with five pieces of about rice cake with chopped peanut sprinkled on it. It was appetising, sweet and spicy, soft and chewy. The only feedback came from my bro, that it was not spicy enough and the stick that he had did not have enough peanuts.

As I have been craving for Pat Bingsu for some time, when seeing it on the menu encouraged me to order one. This round, I ordered the Classic Injeolmi Pat Bingsu among the 5 flavours. The others were Matcha which I usually go for; Cha-Yen, Thai Milk Tea flavour, which I want to try next; Chocolate and Watermelon & Berries.

Classic Injeolmi Pat Bingsu
Classic Injeolmi Pat Bingsu

In the Classic Injeolmi, there were roasted Soy Bean Powder, Honeyed Corn Flakes, Ricecakes and Red Bean. Condensed Milk were separated in the Syringe, in case you need it to be sweeter. The shaved ice was reasonably fine, though may not be as fine as the one offered in Nunsongyee. I thought it was good enough. Personally, I find it pretty sweet even without the condensed milk. But at least, there were soy bean packed among the shaved ice and that was good. Importantly, the ingredients were enough to accompany the shaved ice so each mouth beside the ice, you get some munch as well.

Ganjang & Yangnyeom Chicken
Ganjang & Yangnyeom Chicken

I did another took away for the Ganjang & Yangnyeom Chicken. The Ganjang has the sauce similar to the rice cake (Fried Ddeokbok).

Fried Mushroom
Fried Mushroom

The Fried Mushroom is very left to its natural taste with some salt and seaweed sprinkle over the dish.

In conclusion, the preference of the chicken is very much indivdual liking. Each of us in the family has a different favourite.

Cha-Yen Bingsu will be my next target. Lol!


Chick N Ken
21 Lorong Telok Level 1 Singapore 049033
Tel: +65 9150 7257


Opening Hours

Monday – Saturday 1200 to 2200; Closed on Sundays

Getting There

– North-South line or East-West line – Raffles Place station
– North East line – Clarke Quay

By Bus:
– alight at Prudential Tower along Cecil Street – 57, 131, 167, 700, 971

– alight opp AIA Tower along Robinson Road – 10, 10e, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 162, 196, 196e

– alight at OCBC Centre along Church Street – 186 , 970

– alight at OUE Bayfront along Shenton Way – 10, 10e, 57, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 131, 162, 167, 196, 196e, 700, 971E

– alight at Clarke Quay Station along Eu Tong Sen Street 2, 12, 33, 51, 54, 61, 63, 80, 124, 145, 147, 166, 174, 190, 197, 851, 961

– alight opposite Clarke Quay Station along New Bridge Road 2, 12, 33, 54, 147, 190

– alight at Boat Quay along South Bridge Road 51, 61, 63, 80, 124, 145, 166, 174, 197, 851, 961

Rating: 7.5/10


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A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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