Heads up, fried chicken fiends. There’s a newcomer in town, and its name is Mom’s Touch. Brought to Singapore by No Signboard Holdings (yep, the same group behind No Signboard Seafood), the famous South Korean fried chicken joint will open its first store here at the new Paya Lebar Quarter mall on Aug 30.
The brand has been around since 2004, with more than 1,200 outlets in its native country and beyond. But if you haven’t tried a bite yet, just know that it’s celebrated for its hand-battered and hand-breaded chicken marinated in a special seasoning mix. And like its name suggests, it wants to bring you the comfort of home-cooked food at an affordable price.
There’s the popular fried chicken ($3.60), which comes in spicy and non-spicy renditions, and the spicy chicken ($3.80), coated in a sticky layer of hot sauce. As for the burgers, signature options include the thigh burger ($5.70) with your standard stack of lettuce, onions, and pickles, and the spicy version of it ($6). Other items to try: the cheese bacon burger and bulgalbi chicken burger.
Oh, and if you’re considering battling the crowds to stop by on opening weekend (Aug 30 to Sept 1), you’ll get 50 percent off an a la carte burger or fried chicken order.
Mom’s Touch opens on Aug 30 at #01-37, 10 Paya Lebar Quarter.
MRT: Paya Lebar