Ahtti Korean Chicken

131 Wishlisted
What We Love
  • Korean beer joint decor with wooden tables
  • Whole Chicken (16pcs)

2 Venture Drive
#02-43 Vision Exchange
Singapore 608523

(open in Google Maps)

11:00am - 11:30pm


11:00am - 11:30pm

11:00am - 11:30pm

11:00am - 11:30pm

11:00am - 11:30pm

11:00am - 11:30pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

was on the saltier side, but pairs nicely with the side of purple rice (seriously v fluffy, one of the most amazing rice i’ve had). meat was too fatty for our liking though.

the fried chicken here always hits the spot! :) came down during lunch instead of dinner for a change, only to find out that they had different menus for lunch and dinner. didn’t manage to order the kimchi pancake that my friend was craving :(

I had throughly enjoyed the fried chicken from Ahtti Korean so decided to try more of their non-chicken dishes. I settled for seafood pancake and soy bean paste soup with seafood. Big mistake. Huge. For starters, the soy bean paste soup was a dark murky unappetising shade of brown. No doubt it was chock full of shredded carrots and leeks; white tofu, clams, mussels and did I spy some tiny bits of webfoot octopus. But the soup itself was terribly salty to the point that it would be nearly impossible to finish it. The soup came in a set with two types of kimchi, pickles and brown rice. The latter was a strange addition as it just did not seem to belong in a Korean meal. Also if I wanted to eat healthy I would order from a salad shop haha. White rice would seem to be the natural choice here. The seafood pancake was equally lacklustre. I was filled with anticipation when I opened the box and saw small parcels of golden yellow deliciousness stacked in the box. And you could see bits of leek and carrot peeking out. Alas. Looks are deceptive. The pancake tasted extremely doughy and it just seemed like I was eating a whole load of pan fried parcels of flour with each mouthful. Not a pleasant thing and definitely not what I was expecting. The pancake was also terribly tasteless. All in all, it was a very underwhelming meal. I would definitely say stick to their chicken.

Ganjang Boneless Whole Chicken ($34)

Crisp, crunchy, moist and utterly flavourful, their Ganjang Boneless Whole Chicken ($34) was really toothsome and morish. Perfect for my K-drama marathons, each chunk was also bursting with the natural flavour of chicken and great with the lick of savoury-sweetness from the coating of soy! The glaze was slightly sticky but well-balanced while the batter was not greasy, tasted light even with the sauce It retained its crunchiness hours later. I can once again say "West side best side"!

📸 & ✍🏻 by Tastemaker Vanessa Kou

Got the stir fried pork and the kimchi stew. The taste was good (not like amazing) but LOVED the ambience and i could just chill and chat with my friend :) they sell alcohol too - we got makgeolli that I really enjoyed too. The price is reasonable too

This quantity was a little too much for us (2 girls who don't eat a lot hehe)

Ahtti is a little Korean bistro in an office building in Jurong East. It specializes in everyone's favourite Korean Fried Chicken.

Ahtti's KFC comes in several flavours: original, yangnyeom, ganjang, chilli padi and honey butter. Ahtti also serves stews such as a hearty soondubu-jjigae.

I had the original and ganjang flavours. Fans of chicken skin (like me) will love that Ahtti's golden brown batter is shattering crispy and retains its crunchy texture even after awhile. The ganjang sauce was sweet and savoury but not overwhelmingly so.

Ahtti's kinda out of the way but worth the extra mile for good crispy fried chicken!