Cheesy goodness at Grace Lee’s KkoKko
If you’re a fan of Korean style chicken, you would be glad to know that there’s a new joint that serves Seoul Chicken at the Ground floor of Sapphire Bloc in Ortigas.
The joint is owned by celebrity host Grace Lee, who is managing other restaurants like Buta Wagyu and Atelier Vivanda.
According to Lee, the name of the restaurant actually came from the Korean word KkoKko which means chicken.
Cheese lovers need to watch out for these dishes when they order.
Kimbap is made even more delicious with these cheese toppings.
More cheese? Check out their cheesy melt
One of the house specialties is the chicken cheese fondue which is made up of sweet soy glazed chicken fingers, fries, and onion rings with a bread bowl full of cheese at the center.
And last but not the least, original fried chicken covered in cheese snow.
Yummy and cheesy! (By: Angel Ong)