Attention Cheese Scrapers! Here’s a Korean Version of Cheese Raclette
August 15, 2017 17:23 PST
Are you a chicken lover, cheese lover, and K-obsessed fan? Well, we might have found a haven for you!
Kko Kko is a Korean Chicken Restaurant owned by Grace Lee and company. They incorporated modern and traditional korean cuisines on their menu and we’ve checked out their Market! Market! branch.
The place is perfect for casual dining with your barkada and an after-office dinner with colleagues.
To balance out the wood-and-metal industrial look, they’ve chic-ed up the place by putting up plants.
They do have their “wall of fame” with some of the customers’ notes.
Like other traditional and authentic korean restaurants, sidedishes are served first. We suggest you go unli! Their kimchi and radish is 💣💣💣
They have accomodating staff and their average serving time is 15 to 20 minutes.
They served Rabokki first, a spicy Korean ramyun with rice cakes, fish cakes, cabbage, white onions, topped with mozzarella. Yum! It is cooked on the table, so you’re drooling while pretend-cooking.
Since it was a cheesy kinda night, we also had Kimbap Cheese for a ~second appetizer~ if there’s such a thing lol
Here’s a Boneless Cheesy Melt, boneless chicken tossed in Yang Nyum sauce and topped with melted mozzarella…
This is their best-seller…the CHICKEN CHEESE FONDUE, it looks so good, it tastes so much better. Melted cheese in a bread bowl, with fries, boneless chicken and onion rings on the side. It’s not yet FRY-DAY but it sure feels like it!
You can order half or whole of the cheese fondue. We ordered half and it is good for 4 to 6 persons. The cheese is just the right kind of tasty so there’s no umay factor.
We also tried Snow, crispy fried chicken in special powder. It can be in Fire Chili or Cheese. But we asked to make it 80% Cheese and 20% Fire Chili, it is still spicy though. Not for the faint-tongued.
If you’re into solo food trip, you can avail their Galbi Jim, it’s like a korean bento box. It consists of rice (lots of rice), spicy dilis, kimchi, and beef.
Since everybody loves dessert, we tried their bingsu, a shaved milk ice topped with jellies and various sweet stuff and sauce. They have Red Bean, Mango Cheesecake, Strawberry Cheesecake, and Chocolate Brownie Bingsu.
Kko Kko Branches:
Kko Kko Ortigas
The Sapphire Bloc, Sapphire Road, Ortigas, Pasig City
Kko Kko Makati
2/F, Paseo Center, Paseo de Roxas Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
Kko Kko Market! Market!
G/F, Market! Market!, 26th St. cor. C5, BGC, Taguig
Kko Kko UP Town Center and Glorietta
Here are their menu: