Chibee Chicken & Beer – A Late Night Option at TST

When it comes to fried chicken, I bet no one does better than the Koreans. Korean fried chicken, crispy, crunchy, seasoned, and it is best to pair with beer.

At Chibee Chicken, meaning the “chicken” and “beer” bar, is the second new location at Tsim Sha Tsui. It looks like a casual chic Korean restaurant with cartoon character figures, fun atmosphere and spacious seatings, where only opens at late night.

The menu features a list of mouthwatering and tempting fried chicken options and other hot dishes, from sizzling cheese corn to rice cake, Budae Jjigae (army stew) to ramen noodle, as well as Soju, beer and cocktails.

Our favourite is a signature at Chibee, Korean fried chicken with a basil pesto fondue. The cheesy pesto is so creamy and well-seasoned that we could not resist dipping in our fried chicken and twister fries repeatedly.
A not-to-be-missed is the moreish Shin noodle mixed fried chicken, boneless with a perfectly crispy noodle coating and juicy on the inside.

Some sides dishes to add on are kimchi rice balls with tuna covered with great amount of nori, as well as the TST-branch special Chibee cheese ball, which is basically minced chicken ball stuffed with mozzarella cheese.

Make sure to order a few pints of fruity soju or their special cider rita for a perfect refreshment!

Chibee Chicken & Beer

Cartoon Character Figures

Chibee Menu

Basil Pesto Chicken

Shin Ramyun Chicken

Rice Ball

Chibee Dino Cheese Ball (Original)
恐龍芝士波 (原味)

Cheese Ball (Original)
芝士波 (原味)

Watermelon Cocktail Soju

Chibee Chicken & Beer
Address: 23/F, H8, 8 Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2153 1818
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 18:00-04:00

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