Another scrumptious eatery has launched in Singapore. Chunz is a Korean street food café leaving a serious impression on foodies and students alike who have been lucky enough to have found it in Dhoby Ghaut. Excellently, they specialise in chewy and cheesy corn dog sensations.
First opened in Malaysia in 2018, Chunz is located at interactive shopping mall GR.ID, near quirky new neon dessert café Icebar. The colourful orange and yellow interior wall mural is superb for taking your gram-approved pictures.
Wonderfully, freshly-made viral corn dogs at the café are the perfect blend of sweet and savoury, coated in cornmeal batter, deeply fried and served on a wooden stick. Likewise, the portion sizes are generous.
Customers can indulge on a range of sinfully delicious flavours starting at $4.90. For instance, Mozza Cheddar consisting of juicy sausage and stretchy cheddar cheese, The OG filled with sausage or Mozza Mania full of cheesy goodness, to name a few.
Additionally, pay $1 extra to top your corn dog in irresistible toppings such as the widely popular Curly Crunch ramen or traditional Popo Fluff potato cubes. Let’s no forget about the array of sauces to drizzle on top, from nacho cheese, spicy Korean sauces, BBQ and more.
Currently, a combination deal starting at $7.90 includes a cheesy corn dog and drink of choice. Indeed, the fruity flavoured drinks are the perfect addition to wash your corn dog down with. Think pinkgrape fruit-lychee, passion fruit and a mystery drink at $5.
Certainly, you can miss this cheesy doughy experience at this Korean corn dogs café in Singapore. Definitely, one of the most instagrammable food dishes in the city.
📍1 Selegie Rd, 01-04, Singapore 188306