That’s it. We’re calling off our diet. How does one eat clean when KFC exists? This year, they’ve been spoiling us silly with the most sinful, delicious treats. We don’t know how they’re coming up with all these amazing creations but we’re certainly not complaining.
First, it was the Spicy Nyonya Chicken. Then, it was the shell-less Kentaco. And if those weren’t guilt-inducing enough, they brought back their crispy chicken skin.
And now, they’re incorporating culinary flavours from the land of smiles into their signature fried chicken. Not travelling to Thailand any time soon? The newest KFC Spicy Thai Crunch will surely satisfy your cravings.
KFC Singapore is known for its wild imagination and innovative creations. Besides serving Finger Lickin’ Good chicken, it has dedicated itself time and again to conjure up groundbreaking dishes that are downright delicious.
You’ve seen the Chizza and the Zinger Double Down. This time, KFC Singapore is back with yet another crazy culinary hybrid. Sick and tired of shattering messy tacos, they’ve embarked on a quest to bring to you a — wait for it — shell-less rendition of the Mexican dish.
Meet the Kentaco. KFC’s latest creation featuring a fried chicken taco shell that does not disappoint.
Never one to rest on their laurels, KFC Singapore is back with yet another new, inventive dish to usher in the festivities this Lunar New Year! Let this year of the rat help you sniff out even more delectable delights by spicing things up (literally) with KFC’s latest Lunar New Year creation, Nyonya Fried Chicken.
If there’s one thing any self-respecting F&B establishment in Singapore knows, is that Singaporeans love their spices. KFC surely recognises this, keeping our taste buds yearning after previous seasonal favourites such as the Red Hot Szechuan Chicken and Curry Crunch Chicken.
The common ingredient in these best-sellers? They all provide an addictive and irresistible spice infusion that renders their already finger lickin’ chicken even more finger lickin’ good. With KFC’s track record, this new addition is sure to give your tongues a hot, new thing to salivate over!
Catching our attention is the newly-opened kómma Social Café, which recently opened its doors just last year in December at Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ). Boasting an open-concept interior, the minimalistic space is adorned with plush cushions, seats, and shelves of artisanal crafted goods, making it a casual hangout spot for one to chill and sip on a cuppa with their pals.
They also host monthly workshops and activities, aiming to start conversations amongst the creative community.
With the festive season around the corner, the poultry of choice in the seasonal spotlight tends to be turkey. For those who are looking for something a little different this year, why not switch things up by trying KFC’s newest creation: Sour Cream & Onion Chicken?
Hot on the trails of multiple unique food inventions from the delightful Boba Tea Tarts to the sinfully tasty KFC Chicken Skin, KFC has been tapping into well-loved flavours of our local palate and integrating them into their menu items.
To celebrate 2019 drawing to a close, the chain draws its latest inspiration from the communal energy of sharing party snacks amidst the holiday cheer. By basing their latest release on a much-loved combination of flavours, this juicy new chicken main is sure to captivate all merrymakers as their newest go-to party snack.
Curious to know how this dish tastes? Read on to find out what we thought about KFC’s fresh new menu items of Sour Cream & Onion Chicken and Bolognese Cheese Fries, as well as the return of the popular Chocolate Hazelnut Egg Tart!
Are you on the hunt for aesthetic cafes with picturesque spots to spice up your boring Instagram feed? Or are you simply a hungry boyfriend looking to fill your growling tummy while your girlfriend badgers you for “IG-worthy date spots”?
Fret not, as you get the best of both worlds at Knots Café and Living — a gorgeous garden café located in Tai Seng!
If you are a soba fanatic, or simply just in love with anything Japanese, you will definitely be familiar with mazesoba: a dry noodle dish steeped in flavourful sauce, topped with a myriad of luscious ingredients and completed with a raw egg yolk in the middle.
For the uninitiated, Mazesoba or fondly described by some locals as the Japanese Bak Chor Mee, is literally translated as mixed noodles and is a type of ramen that has no broth – in other words, it’s dry ramen. As there is no hot soup involved, it is no wonder this dish is particularly popular during the hot summer months in Japan and Korea.
With several outlets in South Korea and Japan, Kanda Soba has finally arrived on our local shores, rolling out their famed mazesoba bowls, sushi platters and HULK Power drinks! Ramen lovers be warned: this restaurant will overthrow your love for ramen and turn you into a mazesoba convert.
Kanda Soba is now offering a set lunch promotion at affordable prices! For only S$12, you get to have their Original Mazesoba, two pieces of yummy sushi, and a beef soup. So, make a beeline for their eatery and see what the hype about them back in South Korea and Japan is all about!
There are few things as addictive as boat noodles and we love the satisfying feeling of stacking all those finished bowls up high. The great thing about boat noodles is that because the portions are all so small and cheap, you get to try a variety of different broths and noodles till your heart’s content without feeling a pinch in your wallet.
Bangkok is no short of places that dish out scrumptious bowls of boat noodles and one of our favourite haunts whenever we are there is Kin Tiew Kan Noodle.