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Jollibee Singapore – Philippines’ Favourite Fried Chicken Shop Now At Novena Square 2

Philippines’s favourite fried chicken shop Jollibee has opened at Novena Square 2, and soon at Changi City Point. (I did notice there were competitors KFC and Popeyes at Novena just steps away.) This American-style fast food chain is known to serve some of the best fried chicken around, and also specialises in burgers, spaghetti, and […]

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Marrybrown – Malaysia’s Popular Fried Chicken Shop Has Returned To Singapore

One of those things that I do, going all the way to Sentosa iFly for fried chicken. Marrybrown that is.Yes, that popular Halal fastfood chain that originated from Malaysia. Fried chicken fastfood shops being set up in Singapore have a penchant for coming, leaving and coming back again (Popeyes? Texas? ChicKing – this one gone.) […]

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Shake Shack – The Iconic Burger From New York

[New York] Being the ‘NYC-virgin’, the single one food recommendation that keeps popping out is Shake Shack burger, considered a MUST-HAVE in the Big Apple. This should be the hottest burger in the United States right now. Shake Shack fans call this THE BEST burger in the world, and the fast food restaurant has become […]

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Wings World – New All Wings Restaurant At East Coast Road

A specialty quick service restaurant which serves mainly chicken wings? What took Singapore so long to open something like that? And I am not just talking about Korean Fried Chicken. Wings World got us fellow deep fried chicken lovers fairly excited. Located along East Coast Road next to the famous ‘Gordon Ramsay’ 328 Katong Laska, […]

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NeNe Chicken – “Yes Yes” Korean Fried Chicken At Scape

‘Ne! Ne!’ means “Yes! Yes!” in Korea, an expression used when indicating enthusiasm and willingness to be helpful and friendly. What are you thinking about? NeNe Chicken finally opens their 2nd outlet at Orchard *Scape, and it replaced where Gong Cha used to be while Gong Cha moved a few metres away (I hear they […]

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Triple O’s Singapore – For Burgers, Fries and Hand-Scooped Shakes

Triple-O’s are known for three things, their burgers, fries and hand-scooped shakes. The brand was founded way back in 1928 in Canada, and has been around for more than a year in Singapore. While the general public may not have heard much of this fast food restaurant, they have fans supporting their 3 branches at […]

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Jollibee Singapore – Hands Down, One of the Best Fried Chicken

It seems like the “Boycott Jollibee” page has brought the fastfood group more hype and success than ever. Initially accused of discrimination in hiring and preference for Filipino staff, Jollibee Singapore turned around to say there are hiring 61 Singapore nationals and PR out of their 83 workers. (Read: Calls to Boycott Jollibee Singapore Ridiculous […]

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Omakase Burger – Verdict of The Best Burger in Singapore

Omakase Burger. So much hype. 8 Days says it’s “possibly the best burger in Singapore” and Straits Times says the burger “is king”. That means I have to make it all the way to The Grandstand (former Turf City) twice, to first fulfill my curiosity and then give it another chance. The name “Omakase” which […]

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Nene Chicken – Korean’s Favourite Fried Chicken Has Arrived To Singapore!

It is not only SMTOWN that has come to Singapore, one of Korea’s most popular fried chicken specialist NeNe Chicken has also arrived at The Star Vista. The name ‘NeNe’ shouldn’t be difficult to remember, and simply means “Yes! Yes!” in Korean. I overheard the first lady at the fast food counter who exclaimed, “I […]

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Ireland’s Potatoes – Popular Fries Chain from Hong Kong & Taiwan Comes To Bugis+

Wait a minute! You mean the potatoes sold at Ireland’s Potatoes are not from Ireland? Before you feel cheated, the shop is so named after it was “inspired” by the “Great Potato” famine in Ireland’s during 1845, which made the Irish treasure potatoes a lot more. Therefore it was Irish’s passionate and appreciative attitude toward […]

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