KFC’s special items can be hit or miss, but one hit that we’ve missed is their addictively crunchy cereal chicken. But good news — we hear they’re bringing the local-inspired classic back, just in time for National Day.
From 9 July 2021, KFC will be bringing back their cereal chicken, as well as the new cereal fries and ondeh ondeh egg tart.
Each piece of chicken is available for S$3.65 a la carte or diners can get a 2pc meal for S$8.95. A Cereal Chicken Box with 2 pieces of chicken and 2 tenders is available for S$10.95, while the 5 pc meal will cost S$19.95.
If you want to share it with your family, go for the Cereal Chicken Family Feast (S$36.95) that comes with 8 pieces of chicken as well as 9 pieces of nuggets.
The special item is KFC’s own spin on the tze char classic that’s loved by Singaporeans, young and old.
Sweet and crunchy Nestum cereal is wok-fried with curry leaves, chilli, and butter first. then lavishly showered onto KFC’s Hot & Spicy chicken
If you’d rather have the crunchy cereal with fries, KFC are also rolling out cereal fries. It’s loaded with butter mayonnaise and then finished with the sweet-savoury cereal.
The cereal fries are available for S$3.20 as a meal add-on, or S$4.60 a la carte if you just want to snack on it. We know how much everyone loves to snack on cereal snacks — it’s just so addictive.
Besides the hearty cereal chicken and fries, KFC will also be putting a local spin on their popular egg tarts.
Encased within their signature flaky pastry are Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tarts filled with oozy brown sugar and pandan custard. There’s also a sprinkle of shredded coconut on top to give it that signature ondeh ondeh texture.
KFC’s Ondeh Ondeh Egg tart is priced at S$1.50 apiece, while you can also get 4 pieces for S$5.50.
Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tart
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????️ From 9 July 2021