Do you have that one friend that always has a snack with them no matter what? Whether it’s a healthy granola bar or a packet of potato chips that are always a bit too noisy to open, this friend is a walking pantry. Have someone in mind? Or maybe, you’re that friend? Good, because so am I, and Instagram account @soulhungrysg is here to save the day.
It’s perfectly fine if we can’t go overseas and come back with our luggages full to bursting with every flavour, type, and brand of snacks imaginable, because @soulhungrysg will satisfy your cravings for these popular Asian snacks, without you having to leave your home.
They currently have options by Lay’s Thailand, and potato chip fiends can expect a plethora of flavours such as Korean Spicy Ramen, Larb Saab Nua, Korean Cream Cheese Garlic, and more. These are all affordably priced at S$2 for a 50g packet, and also come in a Bundle of 6 (Mixed) for S$11.50 for that extra variety to spoil you for choice.
@soulhungrysg also offers a range of drinks such as the Nestea Berry Drink (S$2 for three sachets), of which any visit to Vietnam would not be complete, for those who absolutely can’t do without a sugary drink to perk themselves up.
They also have in-stocks for the 小白心里软 Xiao Bai Milk Bread (S$2.60 per packet, $11.90 for five packets). These fragrant buns are made with premium milk and butter and promise to give you maximum fluffy satisfaction the minute you sink your teeth into them.
Other snacks you should definitely get your hands on are the Crispy Butter Toast (price TBA), available in flavours such as Hokkaido Butter and Cheese Garlic.
They also have Chocolate Flavoured Crispy Egg Rolls (S$0.80), a recent addition to their existing lineup of Salted Egg (S$0.80) and Durian (S$0.80).
@soulhungrysg offers door to door delivery for a flat fee of S$4.50, along with customisable gift boxes that you can specially curate if you want to surprise your friend with their favourite snacks and drinks.
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