Ever wanted to try the savoury and sweet combination of fried chicken and waffles that everyone keeps raving about? Now you can for $6.90 thanks to fast food chain Popeyes. Popeyes has launched their new Chicken & Waffle ($6.90 for a la carte, $8.90 for a set meal) in Singapore, available at all outlets from Tuesday (20 March).
We’re definitely seeing more cheesy additions to our fast food menus recently. And if you’re a big fan of Mac N’ Cheese and a fan of fried chicken, you’re in for a treat. KFC Singapore is serving both in a bowl at $4.50 each. But if you prefer it as part of a meal, consisting of a single piece chicken and a drink, that’s $5. Fortunately for a few people in Singapore, they were able to have a taste before it was made available to the public. But it seems that with all fast food dishes, no matter how good the photos look on the menu, you always need to manage your expectations. ...
Singapore chef Bjorn Shen announced that restaurant ‘Bird Bird’ is closing. After two years of running Bird Bird, celebrity chef Bjorn Shen announced on Monday night (6 November) that he will be shuttering the restaurant later this month. Shen made the announcement via social media, adding that the restaurant’s last day of service will be on 26 November.
Japanese fashion has once again tried to establish who is on the top with this wild idea of turning women’s thigh into delicious-looking fried chicken – though this is perhaps unintentional. The main feature of these orange-brown, wide-leg pants is the distinctive plump curve. Coupled with fair-skinned legs and a pair of white shoes, the effect indeed does look like a pair of chicken drumsticks. 楽天で見つけた服が私にはケンタッキーにしか見えないしバックスタイルとか完全にフライドチキン…… pic.twitter.com/5BwsWdLcys