Comes with a special Zingy chilli sauce for a truly local touch
Not long after the release of its biscuit burgers, once again, Popeyes has taken us by surprise with its launch of the Cereally Crispy Chicken! Inspired by the uniquely Singaporean cereal dishes, the Cereally Crispy Chicken is made with Popeyes’ signature Cajun chicken and chicken tenders topped with a generous amount of crunchy cereal flakes.
The Cereally Crispy Chicken is a perfect symphony of flavours – mild spice, savoury Cajun seasoning and subtle sweetness from the cereal flakes.
It was also double the crunch with the crispy cereal coating the crispy chicken skin, which contrasted really well against the juicy and tender chicken flesh!
Dip the chicken into Popeyes’ new Zingy chilli sauce for the ultimate experience – specially created with a secret recipe of theirs, it tasted similar to belacan, and was sour, garlicky, and spicy enough to pack a satisfying punch!
Take your pick from 2 different types of set meals – the Cereally Crispy Chicken Set Meal ($8.90) and the Friendly Feast ($18.90). The latter comes with an exclusive Mixed Sweet Potato & Cajun Fries, which is also a new addition to Popeyes menu!
Cereally Crispy Chicken Set Meal
The Mixed Sweet Potato & Cajun Fries were perfectly seasoned with Cajun spice that went really well with the sweetness of the sweet potato! To enjoy the fries with the Cereally Crispy Chicken Set Meal, just top up $2.50.
Mixed Sweet Potato & Cajun Fries
Available only until 26th November, make sure to head down soon to enjoy these cereally good deals!
There’s a surprise in store for you on 4th November – a 5-pc chicken deal for just $6.90 in celebration of Popeyes Day! Choose from either Spicy or Mild chicken (U.P. $13.90), and if you purchase 2 sets of 5-pc chicken during the Early Bird Special (8AM – 11AM) or Late Hour Special (9.30PM – 10.30PM), you can walk away with an extra $5 voucher too! Do take note that there are limited vouchers available at each hourly interval.
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This post was sponsored by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and Sjora.