43 Siloso Beach Walk
#01-03 iFly Singapore
Singapore 099010

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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This fast food chain isnt popular w Singaporeans and I think I found the reason why. We ordered the cheese burger set and it was a tad disappointing. The patty wasn’t as flavourful as we would like it to be and the cheese was too salty!

Super friendly staff tho! They offered to deliver our food to our table even though they didn’t have to!

Overall, Marrybrown is definitely not a competitor of more well-known fast food chains like mac & kfc hence not many would flock here.

Taste: 6.5/10
Presentation: 7/10
Ambience: 6.5/10

Had not have the chance to try of Marrybrown during my previous staycation at Sentosa considering they had just opened in the middle of my trip back then; finally got to check them out a couple of years later at their very first outpost in Singapore. The shop had since became a little run-down; perhaps more effort could be placed in maintaining the place in general, but the food was pretty on point nonetheless.

Opted for the Lucky Plate which comes with soft bun, mash potatoes, coleslaw and two pieces of fried chicken; went for the spicy variant of the fried chicken this time round. The fried chicken is undoubtedly the star of the show here; getting a fresh batch of chicken that was just off the fryer, the fried chicken were crisp on the exterior, whilst tender and not too greasy while still being juicy and flavourful within — the batter carrying a slight hint of spiciness to tingle the taste buds. The other elements were all pretty average at best; the mash potato being decent but could do with a slightly denser, more flavourful brown sauce, while the coleslaw was rather fresh and provides a refreshing crunch though I personally would have preferred a creamier mix of sauce. The soft bun was also pretty alright; more of a burger bun served whole without being sliced apart; light and fluffy though perhaps not warm enough. Would not say much for the other items, but certainly would not mind to have the fried chicken again if there are more outlets in mainland Singapore — that being said, there is one situated at Wisma Geylang Serai that had opened several months ago; somewhere which I would most probably check out when the cravings hit again.


This chicken burger was quite delicious and was gobbled all down by myself (but I have no idea whether it was just that delicious or I was really hungry). But changing to onion rings for an extra $1 was so not worth it. Look at the pathetic amount of onion rings! #burpple #burpplesg

Still a far cry from taking the title of best fried chicken in Singapore from them. The juicy and fragrantly marinated chicken was let down by the disappointing, lackluster and one-dimensional sides.
Marrybrown Singapore
43, Siloso Beach Walk, iFly Singapore, Unit 01-03, Singapore 099010


An unexpected sighting of Marrybrown prompted my stomach to call out to it for dinner. Black pepper chicken, mambo (curly) fries and coleslaw for $9.50 may be on the expensive side for fast food. But the nostalgia was well worth it!! Chicken didn't disappoint which was tender, fresh and well marinated!!


The once-defunct fast food chain locally also sells burger combos like this Hotouch Burger combo ($7.30) that is rather similar to a Zinger meal, except that it is less spicier, the meat patty being more tender and the normal fries despite being crispy.