Monga Fried Chicken (SingPost Centre)

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Monga Fried Chicken Singapore is a casual dining place that offers a delightful experience with their menu featuring the Taiwanese style Fried Chicken which is one of the most renowned street snacks in Taiwan. Prepared using only the freshest and most delicious ingredients, every dish in the menu is bound to satisfy your taste buds. Located in SingPost Centre, this location will feature the first sit-down outlet in Singapore. Complete your experience with a SingPost-exclusive menu item: Monga Fried Chicken Bento Sets! Carb lovers can now have the best of both worlds where fragrant chicken rice is paired with their favourite fried chicken.

10 Eunos Road 8
#01-131 SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

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Besides their popular fried chicken cutlet, Monga has launched the world’s first Prawn Mee Sua ($7.90) that also contains fish maw slices and assorted mushrooms cooked in it, with a dash of chilli sauce and black vinegar added for that extra oomph. Pairing with the Prawn Mee Sua is a combo with the newly launched Monga Juicy Chicken Thigh Chee-z, priced at $12.90.

Besides the combo deal, you can also get the ala carte order of the Monga Juicy Chicken Thigh Cutlet from $9.90 in three flavours of The King, Hot Chick and Chee-z Signature ($11.90). What’s difference with this fried chicken is that instead of the regular thick chicken breast meat, what you will be getting is a thick juicy thigh cutlet.

Another combo deal that you can pair with the Prawn Mee Sua is the Crispy Chicken Wings ($9.90) or you can get the wings as an ala carte order of $3.90 with 10 pieces. These wings come in either The King (salt and pepper seasoning) and Hot Chick (chilli paprika powder) flavour.
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✨ Monga Singapore
📍 10 Eunos Road 8, SingPost Centre, Unit 01-131, Singapore 408600
🌐 https://mongafriedchicken.oddle.me/en_SG/
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Was very pleasantly surprised that the rice was chicken rice!! Their fried chicken is really v tasty and well fried!!

Do try their chicken nugget, it’s hugeeeeeee. Good taiwanese chicken chop and other small bites. Love the acar side dish, something different compared to other fried chicken shop. The shop is quite small, it is recommended to pack instead of eat in.

Highly-raved fried chicken in Singapore. One bit and you can tell the difference between this and other Taiwanese fried chicken.

Monday fried chicken is meaty and less oily. Even though it is more expensive than its counterparts, I would say this is more value for money :)

You can't go wrong with Taiwanese Fried Chicken, one of the most renowned street snacks in Taiwan. The fried chicken here is juicy with a sweet and savoury coating, and Burppler boo tay says it's "honestly one of the best chicken cutlets ever, surpassed my expectations for its low price ($6.90)." The SingPost Centre outlet is also the only place to offer the exclusive Monga Fried Chicken Bento Sets, combining fragrant chicken rice and their amazing chicken.

Photo by Burppler Cliffton Choo

Sadly the cheese was served a little cold although we dined in.
Would have been nicer if it was gooey and warm!
Didn’t really like the tomato sauce with it

Having tried all the flavours now, I prefer the seaweed flavour the most

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