8 Best Potato Chips Sold in S’pore Because Binge-Watching + Chips = Heaven

It’s Friday night in and you’ve finally got time to yourself. What does this calls for? Netflix and chill, of course! By chilling, it means chilling with snacks.

What is the best snack of all times? Potato chips, hands down.

But with so many choices, which is the best? Don’t waste your calories; check out these that we think are the best-est among the best!


1. Calbee Crispy Potato

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Calbee chips are lighter as compared to other brands. But they don’t crumble easily, which makes them crisp. What a beautiful combination! 


2. Twisties Chipster Potato Chips

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Bet you didn’t know Twisties do potato chips as well, eh? Chipster’s chips are well-seasoned thoroughly, being salty, delish and indulgent all at once. This is the kind of chips you wouldn’t even mind binge-watching with the whole day.  

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3. Kettle Brand Potato Chips

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Compared to regular chips, kettle-cooked chips are thicker and have more bite. They give a very deep earthy flavour, which has the right amount of sea salt in it. Yum. 

If the price is stopping you, here’s a hack: get yours from a Value Dollar shop. Sometimes, they stock these delicious monsters at a low price, although the expiry date might be nearing.

But hey, you don’t stock potato chips, do you?


5. Ruffles

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Crinkled and salted in just the right seasoning, ruffles is easily one of our favourites that we grew up with. Their consistency in thickness really earns its name. 


5. Real McCoy Snackfood Co.

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Real McCoy Snackfood Co. chips has the same crinkle cut as ruffles, the only different is it being lighter and airier. But hey, both still tastes equally good. 

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As it’s not that mainstream, you might have to visit a few supermarkets (definitely not those in your neighbourhood) to find them. And when you do find them, our advice is to grab as many as you can.


6. Lay’s Classic

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You can probably guess the brand of this potato chips without even looking at it. Lays chip has a familiar taste to it. Especially its texture, we can never get tired of it!  


7. Tyrrell’s Hand-Cooked English Crisps 

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This chip is brilliantly hand-cooked and lightly sea salted, making me feel less guilty on snacking. While it is relatively more pricier, the sea salted version sure makes the premium price worthy. You just have to try one to believe it.


8. Jack n Jill 

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I’m sure all of us have seen this and tasted this before. It’s probably one of the most common brand of potato chips out there. Common or not, we still love it because a potato chip will always taste good whenever we are binge-watching! 

And of course, not to mention its affordable price, too.

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Vanessa Ong

Vanessa Ong

An eighteen-year-old girl who is fond of words and the wonders of the world. Perpetually lost in her own thoughts, easily excitable and appreciates a great deal of humour.
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