Fatburger S’pore Now Selling Caramel Cookie Crumble Milkshake & Soy Garlic Buffalo Wings

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Back in 2018, Fatburger made its way into Singapore to much fanfare.

And we likened it to a fattie bom bom that shakes the ground with every move.

So far, we weren’t wrong.

Fun, Fun & More Fun

When we say the word burger, what comes to mind?

Fun. Exciting. And messy.

And in the previous episode of Fatburger Makes The News…

They made people dress up as twins.

For an entire month of August 2019, customers can dress up as twins and enjoy a 1-for-1 burger deal.

Fun times.

And Now, It’s Time For S’pore-Exclusive Food

It may already be past National Day (the period where businesses *coughstarbuckscough* release their new items, but Fatburger doesn’t care.

Only NormalBurgers follow the trends. Fatburger makes its own trend.

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And this time, it has two food items to contribute to the Singapore food scene.

A Singapore-exclusive milkshake and their very own soy garlic wings.

Image: Fatburger Singapore

Caramel Cookie Crumble Milkshake

Caramel is enough to excite anyone with a sweet tooth but when you add cookie crumble and milkshake into the equation?

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If you’re already drooling, wait till you hear their description of the new milkshake:

Made with real hand-scooped ice cream and blended with savoury Lotus cookie crumble for that extra crunch, this drink has a deep caramel flavour with a hint of cinnamon.

In other words, shut up and take my money.

Each Caramel Cookie Crumble Milkshake will set you back by $6.50.

Buffalo Soy Garlic Wings

For those who don’t have much of a sweet tooth, don’t worry, you’re not neglected.

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That deep brown, glistening crunchy goodness is going to more than make up for it.

On top of their six already delish sauces, they’ve come up with a brand-new Soy Garlic Sauce for their fried chicken.

Korean fans should know how it’s going to end up: awesome. Nothing goes wrong with soy garlic sauce. Nothing.

The sauce is sweet, savoury and flavourful.

And when you combine that with the world-famous boneless chicken or bone0in chicken from Buffalo’s Express, you’re going to be singing tralalala for days.

And as with every Asian-inspired food by American chains, there’ll be a smattering of fragrant sesame seeds on top to complete the sauce.

Where To Get Them:

Currently, there are two Fatburger outlets: one at KINEX and another at Velocity @ Novena Square.

Lazy to dine out?

They’re also available on the various food delivery services: Foodpanda, Deliveroo, GrabFood and even their own delivery service.

Take note that the two food items are time-limited so grab them before they run out.

You’re welcome~