Previously, we wrote about how some creative Malaysians decide they weren’t happy with Milo Dinosaur.
And decided to push the gastronomical boundaries and created Milo fried chicken.
Now, there are two camps of people out there when this news broke out in Singapore.
Those who cannot imagine that this actually exists.
And those who are more than willing to give it a shot
And if you’ve come to our app daily (please do so if not you’ll be missing out on a lot of juicy stories!) and read our previous article, you’ll see this line at the end of that article:
Well, our prediction is always right, except when it comes to certain 4 digit thingy.
This monstrously-delightful concoction is now available in Singapore for you to try for yourself.
In Hougang, as a matter of fact.
Pretty fitting considering how out of the box Hougang-ers are.
Milo Fried Chicken Popcorn Now Available at Hougang For $9.90
Introducing Flavour Flings, a Halal-certified cafe in Hougang.
If you’re wondering why their name sounds so familiar, that’s because they’re the ones that brought Raclette Cheese to Singaporeans.
And now, they’re bringing the milo coated fried chicken to you too.
And for their version of the milo coated fried chicken, they’re pairing it with Sambal Belachan Mayonnaise and a Nacho cheese sauce.
For those who think it’s just a fad and won’t be particularly impressive in the taste department, Flavour Flings only had this to say.
They’ve tried it with Horlicks and Ovaltine, and guarantee that the version they’re selling tastes the best.
How Does It Taste?
According to the folks at Have Halal Will Travel who tried the dish, the cacophony of flavours is out of this world.
First, you’ll taste the spice of the sambal belachan mayonnaise. Then, comes the familiar sweetness of the milo and at the end of the journey, the crispy crunch of fried chicken.
And there’s even a hidden surprise in the concoction.
The fried chicken had condensed milk drizzled on it as well.
Yet, the different flavours aren’t too overwhelming and blended well together with one another.
However, they’re not fans of the nacho cheese dip.
The nacho cheese sauce overpowered the taste of milo. Which kind of defeat the purpose of going for it in the first place, right?
Each order of the milo coated fried chicken popcorn will set you back by $9.90.
But honestly, it doesn’t seem too high a price now after reading the food review for it, does it?
So if you love milo, or you’re just the adventurous foodie who can’t wait to try new stuff for yourself, here’s where you need to go.
Address: Blk, 121 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1348, Singapore 530121
Opening hours: 11 am – 9 pm (Weekdays), 9 am – 9 pm (Weekends), closed between 4 pm – 5.30 pm every day, closed on Tuesdays
Contact: 6286 0051