KFC Launches Cereal Fries & Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tarts from 9 July


As National Day approaches, various fast food giants are bringing back past products inspired by local flavours in celebration.

Burger King has announced their rendang series just a few days ago.

Not one to lose out, KFC has also announced the launch of its own unique local flavours menu, promising to unleash ‘A Crumbstorm of Local Flavours’.

Cereal Chicken is Back 

When KFC Singapore first launched the KFC Cereal Chicken back in 2019, it took the entire Singapore by storm.

For those of you who have continued craving it, here’s some good news: the KFC Cereal Chicken is back!

Starting 9 July, the KFC Cereal Chicken will be available for Dine-in, Takeaway, and KFC Delivery for a limited time only. With the exception of Singapore Poly, Nanyang Technological University and Singapore Zoo, the KFC Cereal Chicken will be available in all KFC restaurants in Singapore.

Image: KFC Singapore

If you’re like me and somehow managed to miss out on this new creation by KFC two years ago, the KFC Cereal Chicken is essentially the “perfect combination of KFC’s delicious Hot & Crispy chicken with an iconic flavour”, as KFC themselves put it.


Sweet, savoury and spicy all at once, the KFC Cereal Chicken is your usual KFC chicken “topped heaps of buttery-sweet crunchy Nestum cereal that have been wok-fried with slivers of aromatic curry leaves, fresh chilli and butter.”

Additionally, KFC Singapore is offering various different meal bundles to cater to every household in Singapore.

Other than its à la carte option priced at S$3.65, KFC is also offering a 2pc Cereal Meal (S$8.95), the Cereal Box (S$10.95), a 5pcs Cereal Buddy Meal (S$19.95) and an 8pcs Cereal Family Feast (S$36.95).

New Treats to Compliment Cereal Chicken

Can’t get enough of that crumbly, crispy cereal?


Want more local flavours?

KFC Singapore has it all covered with their new Cereal Fries and Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tart.

You might be feeling hesitant about all these new flavours, but reading KFC’s description of their new products might just make you change your mind—I must admit, they do have a way with words.

Image: KFC Singapore

Described as a “generous helping of double-battered crispy fries drizzled with fragrant butter mayonnaise, and topped with sweet and savoury crunchy cereal”, these Cereal Fries certainly does sound appetising.

For just S$3.20, customers can add on the KFC Cereal Fries is available to their meal, or order it à la carte at S$4.60.

Like its Cereal Chicken companion, the KFC Cereal fries will only be available for Dine-in, Takeaway, and KFC Delivery for a limited time from 9 July at all KFC restaurants except Singapore Poly, Nanyang Technological University, and Singapore Zoo.

As for the Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tart, long-time KFC customers would know that it is the latest creation for the KFC Egg Tarts series.

Inspired by the local kueh, the Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tart is “filled with molten brown sugar and creamy pandan custard, topped with shredded dried coconut”.

Image: KFC Singapore

The egg tart will be priced at S$1.50 per piece or S$5.50 for four pieces.

Unfortunately, this Ondeh Ondeh Egg Tart will be a teeny bit harder to get than the Cereal Chicken or Cereal Fries.


While it is similarly available for a limited time from 9 July onwards, this time it will be available at all KFC outlets with the exception of the following: Jewel Changi Airport, Jurong West Street 51, Nanyang Technological University, Paya Lebar Quarter, Punggol Oasis, Rivervale Mall, Toa Payoh Lorong 1, Singapore Poly, and Singapore Zoo.

Featured Image: KFC Singapore

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