Don’t Say Bojio: 1-For-1 Bubble Tea At Monga Fried Chicken With No Minimum Spend

Mention ‘bubble tea’ and ‘2020’ in the same sentence to any bbt fanatic in Singapore, and they’ll launch into war story mode about the months they have had to live without.

Well, Monga Fried Chicken is here to help you get over the trauma asap! From 5th to 13th September, you can enjoy 1-For-1 bubble tea at all Monga Singapore outlets.

No Minimum Spend

The best part of this promo is that there’s no minimum spend. Simply walk in to declare your passionate love for bbt and you will be rewarded.

The promo slashes the usual price of $4.20 by half if you want to play sharesies with your bestie.

Better yet, jio the girl of your dreams and treat her to this amazing goodness.

I’ve heard bbt is a foolproof way to a crush’s heart these days.

Two Flavours to Choose From

So you’ve successfully jio-ed your crush, and the cashier is patiently waiting for you to place an order (the people in line behind you a little less so). You turn to ask what she wants to drink, and she gives you a reply from hell:


Fortunately, Monga narrowed the bbt flavours down to just two this time. Get both the Green Dragon (Matcha) and the Black Dragon (Oolong), so she can decide what she wants without agitated customers breathing down your neck.

Image; Monga Fried Chicken

Don’t Forget the Fried Chicken

While you’re there, don’t forget to help yourself to one (or more than one) of their signature fried chicken fillets.

Priced at S$6.90 each, they come in three flavours: The King in original salt and pepper seasoning, Hot Chick with handmade Anaheim peppers paprika powder, and The Taiker with Japanese sauce and seawood powder imported from Okinawa.

These meat are marinated and tenderised using honey, then double fried in sufficient flour coating for optimum crisp with less grease.

Imagine biting into a slab of piping hot chicken – precisely cut to be at least 2cm thick – and taking a sip of the ice-cold bbt. Shiok!

A True Taiwanese Taste

Monga Fried Chicken is the business venture of famous Taiwanese artist and comedian Nono. He aims to propel Taiwanese snacks beloved by locals into the international spotlight and has successfully done so with outlets in Singapore, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Philippines and Malaysia.

Apart from the fried chicken, there are other traditional Taiwanese snacks like Monga Nuggets (S$5.90 for 6 pcs; S$7.90 for 9 pcs), Signature Fries (S$2.90), as well as Fried Chicken Skin and Fried King Oyster Mushrooms at S$3.90 each. In addition, Fried Broccoli, Seaweed Fries and Sweet Potato Fries with Plum Powder are priced at S$3.50 each.

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Head on over to any of these three outlets to catch the deal!

  • JEM B1-K10
  • ION Orchard B4-62
  • SingPost Centre 01-131


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