This is Nono.
90s kids who used to chase after Taiwanese variety shows like 我猜我猜我猜猜猜 or 食字路口 would recognise this Taiwanese comedian.
Well, today, he’s no longer the celebrity needed Jacky Wu to enter stardom.
He’s also the boss of a Taiwanese fried chicken cutlet chain, Monga.
And here’s how popular his fried chicken cutlet is.
If this happens today, MOH is going to go apeshit but don’t worry, that happened before the Covid-19 outbreak.
And anyway, guess what?
You can now try this popular fried chicken store for the grand price of $0.10.
Yes. 10 cents.
Monga @ SingPost Centre Opening Promo (10 to 15 Mar)
On 10 to 15 Mar 2020, make your way down to Monga’s new outlet at SingPost Centre to enjoy a $0.10 Monga Chicken Rice with Iced Tea.
In other words, simply add 10 cents to enjoy a full course meal for just $7. Each piece of fried chicken from Monga costs $6.90.
There are three different flavours of iced tea to choose from:
- Osmanthus Oolong Tea
- Oolong Tea
- And Jasmine Green Tea
And unlike their outlet at JEM, the one at SingPost is their first sit-down outlet with tables for you to enjoy your meal.
How It Tastes
According to food reviews online, Monga is known for its extra-thicc chicken slices, with each piece sliced into 2-cm pieces.
Monga uses honey to marinate and tenderise their meat and it is double-fried to give it the “characteristic crust-like crunch with no greasiness”.
Currently, they have three different flavours of fried chicken available for customers to choose from:
- The King ($6.90): Original salt and pepper
- Hot Chick ($6.90): Chilli paprika powder
- The Taiker ($6.90): Japanese sauce and seaweed powder
They also sell sides as well like Monga nuggets, fried chicken skin, sweet potato fries and more.
So what are you waiting for? Time to go to SingPost Centre and enjoy a full Monga chicken rice set for just $7.
Here are the details:
- What: $0.10 for chicken rice, achar and a drink.
- Where: Monga @ SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600
- When: 10 to 15 Mar 2020