7-Eleven’s New Ready-To-Eat Menu Has Chinese, Japanese & Western Food

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New year, new me, but more importantly: new food. 

Whether you’re a foodie, a workaholic who has no time to cook, or for days where you just don’t feel like cooking—7-Eleven has your back. 

That’s right, a brand-new menu of ready-to-eat meals and treats are waiting for you at your nearest 7-Eleven stores. And if you’re a die-hard fan of 7-Eleven, you’ll be delighted to know that they’re bringing back some fan favourites from the past too!

Take your pick: Chinese, Japanese or Western?

You know it’s going to be a good year when you find your new favourite food within the first week. With 7-Eleven’s all-new, super tasty meals, I foresee 7-Eleven rising up your list of favourite makan spots. 

After the hurricane that is 2021, we could all use some comfort. And what else represents comfort at its finest than the retro 7-SELECT Doubled Boiled Chicken La Mian? Fresh wheat noodles added to a double-boiled chicken soup base and topped with vegetables and wolfberries—the sound of it is already spreading warmth inside me. What’s more, the soup is rich in collagen and cooked at high pressure for a fragrant and smooth broth, so you know for sure that it is going to taste good and be good for your health.

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7-Eleven has some spicy offerings as well. Check out 7-SELECT’s Sze Chuan Style Minced Chicken Noodles, whose fragrant spicy sauce comprises 7-Eleven’s unique mix of eleven different spices and seasonings—yellow bean paste, chilli flakes, Sze Chuan pepper, preserved mustard vegetable, sesame seeds, peanuts and five-spice powder… Mix that a generous portion of fresh noodles, juicy morsels of minced chicken and green vegetables, and this is sure to be a favourite of all spice-lovers. 

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Missing your holiday trips to Japan? Indulge in the taste of Japan with 7-SELECT’s Ozoni, which is a Japanese soup traditionally enjoyed over the New Year. With Japanese fish cake, shiitake mushrooms, mochi, tender cubes of chicken in a dashi stock broth seasoned with zesty yuzu… One taste of this Ozoni will send you straight to Japan, no VTL needed. 

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My busy friends who never seem to have time to grab a bite, this one’s for you: the 7-SELECT Pesto Chicken Ciabatta is not only a great grab-and-go option, but also super healthy! Soft and tasty ciabatta, filled with roasted basil chicken, roasted zucchini slices, arugula salad and topped off with a unique zesty basil cream pesto, it is savoury with a slight crunch—so you don’t have to skimp out on tastiness in exchange for convenience. 

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If ciabatta’s not your thing, why not try the 7-SELECT Black Pepper Chicken Burger instead? Juicy chicken patty with a flavourful black pepper sauce, garnished with roasted onions, this burger guarantees both sweetness and crunch in every bite.

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7-Eleven fans, this is for you: the 7-SELECT Double Layed Custard Cream Puff, Milk Cream Roll Cake, and Vanilla Mille Crepe Cake are all back by popular demand! All exclusively made in and brought in from Japan, these desserts are the perfect finish to any meal. 

By the way, the Sze Chuan Style Mined Chicken Noodles, Doubled Boiled Chicken La Mian, Pesto Chicken Ciabatta and Black Pepper Chicken Burger are all halal-certified. 

Buy More, Save More

From 5 January to 1 February, you can get $0.50 off the 7-SELECT Ozoni or Vanilla Mille Crepe when you pair it with the 7-SELECT Sze Chuan Style Minced Chicken Noodles or the Double Boiled Chicken La Mian. 

The 7-Select Black Pepper Chicken Burger is also available as part of the $4 Saver Combo. Pair this burger with the Mug Root Beer 330ml, Cane Barley or First Brew Lemongrass for only $4 from now till 15 February! Don’t say I bojio.

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