SIA Selling Their Signature Chicken Satay Online at About $2 Per Piece

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Missed flying on a plane? Would do anything to get back that feels of travelling out of Singapore?

Well, Singapore Airlines is now giving an opportunity to do so…with the chicken satay and peanut sauce they use on international flights.

SIA Selling Their Signature Chicken Satay Online at About $2 Per Piece

If you’ve always wanted to taste Singapore’s representative satay to the world (given how international travellers are likely to taste it on Singapore Airlines’ flights), this is your chance to do so.

From 3 Feb 2021, you can get your hands on SIA’s Signature Satay and get it delivered right to your doorstep.

Image: KrisShop

For S$98, you’ll get 48 sticks of chicken satay, together with fragrant, savoury peanut sauce.

Delivery commences from 3 Feb 2021, and after you’ve made your order here, SIA’s concierge will get in touch with you to arrange the delivery.

The satays will be packed in sets of 12 (25gm/stick) and 1.2kg worth of peanut sauce.

Confirmation with the concierge must be made three days before delivery, and make sure to order fast because there are limited quantity for delivery every day.


The food items come frozen so if you’re not eating them immediately, make sure to store them in the freezer.

Both the frozen satay and sauce can be kept for up to six months from the date of production.

If they’re thawed, they must be eaten within a day.

Instructions to make the food as delicious as possible, including thawing, will be sent along with your order.

As for the delivery, you can schedule them between 9am and 9pm daily, but the delivery must take place within a month of your purchase.

Terms & Conditions Apply:

For a single transaction, there can only be one single delivery, so if you’re planning to have the food delivered to multiple places, you’ll have to make different transactions.

Payment can be made via credit card, E-vouchers or KrisFlyer miles only. In other words, if you have KrisFlyer miles expiring soon, and no hope of travelling out of Singapore, this might just be a worthy use of your miles.


Orders cannot be cancelled and no refunds will be made.

If you want to make any changes to your order, you’ll have to do so as early as possible because no changes will be entertained within three days of the delivery date.

For more information, you can contact SIA’s concierge at 65067988 or send an email to [email protected]

The SIA concierge is open from 9am to 9pm daily.

It’s not just satay either and for those who prefer something a bit more upscale (since V.Day is coming), there are also first-class menus up for grabs.

On a separate note, you’ll know by now that the global air travel industry is unlikely to completely recover within the next few years.

How much can you earn from delivering food with foodpanda in Singapore? We tried it out for you, and the amount is apparently not what we’ve expected:

This means that airlines, including Singapore’s national carrier, will have to transform and find some other way to survive.

Besides food delivery, KrisShop is also offering plenty of other goodies waiting for you to explore.

This includes Valentine’s Day deals, CNY offerings and more.


Image: KrisShop

You can find out more here.

So, here’s the question of the day: Would you spend $2 for a piece of satay?

Feature Image: KrisShop / Fedor Selivanov /

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