Don’t Say Bojio: Texas Chicken Selling Salted Egg Chicken From 16 July

We’re less than a month away from 9 Aug 2020.

And you know what that means?

Reader Bao: National Day Song?

Nope.

Reader Bao: National Day promotions?

Nop- Okay, close. We’re talking Singapore Pride Food.

Reader Bao: What’s that?

I mean food infused with local flavours. Remember Nasi Lemak burger? Or Rendang burger?

That’s what I’m talking about.

And this year, Texas Chicken is back again with their iconic salted egg chicken.

Don’t Say Bojio: Texas Chicken Selling Salted Egg Chicken From 16 Jul Until 26 Aug 2020

Texas Chicken first introduced its REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken to Singapore in Jul 2019.

And apparently, it’s such a success that they’re now bringing it back again this year.

In a press release, Texas Chicken says that they’ll be selling the REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken from 16 Jul 2020 to 26 Aug 2020.

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The recipe took them three years to perfect, according to the folks at Texas Chicken, and here’s how they described their chicken:

Using only 100% fresh chicken that are delivered daily to the restaurants, the juiciness and tenderness of the meat are maintained at its optimal level.

The other layer is generously coated with real salted egg sauce and sprinkled with salted egg crumbs to give the ultimate crunch with every bite.

Well, I won’t blame you if you’re like Goku below after hearing that spiel:

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You can check out this article we did when we reviewed their salted egg chicken last year.

Yes, that time when they threw shade at a certain fried chicken chain’s Gold Spice chicken.

After trying it, let’s just say that their chicken can afford to throw shade anywhere they want to.


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Price

Yes, we Singaporeans love our food, especially #SaltedEggEverything, but here’s something we value even more: Value for money.

How much would it cost you to get your hands on the REAL salted egg fried chicken?


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Drumroll, please

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Combo Meal (From $10.60)

  • 2-piece REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken
  • Regular Fries x 1
  • Honey Butter Biscuit x 1
  • Regular CocaCola®  x 1

REAL Feast Box (From $12.90)

  • 1 serving of REAL Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken
  • 4-piece Tenders
  • 8-piece Nuggets

Bundle Meal (From $49.90)

  • 8-piece REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken
  • 2 serving of REAL Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken
  • Honey Butter Biscuit x 4
  • Large Fries x 2
  • Honey Butter Biscuit x 2
  • Regular CocaCola®  x 2

5-Piece Salted Egg Meal (From $28.20)


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  • 5-piece REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken
  • 1 serving of REAL Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken
  • Large Fries x 1
  • Honey Butter Biscuit x 2
  • Regular CocaCola®  x 2

Ala Carte:

  • 1-piece REAL Salted Egg Fried Chicken: $4.30
  • REAL Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken: From $5.50

Don’t Say Bojio Promotions:

For all dine-in and takeaway orders at Texas Chicken outlets, you can enjoy $1 off with a minimum spend of $10 when you pay with OCBC Pay AnyoneTM.

For delivery orders with a minimum spend of $30.00 via order.texaschicken.com.sg, get 10% off using the promo code TEX10 when you check out

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