Monga Opens Its first Dine-In Outlet at SingPost Centre With Hainanese Chicken Rice & Brown Sugar Bubble Teas

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Monga Singapore opens its first dine-in outlet today at SingPost Centre. Located on the ground level of SingPost Centre, the new outlet opened to the public at 12.30 pm this afternoon.

Monga SingPost Menu

The 25-seater can get filled up rather quickly during peak lunch and dinner periods.

Crispy Chicken Rice Box

Exclusively available at this dine-in outlet is the Fried Chicken Rice Set. Yes, Fried Chicken with a very cup of aromatic Hainanese chicken rice, achar (pickled vegetables) and a thick sweet chilli sauce that has been created exclusively for this new dish. The S$6.90 set comes with a drumstick and thigh meat. This is very reasonably priced. The new hot chilli sauce will be available at all three outlets from 9 March onwards. I didn’t think it the chilli sauce was spicy enough.

Taiwanese Bubble Milk Teas

Green Dragon (Left) & Black Dragon (Right)

Monga has also launched two Taiwanese bubble teas priced at S$4.20 each. The Black Dragon is oolong tea-based while the Green Dragon is matcha-flavoured. They are strangely not sweetened except for the bobbas.

I had Monga’s all-time favourite Osmanthus Oolong Tea and that was sweeter than the bubble teas.

Combo Sets

Other combo sets are available for dine-in ranging from S$8.90 for the 2 piece Monga Crispy Chicken, Sweet Potato Fries and a Soda to the S$42.90 Party Combo. The Party Combo comes with 10 piece Monga Crispy Chicken, 2 Sweet Potato Fries, 2 Salads, 12 piece Monga nuggets, 2 Fried Chicken Skin and 4 Sodas.

The fried chicken skins (S$3.90) or the Monga Nuggets (S$5.90 for 6 pieces) are so addictive!

Monga Fried Chicken Flavour (L to R) – The Taiker, Hot Chick and The King)

The signature 2-cm thick-cut fried chicken fillets are also available here at S$6.90 each. Pick from The King (original flavour), Hot Chick (dusted with chilli paprika powder handmade from Anaheim peppers) and The Taiker (dusted with Japanese Sauce and Okinawan seaweed powder. We hear that the thick, tender and juicy breast meat is the result of marinating it with honey. Fresh chicken is used instead of frozen chicken. One whole fresh chicken can only make two pieces of Monga fried chicken cutlets.

Monga SingPost Centre is located at 10 Eunos Road 8, #01-131 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600. It is open daily from 11.30 am to 9.30 pm. For those who can’t make it to Monga SingPost Centre, Foodpanda and GrabFood delivery are available from Monga ION and Monga JEM.

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