Sunday 31 March 2013

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面 (85 Fengshan Food Centre)

85 Fengshan Food Centre
It has been almost 10 years since I last visited 85 Fengshan Food Centre at Blk 85 Bedok North. This year, the newly furbished food centre reopened for business after undergoing a 10 months Hawker Centres Upgrading Programme (HUP). It would definitely be good, to visit this place again. I visited this place on a Saturday night at around 10pm. The hawker centre was paced! Filled to the brim with people.
One of the must try in this food centre is the Bak Chor Mee. There are three such stalls. Two of them  (i.e.  Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian and Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee) operating side by side, next to each other. It is quite weird that (direct) competitors seems to like being located side by side or be located in the same food centre. The Lao Ban Beancurd and its competitors (i.e. QQ Soya Bean, 51 Soya Beancurd) are another example. When the craze first started, they were all located in Old Airport Hawker Centre.  
One of the must order is definitely the famous soupy Minced Pork Noodles (Bak Chor Mee) from Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面. Over here, there is no need to choose between dry or wet version, chilli or no chilli, or vinegar or no vingear. Instead, there's only the Soup version.

We were told that the waiting time was at least half an hour. (Last week, we waited 1 hr and 3 mins for the Bak Chor Mee!!!) Since we have travel down specially from the North for this, we also ordered Chicken Wings and Oyster Omelette. These dishes helped kept us (to be exact - our fingers and mouth) busy while we waited for the Minced Pork Noodles to be served to us.
Minced Pork Noodles $2.50
Minced Pork Noodles $2.50
This bowl of Minced Pork Noodles was well-executed. It was worth the wait! It was served with meatballs and garnished with slices of red chilli and spring onion. The meatballs were bouncy, fresh, soft and tasty while the noodles were soft and springy (QQ). I thought that what made this bowl of minced pork noodles so unique was the Minced Meat and Soup.
Minced Meat (from another occasion)
The Minced Meat were all hidden at the bottom of the noodles. A generous portion was given and unlike those found elsewhere, these were tender and fluffy with a melt in the mouth sensation (there is no need to chewy). One reason was because, these minced meat were mixed with fats.

The Soup made from pork bones was superb. It was incredibly rich and packed with flavours. It must have cooked for hours to achieve such a taste. In addition, very small pieces of pork lard and fried garlic was added into the soup to enhance the oomph of this bowl of soup. The good news is that I doubt any MSG was added into the soup as I did not felt thirsty after having drank the whole bowl of soup..down to the last drop.

It was good (darn shiok) eating the Minced Pork Noodles (Bak Chor Mee) at Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面 again. This bowl of noodles is outstanding and worth the travel and wait! I envy those who live this hawker centre. They can come down anytime for supper. One of the best Minced Pork Noodles (Bak Chor Mee)!
Even thought we left at 1130pm, Fengshan Food Centre was still packed with people especially at the section where Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面 is located. Well, the night is still young, especially since it was the weekend; Saturday.

If you are wondering where would be a good place to park your vehicle, the carpark next to Blk 90 would be a good choice. It's just a stone throw away from the hawker centre (i.e. 5 minutes).

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian 兴记肉脞面 (85 Fengshan Food Centre)
Blk 85 Bedok North St 4 #01-07
85 Fengshan Food Centre
Tel: 98357884

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Friday 29 March 2013

Berrylite: 250 Cups Of Froyo For Free At Bugis+ (30 Mar 2013)

Berrylite: 250 Cups Of Froyo For Free At Bugis+ (30 Mar 2013)

Tune in to UFM100.3 to find out how you can get yours for free!

Thursday 28 March 2013

Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff (Maxwell Food Centre)

It has been 2 years since I last visited Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff at Maxwell Food Centre. I still remember how this stall caught my attention back then in 2011- the man making curry puff at his stall. The chance to enjoy and support another freshly made curry puff stall instead of factory made was too good an opportunity to forgo. 
Comparing the appearance of the stall over the 2 years, nothing much has changed. The stall appearance is still the same, even the man making the curry puff is wearing the same clothes and he still looks the same! Well, almost everything was the same. The only difference was that there was an increase in price in the curry puffs by 20 cents each. 
The man hard at work preparing the ingredients for the chicken curry puff. 
Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff sells three types of curry puffs; namely, Chicken Curry Puffs, Sardine Curry Puffs and Fish Otah Curry Puffs. The freshly prepared and cooked curry puffs are are still pipping hot are displayed at the stall front. Looks inviting? 
The Chicken Curry Puff and Sardine Curry Puff cost $1.40 each while the Fish Otah Curry Puff cost $1.60 each. Previously, the curry puffs used to cost $1.20 and $1.40 respectively. 
The ingredients mixed together to form the fillings in the curry puff.
In the background, each piece of curry puffs looked so identical as if they were factory made. But in reality, they were hand made - made (shape) to perfection. 
Chicken Curry Puff $1.40 (using old photo from previous post)
Chicken Curry Puff $1.40 (using old photo from previous post)
The Chicken Curry Puff was warm and plump. The crust thin, crisp and flaky had a slight buttery fragrance. The fillings comprised of moist mashed potatoes with chicken bits mixed with a blend of aromatic curry powder.  In addition, a small piece of hard boiled egg in the curry puff. Overall, the Chicken Curry Puff was quite decent.

This time, I also tried the Otah Curry Puff. It was executed differently and was surprisingly good. Instead of moist potatoes, it was filled with generous amount of fresh succulent fish chunks mixed with curry powder. It was a pleasure savouring such a curry puff.

If you are at Maxwell Food Centre or at Tanjong Pagar, this is a snack worth trying. Try it immediately upon purchase as curry puffs taste best when they are freshly cooked.

Tanglin Crispy Curry Puff (Maxwell Food Centre)
1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-06 Maxwell Food Centre
Tel: 9740 8408
Opening Hours: Daily 7am to 7pm

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Wednesday 27 March 2013

Quiznos Singapore: $4.95 6" Tuna Melt Sub (till 31 Mar 2013)

Source: Quiznos Singapore
Quiznos Singapore: $4.95 6" Tuna Melt Sub (till 31 Mar 2013)

Monday 25 March 2013

Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面 (Sunshine Plaza)

If I am not mistaken, Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面 opened at Sunshine Plaza early last year (2012). I have walked past Sunshine Plaza a couple of times and noticed this eatery because of the aroma of its Hokkien Mee. 
I was thrilled when I found an opportunity to patronise this eatery on a weekday night for dinner at around 730pm. To my surprise, I was the only customer. When I walked past previously during lunch time, it was nearly always full. 

Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面 offers five items on their menus (exuding drinks), namely, Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee, Hor Fun, Oyster Omelette, Prawn Omelette and Home Made Ngo Hiong. In addition, customers can choose to order Set Meal A or Set Meal B which includes the Hokkien Mee with a Drink.

I ordered the Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee as it was their signature dish. It was served to me within a few minutes. 
Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee $4.50 (Regular)
The Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee was the wet version type. The noodles were soaked in the brown gravy till they were all brownish in colour. If you look closely at the pictures, you might have noticed that a mixture of yellow noodles and thick beehoon (white) were used. Both type of noodles had turn brownish in colour. This was most probably because it was cooked earlier, left in the work and then re-heated when a customer comes in to make an order. In addition, the squids and prawns were overcooked. There was just 3 pieces of prawns and 3 pieces of squids in this plate of Hokkien Mee. If there were many customers or if the turnover was fast, this might not have been an issue (prawns/squid over cooked and noodles turning brownish in colour). 

The gravy was another let down. It was not flavourful, instead was salty. In fact, there was an after taste which gave a strong hint that too much light soy sauce was added (or I will put it in another aspect, it tasted like light soy sauce except that it was thicker and more gooey). A very disappointing bowl of Hokkien Mee. At $4.50 the ingredients given (e.g. prawns, squids, egg) were miserable. The plate looks huge mainly because of the generous portion of the yellow noodles and thick beehoon.

Honestly, I doubt that I am going back to Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面 again. There are other eateries in Sunshine Plaza that I would rather visit such as Victor's Kitchen, Ichi Tei (Japanese Bento & Udon) and Aroy Dee Thai Cafe. 

Just in case you do not know where Sunshine Plaza is, it is located in between Bugis and Dhoby Ghaut MRT station. It is a 5 minutes walk away from POMO and Peace Centre. It is just across the road from the new Singapore Pools building along Middle Road. 

Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面 (Sunshine Plaza)
91 Bencoolen Street
#01-54 Sunshine Plaza
Tel: 90401840

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Sunday 24 March 2013

Watami Singapore: Tokusei Hire Katsu Karei Lunch Set at $9.80

Watami Japanese Casual Restaurant Singapore: Tokusei Hire Katsu Karei Lunch Set at $9.80
Special Curry with Deep Fried Pork Cutlet Rice Set, comes with mini salad, miso soup and drink

- Valid from 1130am to 5pm
- Valid only at Watami Central, Watami Star Vista, Watami JCUBE, Watami Causeway Point

Saturday 23 March 2013

Long John Silver Singapore: All-New Breakfast Express Sets from $2.90

Source:  Long John Silver Singapore
 Long John Silver Singapore: All-New Breakfast Express Sets from $2.90 
Double Turkey Bacaon, Chicken Sausage, Big Fish, Turkey & Tuna Omelette and Texas Chicken Express.

Friday 22 March 2013

Ah-Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice 阿仔海南鸡饭 (Maxwell Food Centre) 2nd Post

This marks my second visit to Ah Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice 阿仔海南鸡饭 since its inception, my first since it's license was suspended for two weeks. As I have posted about this before, I shall not dive into it again.

As mentioned, Ah Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice had it's license suspended by NEA for two weeks as it had accumulated 12 demerit points in the last 12 months for issues related to keep the premise pest free and preparation of food. (I wonder who rat on them.. I smell a rat. No rewards for guessing who I suspect.) Since the stall has opened for business, with NEA strict guidelines, checks and hygiene levels, I was confident that the food was safe to eat. As the saying goes, 'the safest place is the most dangerous place'. I am quite sure that the food is very clean and safe for consumption! Anyway, a side note is that this is a hawker centre not a restaurant, what more do you expect?
If you thought that the NEA suspension of Ah Tai would have affected their business, then you are wrong. There was a long queue of more than 10 people queuing to order their chicken rice. One of the other reason for the queue could be because Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice was closed on that day. 
Chicken Rice $3 + Gizzard $0.50
Bean Sprouts $2
Order my usual stuff, Chicken Rice $3 with Gizzard $0.50. In addition, I also ordered a plate of Bean Sprouts that cost $2. The Bean Sprouts served with sliced chillies, shallots and spring onions were drizzled with a combination of light soy sauce mixed with sesame oil.  The Bean Sprouts were  so crunchy and tasty that they were highly addictive. A good match for the Chicken Rice. 
Chicken Rice $3 + Gizzard $0.50
The standard of Ah Tai's Chicken Rice seemed to have improved compared to the version I had on my first visit.

During the previous visit, although the rice was fragrant and flavourful, it was hard and dry. However, during this recent visit, the it was moist and soft. Couple with fact that it had just the right mix of fragrance and flavour, it was easy to indulge the rice on its own.

This time, the meat (chicken) was cut properly and was as tasty and tender as before.

Overall, I would say that the Chicken Rice at Ah Tai has improved! It was delish and certainly tasted much better than before!  

Ah-Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice 阿仔海南鸡饭 (Maxwell Food Centre)
1 Kadayayanallur Street
#01-07 Maxwell Food Centre
Tel: 8137 6559 
Opening Hours: Wed to Mon 11am to 730pm
                         Closed on Tue

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Thursday 21 March 2013

Breeks Singapore: 1 For 1 Lunch Set on Weekdays Lunch Only

Source: Breeks Singapore
Breeks Singapore: 1 For 1 Lunch Set on Weekdays Lunch Only

- Valid for weekday lunch only from 1130am to 5pm, except Public Holidays
- Main course comes with complimentary Soup of the Day
- Free main course is of equal or lower value
- Valid in Singapore BREEKS outlets only
- Valid for dine-in only
- Not valid with other promotions or discounts
- While stocks last
- NS45 Safra / HometeamNS vouchers are accepted

Wednesday 20 March 2013

Ben & Jerry's Singapore: FREE Cone Day (9 Apr 2013)

Ben & Jerry's Singapore
Ben & Jerry's Singapore: FREE Cone Day (9 Apr 2013, Tuesday)
Seven outlets participating in Free Cone Day 2013

From 12pm to 6pm:
-  Ben & Jerry's @ Zoo Entrance (80 Mandai Lake Road, 729826)

From 12pm to 8pm:
- Dempsey (Block 8 #01-14 Dempsey Road (Carpark behind Block 8), 249688)
- Vivocity (1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-135/136, 098585 )
- The Cathay (Level 1 Atrium, 2 Handy Road, 229233)
- Rochester Mall (31 Rochester Drive, #01-01, 138637)
- Fairprice Finest @ TripleOne Somerset (111 Somerset Road #01-04/04A/05 to 09 TripleOne Somerset, 238164 (outside Fairprice Finest))
- Great World City (#02-40A ,1 Kim Seng Promenade, 237994)

Tuesday 19 March 2013

Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles 牛肉麵 (Holland Drive)

Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles 牛肉麵  used to be located at Orchard Emerald Basement Food Court in 1997. I understand that the owner has moved several times before finally settling down at its present location; a coffee shop at Blk 46 Holland Drive. The stall is located at a corner of the coffee shop near the zi char stall. 
I visited Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles 牛肉麵 on a weekday during lunch hours.There was a queue of around 4 person in front of me. Despite the short queue, I had to wait close to 10 minutes. This was because it was basically a one man show. The owner operate the whole stall by himself. He takes the order one at a time, cooks it upon order and collects the payment. This reminds me of Yilmaz Western (Ang Mo Kio) which was also a one man show. 
This may also explains why the owner has left a clear indication of his operating hours and the price list for addition of ingredients clearly at his stall front. 
Beef Noodle (Half Set Meal) $4.00
I ordered the Beef Noodle (Half Set Meal) which consisted of a bowl of Beef Noodles and a bowl of Beef Balls Soup.
Beef Noodles
This bowl of Beef Noodles was delicious. A generous portion of beansprouts, diced salted vegetables, slices of beef and spring onions was served together with the noodles. The owner has also grasped the timing to cook the thinly sliced beef perfectly. Such that they were not over cooked, slightly pinkish and was so tender, so soft. The smooth brownish gravy had the right consistency - was not too starchy nor too fluid. Taste wise, it was great; tasty and full of flavour from the beef stock. 
Beef Balls Soup
As for the Beef Balls Soup, it was as good as the bowl of Beef Noodles. Although there was nothing to shout about regarding the beef balls other than it was soft, the soup was the star. It was rich, tasty, full of flavour and essence from the beef. I doubt that any MSG was added as it did not taste salty and I did not feel thirsty after drinking all the soup.

This bowl of Beef Noodles and Beef Balls Soup from Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles 牛肉麵  is easily one of the better if not best beef noodles around. Fans of Beef Noodles will surely love this!

After thought: I admire the spirit of the local stall owners (e.g. Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles & Yilmaz Western)  who despite the difficulties (e.g. rising rental cost, rising cost of ingredients, difficulty and cost of hiring a helper) have gone to continue operating the stalls themselves. In addition, long hours and hard work  are required to cook such delectable dishes. Let's hope that they continue to persevere. I will definitely still be going back to these stalls to continue to patronise, support and at the same time satisfy my stomach. A win-win-win situation.

Orchard Emerald Beef Noodles 牛肉麵 (Holland Drive)
#01-359, Blk 46 Holland Drive 
Tel: 9678 3869
Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm

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Monday 18 March 2013

Capricciosa Singapore: March Promotions (till 31 Mar 2013)

Source: Capricciosa Singapore
Capricciosa Singapore: March Promotions (till 31 Mar 2013)
Free Soup, Buy 1 Get 1 Free Spaghetti, Buy 1 Get 1 Free Pizza, 50% off Fresh Handmade Pasta

- Valid till 31 March 2013
- Print and present this leaflet at store to enjoy the deals
- Valid for dine-in only
- Not valid with other promotions or discounts
- The management reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions without prior notice

Sunday 17 March 2013

Tampopo Restaurant (Liang Court)

Tampopo Restaurant is one of my favourite restaurant when it comes satisfying my ramen craving. It has been around for sometime, starting off with an outlet in Liang Court. Today, it is a restaurant chain serving Japanese Cuisine and has expanded to Takashimaya and also opened the Tampopo Deli at the basement of Liang Court. Tampopo is popular for its black pig ramen and first started in Liang Court.
We arrived at the restaurant at 1130am on a weekday. We were their first customer that day. Before long, the 2nd and third group of customers arrived. We were able to place our orders fairly quickly as we knew what to order before hand. We were served the green tea and the ramen without much delay.
Original Kyushu Ramen $13.50
Original Kyushu Ramen $13.50
The partner ordered the Original Kyushu Ramen. Besides the Kyushu ramen which was thin and hard, the bowl of ramen was served with tamago, black fungus, fish roe, soy sauce pork slice (char siew) and spring onions The Char Siew with a decent fat to lean meat ratio provided a melt in the mouth sensation.

The pork broth which required two days to made was made from pork bone! The pork broth was light, milky and tasty. I felt that it was a tad too salty. Nevertheless, it was still one of the better Japanese ramen around and at $13.50, it was value for money!
Deluxe Tampopo Black Pig Shabu Ramen $16.30
Deluxe Tampopo Black Pig Shabu Ramen $16.30
I ordered the Deluxe Tampopo Black Pig Shabu Ramen which was served with tampopo, corns, bamboo shoots, slices of black pig and lettuce. It was topped with lots of chilli flakes and some spring onions. The flavour of the chilli flakes did not overwhelm the taste of the pork bone broth. The broth was tasty yet forgiving. Compared to the broth from the Original Kyushu Ramen, I thought that this was more flavourful. The ramen was well cooked, retained its springiness and was not hard. It was a joy slurping the ramen along with the broth.

As the name black pig shabu suggests, the black pig was sliced thinly (paper thin) with little or no marination so that one can taste the original taste of the meat. Each piece had the right balance of fats and meat and was so soft and tender that they provided a melt in the mouth sensation. If only they gave more slices of the black pig shabu. Oishii!!!  Black Pig aka Berkshire Pig is the oldest breed of pig known originating from  Reading-Berkshire in England. It is the highest prized pork in Japan and regarded as the best quality of pork in the world. 

The Tamago (Japanese half boiled egg) was excellent. A firm and nice consistent dark brown colour on the outside. On the inside, it was soft and the egg yolk was runny - just the way a Tamago should be like. If you are keen to make your very own Tamago, you can click here for the recipe.

Overall, I felt that Tampopo's ramen was as good as Santouka's! Besides the dishes mentioned in this post, the Tonkatsu Ramen, Scoop Cake and Matcha Chiffon Cake are worth a try too. Service wise, the staff were prompt in refilling the green tea and the food got served pretty fast. To be fair, I should add that as we arrived at 1130am on a weekday, there was virtually no crowd in the restaurant. 

Tampopo Restaurant (Liang Court) 
177 River Valley Road
#01-23/24 Liang Court
Tel: 6338 3186
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat 1130am - 1030pm (last order 10pm)
                        Sunday and Public Holidays 11am - 1030pm (last order 10pm)

Tampopo Restaurant (Takashimaya) 
B2-33 Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Tel: 6235 2318
Opening Hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

Friday 15 March 2013

Watami Singapore: 80% off for Tonpeiyaki at Causeway Point (till 30 Apr 2013)

Source: Watami Singapore
Watami Singapore: 80% off for Tonpeiyaki at Causeway Point (till 30 Apr 2013)
$1.80 (80% off) Tonpeiyaki (Pork, Cheese, Cabbage, Egg). (U.P $8.80)

- Valid from 15 Mar to 30 Apr 2013
- Valid at Causeway Point outlet only
- Minimum $10 (excluding GST and Service Charge) spent on a single receipt
- Valid for Dine-in only
- Valid for first 15 customers on weekdays and first 25 customers on weekend

Thursday 14 March 2013

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert Promotion (Mar 2013)

Source: Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert Promotion (Mar 2013)
Avocado Float at $3.80 (U.P $5.90)
Avocado Coral at $3.30 (
U.P $4.90)
Avocado Freeze at $3.30 (
U.P $4.90) 

Lights out Special (Earth Hour)
$1 Avocado Coral on 23 March, 830pm to 930pm only

Wednesday 13 March 2013

Kee Hock (Clementi Central Hawker Centre and Market)

Kee Hock located at Clementi Central Hawker Centre and Market sells Zi Char dishes such as Hor Fun and Mui Fan. As I was in a rush, I had to settle for this. There were just around 3 person in front of me. I ordered their Beef Hor Fun. 
As I was queuing, I noticed the staff inside scooping out the pre-cooked hor fun into the plates. It seemed that this is becoming a trend; cooking the gravy then drizzling it over the pre-cooked hor fun. Well, after my encounter at Four Seas (Albert Centre Market & Food Centre), I thought that I should not judge before hand. In addition, I noticed that the of the three person in front of me, two of them ordered the Beef Hor Fun too! 
Beef Hor Fun $4.50
Beef Hor Fun $4.50
Well, this is the Beef Hor Fun. For $4.50, the amount of ingredients pale in comparsion compared to Four Seas (Albert Centre Market & Food Centre). Besides Hor Fun, there were just a few miserable pieces of vegetables, egg whites and beef slices. The positive aspect was that many pieces of beef was given. Taste wise, it was disappointing. There was no work hei and the gravy tasted salty, as if too much soy sauce was added and was not tasty at all. Having wrote all these, I am sure you would know how I felt about this dish. 
Kee Hock (Clementi Central Hawker Centre and Market)
Blk 448, Clementi Ave 3
Opening Hours: 11am to 230pm, 4pm to 830pm

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Tuesday 12 March 2013

KFC Singapore: This Week's Special, 3 KFC Fish Ole from 12-3pm

Source: KFC Singapore
KFC Singapore: This Week's Special, 3 KFC Fish Ole from 12-3pm 
Add-on Specials
- $1 each for Pepsi (regular) / French Fries (regular) / Coleslaw (regular) / Whipped Potato (regular) / Egg Tart (1 pc)
- $2.95 for each Cheese Fries

Monday 11 March 2013

McDonald's Singapore: National Breakfast Day, Over 100,000 Free Egg McMuffins! (18 Mar 2013)

Source: McDonald's Singapore
McDonald's Singapore: National Breakfast Day, Over 100,000 Free Egg McMuffins! (18 Mar 2013)
1000 Egg McMuffin™ will be given out, per participating store, while stock lasts.

- Valid on 18 Mar 2013, from 5am to 10am
- Only one redemption per coupon per customer is allowed
- Redemption is based on presentation of valid original Free Egg McMuffin™ Giveaway coupon
- Coupon will be handed out on 18th Mar at participating outlets
- No purchase required
- Not valid for takeaway or delivery
- While stocks last
- Valid at all participating McDonald's in Singapore

All participating outlets will start from 5am – 10am, except
- McDonald's Singapore Polytechnic 2 – 6am – 10am
  500 Dover Road Teaching Block 16 #01-13 Singapore Polytechnic S (139651)
- McDonald's Temasek Polytechnic – 6am – 10am
  21 Tampines Avenue 1 30B-01-02 Temasek Polytechnic S(529757)
- McDonald's Nanyang Polytechnic – 6am – 10am
  180 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 Blk A (Campus Ctr) level 2 North Wing Nanyang Polytechnic Central North
  Centre, S(569830)
- McDonald's Compass Point – 7am – 10am
  1 SengKang Square #B1-17 Compass Point S(545078)
- McDonald's City Square Mall – 6am -10am
  180 Kitchener Rd #B1-03/05 City Square S (208539)

Non-participating stores are:
- McDonald's KK Hospital
  100 Bukit Timah Road #01-33 KK Women's & Children's Hospital S(229899)
- McDonald's Changi Airport T2 Transit Lounge
  60 Airport Boulevard #036-070 Changi Airport Terminal 2 Departure/Transit Lounge Central S(819643)
- McDonald's Lucky Chinatown
  211 New Bridge Road #01-10 to #01-14 Lucky Chinatown S(059432)
- McDonald's Clementi Ave 3
  Blk 451 Clementi Ave 3 # 01-309, S(120451)
- McDonald’s Tampines Interchange Kiosk
  Blk 512 #01-K1 Tampines Central 1 S(520512)
- McDonald’s Yew Tee Kiosk (Ground Level)
  Blk 623, Choa Chu Kang St 62, #01-262 Singapore (680623)

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