Monday, December 12, 2016

5 Salted Egg Fries in Singapore That We All Love

 5 Salted Egg Fries in Singapore That We All Love

Embark on exciting culinary adventures. At this time, we do highlight the best Salted Egg Fries in Singapore. A fantastic Western snack inspired by the local flavor that is only available within this period. Knowing that 2016 is the year of salted egg dishes, it is truly necessary to feature all of them. Kindly check our previous blog post about Best Salted Egg Chicken, Salted Egg Creations in Singapore, and Best Fries In Singapore for more guide.

There are several types of Salted Egg Fries that we love. Ranging from the hawker creation to the restaurant quality dish, all of them is wallet-friendly but still deliver a robust flavor at the same time. Just find out your preference and enjoy! :)

 Salted Egg Fries

1. Kushi
The best Salted Egg Fries is here. Guest can expect for a crispy texture of fries coated in rich salted egg sauce that results in a creamy and sticky aftertaste. The humble presentation has clearly represented the real flavor of it. Tucked away at the Timbre+ on Ayer Rajah Road, this venue has created a new hype across the neighborhood by this item. Time to check in?

Address: 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent
JTC LaunchPad @ one-north
Nearest MRT: one-north
RSVP: (+65) 62 522 545
Operational Hours:
6.00am - 12.00am (Everyday)
Closed on Sunday

 Sweet Potato Fries with Salted Yolk Sauce

Not your common fries game. Using the sweet potato fries as the main components are truly unique then bathed with intense salted egg sauce, this typical Sweet Potato Fries with Salted Yolk Sauce comes as the newest addition to the hipster fries creation in town. We just loved the right crispiness and sweetness level of fries that blend really well with the sauce. Comes in the generous portion, you can share this menu for 2 pax. Unless you don't want too.

AddressBlk 4 Jalan Bukit Ho Swe #01-164
Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru
RSVP: (+65) 63 773 170
Operational Hours:
11.00am - 9.00pm (Tuesday - Friday)
9.30am - 9.00pm (Saturday)
9.30am - 6.00pm (Sunday)
Closed on Monday

 Salted Egg Shaker Fries

Continuing the successful story of its Salted Egg and Chilli Crab Fish & Chips, now Fish & Chicks create a new menu called Salted Egg Shaker Fries. To set difference with the other, they used a salted egg powder instead of sauce on top of thin cut fries. Guest can feel the perfect crispiness level of fries followed by the salty flavor of that powder. Cost you for only S$ 8.00, this menu is truly affordable and wallet-friendly. No wonder people keep on looking at this.

Address: 8 Grange Road #B1-01
Cathay Cineleisure Orchard
Nearest MRT: Somerset
RSVP: (+65) 98 283 490
Operational Hours: 
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

 Salted Egg Pumpkin Fries

Chinese creation. Replacing the common fries with pumpkin fries is a brilliant idea for new flavor and texture. Basically, the pumpkin fries is on point. It tastes quite sweet, soft and a bit of crispy as well. Together with salted egg sauce, this menu is no longer boring as it looks. Simply delicious and entertaining actually.

Address: 1 Jelebu Road #02-17
Bukit Panjang Plaza
Nearest MRT: Bukit Panjang
RSVP: (+65) 67 674 745
Operational Hours:
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

 Arbite

5. Arbite
Start typing on Google for the best Salted Egg Fries in Singapore and results with this finding. Arbite is a hidden gem in Serangoon that capable of handling 30+ people at the same time. Offering the most authentic Salted Egg Fries like no other, our team certainly love the perfect composition between sauce and fries. Not too salty, not too sweet but it's just well balanced. Just bring your friends here and they will be proud of you.

Address: 66A Serangoon Garden Way
Nearest MRT: Serangoon
RSVP: (+65) 62 870 430
Operational Hours:
11.30am - 3.00pm (Lunch)
6.00pm - 10.30pm (Dinner)
9.00am - 10.30pm (Saturday & Sunday)


 5 Salted Egg Fries in Singapore That We All Love


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