7-Eleven rolls out new Japanese-inspired ready-to-eat “Spring into Oishii Delights” menu

By Evan Mua April 17, 2024
7-Eleven rolls out new Japanese-inspired ready-to-eat “Spring into Oishii Delights” menu
Here’s a fuss-free but tasty meal option for Japanese-food lovers! Photos: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

Spring has finally arrived in Japan — the time of the year when the cherry blossoms flourish and flower-viewing crowds gather in high spirits.

While it’s one of the most popular periods for tourists to visit Japan, some of us are — very unfortunately — stuck in the office.

The new selection has a diverse range of options. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

However, if you’re really feeling the FOMO, 7-Eleven has launched a new ready-to-eat menu that might just alleviate some of those pains of missing out.

7-Eleven’s new “Spring into Oishii Delights” menu features a slew of convenient packed meals, ready-to-eat bites and two somen options.

Glossy Hitomebore rice is used in the pre-packed meals. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

What’s special about the pre-packed meals is the use of Japanese Hitomebore rice, which adds a nice glossy texture and a sweeter profile to the mix. The pre-packed meals come in four varieties:

  • Chicken katsudon (S$6)
  • Creamy caramelised onions hamburg with rice (S$6.20)
  • Hayashi beef with rice (S$6.20)
  • Omurice with Japanese curry chicken (S$6)

Consisting of popular classics such as curry omurice and katsudon, it’s perfect for Japanese-food lovers who are looking for a quick and fuss-free meal.

7-Eleven has somen for the first time ever. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

On the other hand, if you’re more of a noodle person, 7-Eleven is also offering two somen options for the first time ever: Somen with inari in dashi stock (S$5.50) and soymilk somen with chicken (S$6).

The former is a lighter, more comforting option, while the latter sees the noodles served in a bowl of rich, soymilk chicken broth.

Besides the more substantial carby items, 7-Eleven’s Japanese-inspired ready-to-eat menu also includes some hearty bites incorporating some very familiar flavours:

  • Potato salad with nori chicken popcorn bread roll (S$3.90)
  • Chicken ham katsu + scrambled egg with tartar sauce double combo sandwich (S$4.20)
  • Garlic miso ebi burger (S$3.90)
  • Japanese-style potato gratin (S$3.90)

On top of all that, the all-time favourite chawanmushi ($3.90) is also making a return.

The signature chawanmushi is back. Photo: Phyllis Leong/HungryGoWhere

Silky smooth and loaded with shiitake mushrooms, Japanese fishcakes and crabsticks — it’s a classic beloved by many 7-Eleven fans.

Hey, maybe you can even recreate your own hanami (flower viewing) day in Singapore? Grab some of 7-Eleven’s Japanese bites, some friends, a picnic mat, and maybe some of their signature onigiri and have your own day out!

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on Telok Ayer’s sleek new izakaya with value-for-money set lunches and the best spots to feast at when you cross the causeway for a JB daytrip.

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

You can also book a ride to 7-Eleven to try the K-flavour Hits snacks packed meals.


Multiple outlets islandwide
Open: Operating hours vary across outlets

Multiple outlets islandwide
Open: Operating hours vary across outlets

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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