KFC goes meatless with Zero Chicken Burger
It looks like KFC Singapore has hopped on the recent trend of going green. The fast-food chain’s all-new KFC Zero Chicken Burger is exclusively available for you from today (13 Jan) till stocks last.
This exclusive meat-free burger has been unveiled in Singapore, making Singaporeans the first in Southeast Asia to savour it.
The Zero Chicken Burger does not contain any meat but is still worth trying as it packs various flavours.
KFC has pieced together a mycoprotein meat-free patty covered with their original recipe of 11 herbs and spices.
You can expect fresh lettuce, sliced cheese, tangy BBQ sauce and mayonnaise in this burger as well.
The finishing touch is, of course, their toasted sesame buns.
You can enjoy this meatless lover’s choice at $6.55 or as a meal at $8.65.
Choose between their dine-in, takeaway and KFC Delivery options, although the exclusive burger is not available at Singapore Polytechnic and Singapore Zoo.
Another important note to keep in mind would be that this burger is not vegan or vegetarian.
Some of the other must-haves that you can find at KFC would be their new Spicy Chicken Skin ($3.60), sweet Marshmallow Chocolate Hazelnut egg tart ($1.50) and Chicken with Fries deal ($11.50).
Find more scrumptious news about KFC on their website.
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