Usher in a Hae Bee (Happy) New Year with a range of new Old Chang Kee products and make your festive season a whole lot better.
The first savoury treat that Old Chang Kee has in store for you is the Hae Bee Hiam Chicken’O.
This puff comes with Hae Bee Hiam (dried prawn sambal chilli), chicken and rempah blend of spices, all encased in the golden crispy pastry.
The pastry has a spicy punch with the fragrance of Hae Bee Hiam that is surely tasty.
Old Chang Kee’s Hae Bee Hiam Chicken’O is available from Jan 12 Jan to Feb 28 at all their outlets so get your puff fix now!
The golden pastry is priced at $2.00 apiece. You can grab 2 puffs for $3.60.
Old Chang Kee and its family brands, Curry Times, Coffee House and Catering will also be launching the Golden Crispy Prawn Roll, a popular snack every festive season.
The snack is filled with spicy Hae Bee Hiam in crispy skin and is so addictive.
Each tub is approximately 500g and you can buy it at $16.80/tub and 2 tubs for $30 from Jan 15.
The tubs are available across all Old Chang Kee outlets, Curry Times, O’My Kampong, Bun Times and Mushroom Cafe and food deliveries on Grab Food, FoodPanda and Deliveroo.
This snack will also be perfect as a festive gift for your colleagues or loved ones.
To add on to the other treats, Curry Times is also home to a new Hae Bee 5 Treasures Set @ $13.80++/set.
Curry Times is commonly known for its home-cooked curry dishes and its nostalgic interior decoration.
But, with the new set, you can expect something new yet delectable.
Each set comes with a 5-course meal.
It consists of Hae Bee Hiam rice balls (3pcs) and either their Fish Fillet in Oyster Sauce, Soya Sauce Chicken or Roast Chicken Leg. The set also contains fortune vegetables, Prosperity Fish Maw Soup and Roselle Tea.
The Hae Bee 5 Treasures Set will be available at Curry Times stores from now to Feb 28.
If you are looking for a different take on Yusheng, look out for Curry Times’ Prosperity Smoked Salmon Yusheng.
It comes with julienne carrots, white and green radish and pickled vegetables topped with the centrepiece, smoked salmon.
Available at $38.80++ each (serves 4-6pax) from Jan 18 Jan to Feb 26 at all Curry Times Stores.
How can you ever go wrong with the classics like chicken rice?
You can get a plate of scrumptious Crispy Hainanese Chicken Drum with Hainanese Rice Balls and Winter Melon Drink for $10.90 at Old Chang Kee Coffee House from Jan 15 to while stocks last.
The dish is paired with the store’s tangy homemade Hainanese Chilli sauce too, making it quite a savoury treat for you!
Score a free Hae Bee Hiam Chicken’O with every purchase of this dish.
If you are celebrating this festive season from the comforts of your home, try out Old Chang Kee’s Catering or even their Frozen Food delivery.
Their reunion delivery sets include bento and food trays that can feed 8 to 10 people. With dishes like Sambal Fish, Roast Chicken with Hainanese Chilli, Braised Bee Hoon with Assorted Vegetables and more, the sets are priced at $138++ to $218++.
To make it more special, you will also be getting free delivery and gifts which are worth $55 and $65 respectively.
The freebies include 10 packs of potato chips, two 1.5 litre bottles of Seasonal Drinks and $20 Old Chang Kee Vouchers (worth $65)!
These festive catering sets will be available from Jan 18 to Feb 27.
You can order now on their site or email Old Chang Kee. You can also make a call at 6555 0055 for more enquiries.
For those who need side dishes this festive season, go for the Old Chang Kee Frozen Food delivery.
Pick and match across 16 varieties of Old Chang Kee’s popular snacks like Chicken Wing, Spring’O, Chicken Wrap, Chicken Bites, Cheezy Chicken Ball, Curry Paste and more.
When you opt for this, there are two selections for you- the Family set ($88) or the Party set ($138). The sets come with different snacks combinations.
You can pre-order Old Chang Kee Chinese New Year Frozen Food Bundles for your celebrations.
For more updates on all the mentioned food products and deals, visit their website or their Instagram and Facebook.
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