Wong Fu Fu teams up with KitKat for limited-time festive desserts; launches new menu items

By Evan Mua November 28, 2023
Wong Fu Fu teams up with KitKat for limited-time festive desserts; launches new menu items
A very special festive collaboration and new menu items are reasons you should visit. Photo: Wong Fu Fu

We’re finally nearing the end of 2023 and, after 11 months of hustle and bustle, it’s time to have a break.

And it makes it all the more timely for the newest team-up between KitKat and Wong Fu Fu for a month of sweet sweet indulgence.

The Taiwanese-inspired eatery at North Bridge Road and Nestle Professional, the parent company of KitKat, are joining forces from Nov 28 to Dec 31 to bring joy to diners with a slew of festive-appropriate treats.

This isn’t the first brand collaboration that has popped up in the space. 

First opened in February, the halal-certified brand is primarily known for serving up hearty Taiwanese-style food with unlimited bubble tea, but has also recently collaborated with Indomie for a two-month special in August.

Similarly, prior to this KitKat and Wong Fu Fu team up, Nestle Professional had also collaborated with The Hainan Story to introduce quirky culinary creations using the nostalgic Milo.

KitKat x Wong Fu Fu

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A KitKat-based log cake? Childhood dreams are made of this. Photo: Wong Fu Fu

Now, we’re getting another limited-time launch made from one of the most nostalgic childhood snacks in Singapore.

This collaboration between KitKat and Wong Fu Fu comprises four different flavours of Taiwan-inspired milk-shaved ice, four macarons and a mini log cake.

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Of course, if you’re at a Taiwanese-inspired restaurant, you must get the Taiwanese-inspired shaved milk ice. Photo: Wong Fu Fu

For the milk-shaved ice desserts, you can look forward to these four flavours: The classic combo of chocolate banana (S$13.90), refreshing mint (S$12.90), sprightly strawberry (S$13.90) and the veritably local cempedak ($14.90).

If you’re looking for more textural fun, there is also a quartet of dainty macarons available for chewy, bite-sized indulgence.

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A macaron based on the original KitKat? Heck yeah. Photo: Wong Fu Fu

The macarons, which are based on the classic KitKat chocolate bar, match Wong Fu Fu’s new shaved-ice desserts, so you can keep a look for mint ($3.20), strawberry ($3.20), cempedak ($3.50), and the original (S$3.20).

KitKat and Wong Fu Fu then capped everything off with a chocolatey mini log cake (S$10.90) made with the snack, to really enliven the festive mood.

New beef noodles and XL gua baos

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Hearty beef noodles and bubble tea make for a hell of a combo. Photo: Wong Fu Fu

Besides the collaboration with KitKat, Wong Fu Fu has also expanded its regular menu with an ensemble of 12 different signature Taiwan-inspired beef noodles (starting from S$11.90), available in both soup and dry variations. 

Variations include the feisty hot Szechuan mala as well as fragrant scallion.

The beef noodles are a main course and will entitle you to access to Wong Fu Fu’s mini buffet. 

For lunch, diners will have access to the mini cold-salad bar and can top-up S$1.90 for one bubble tea and access to the drinks bar. For dinner, purchasing a main will give diners access to the mini hot-buffet bar, salad bar, drinks bar and free-flow bubble tea.

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Check out the gua baos that are three times the usual size! Photo: Wong Fu Fu

Burger enthusiasts will also be enchanted by its new range of XL-sized gua bao — basically the brand’s Taiwan-inspired take on burgers — but at triple the normal size.

These come with a modern twist, featuring mala fried chicken (S$10.90), fried battered fish with lemon aioli (S$12.90), salted egg yolk chicken with cereal (S$12.90), and pulled braised beef with peanut sauce gua bao (S$11.90).

Launch deals

Anyone keen on trying them out will also be excited to hear that there will be a hefty 50% off promo on the gua bao with every main course purchased!

The promo will run until Dec 31 and is valid for up to two promo-price gua bao per table, with no splitting of bills.

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on how to make crispy roast pork and where to go for the most indulgent stuffed bomboloni in Singapore.

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

You can also book a ride to the store to enjoy the special KitKat x Wong Fu Fu collaboration or the new menu items!

Wong Fu Fu

776 North Bridge Road
Nearest MRT station: Bugis
Open: Tuesday to Sunday (11.30am to 10pm)

776 North Bridge Road
Nearest MRT station: Bugis
Open: Tuesday to Sunday (11.30am to 10pm)

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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