Taiwan’s Famous Monga Fried Chicken 艋舺ㄟ雞排 in Singapore

One of the greatest street food in Taiwan, Monga Fried Chicken (艋舺ㄟ雞排) has landed in Singapore!

While bubble tea is having a moment right now, the thriving Taiwan fried chicken business has also branched out into the Singapore market.


Taiwanese celebrity and comedian Nono has brought the prized taste of Taiwanese-style fried chicken to Singapore. Located at the newly revamped gastronomic enclave of Jem®, Monga 艋舺ㄟ雞排 was officially opened on Saturday, 28 September 2019.

About MONGA in a nutshell

With over 45 outlets across Taiwan and several outposts in Canada, the U.S.A, the U.K., Philippines and Malaysia, Monga 艋舺ㄟ雞排 takes its name from Taipei’s oldest district, the birthplace of Taiwanese culture – Wanhua, also known as Monga.

Choose from three seasonings for the signature fried chicken – The King (original salt & pepper); Hot Chick (chilli paprika powder); The Taiker (Okinawa Seaweed power & Japanese sauce). Each piece of fried chicken fillet is priced at $6.90.

The Monga fried chicken comes as enormous portion – you get all crunch and no grease, best eaten when its hot!

The secret to Monga fried chicken is that they use honey to marinate the meat and extra-thick fried-to-order fresh chicken fillet (at least 2cm thick) that leave you with a juicy and tender bite.

If standard fried chicken isn’t enough, nibble on other street snacks like Monga Nuggets ($5.90/$7.90), Fried Chicken Skin ($3.90), Signature Fries ($2.90), Seaweed Fries ($3.50), Sweet Potato Fries with Plum ($3.50), Fried Broccoli ($3.50), and Fried King Oyster Mushrooms ($3.90).


Make it a complete set with a drink and/or fries, choose from three refreshing beverage options include: Orange Green Tea ($5.40), Grapefruit Green Tea ($4.50), Osmanthus Oolong Tea ($3.30).


If this isn’t on your food bucket list, it should be.

MONGA 艋舺ㄟ雞排

Location: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #B1-K10, Jem, Singapore 608549

Opening Hours: 11:00am – 9:30pm daily

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mongasingapore/

Website: http://www.mongag.com/

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