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KFC Singapore Parmesan Truffle Chicken returns after 2 years

Onion rings will also be made available for a limited time.

KFC Singapore’s Parmesan Truffle Chicken is making a comeback after a two-year absence.

This well-loved flavour features the earthy rich flavour of truffles and is paired deliciously with nutty and salty parmesan cheese. Launched back in 2019, it was a huge hit with everyone who enjoyed the sophisticated combination of truffle and parmesan cheese on our signature Hot & Crispy chicken.

The exclusive Parmesan Truffle Chicken will be available from 23 November 2022 for a limited time at all KFC restaurants except for KFC Singapore Polytechnic, National Technical University and Singapore Zoo. 

Adding more variety to the festive table, fans of Onion Rings will also be delighted to know that KFC have added Onion Rings to their menu for a limited period. 

The Parmensan Truffle Chicken price starts at S$4.25.

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