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KFC Singapore wraps mac and cheese Zinger rolls starting tomorrow

Coconuts Singapore
·1-min read

Eating mac and cheese from a bowl is now obsolete thanks to KFC’s latest invention — the Mac ‘N Cheese Zingerito.

Get ready to lick the cheese dripping from your fingers in their newest concoction packed with all-time fan favorites mac and cheese plus their spicy chicken patty in a soft-toasted tortilla when it launches tomorrow at 80 outlets islandwide.

The Zingerito, a portmanteau of KFC’s Zinger chicken burgers and “burrito,” costs S$5.90 and for a few dollars more includes a drink, fries, chicken, and mash potatoes. It is also available for delivery and takeaway.

Sadly, the mac and cheese wrap will not be available at Changi Business Park, North Point City, Seng Kang, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore Zoo, and Yew Tee Point.

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This article, KFC Singapore wraps mac and cheese Zinger rolls starting tomorrow, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.