14 Must Try Foods in 7-Eleven Singapore

14 Must Try Foods in 7-Eleven Singapore
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By Epoch Times Staff

7-Eleven is a one stop convenience store and a go-to stop for a quick bite on a busy day or a late night snack. What you might not know of is its extensive range of food and beverage products offered, both local and international. Look closely and you will be able to get your hands on some unique ones. Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy lunch or stocking up for your personal snack drawer, 7-Eleven is fully equipped with what you need! Take a look at the list of must try foods in 7-Eleven Singapore!

  1. 7E Sandwiches
7E- Sandwiches
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If you’re on the go and have no time to sit down for a meal, a quick option for you is to grab one of 7-Eleven’s sandwiches. You can now choose fancier variations such as Japanese Pork Katsu sandwich. They are ready made and available on the counter to fill your hungry stomach at a very affordable price!

  1. Ready To Eat Meals

 

ready to eat
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7 eleven
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The dedication to giving us quick ready-to-eat meals is indeed high at 7-Eleven. According to them, their ready made meals are made daily to guarantee and can be prepared in 5 hot minutes. Some of the popular meals include Butter Chicken Briyani, Honey Chicken Leg & Nyonya Dry Mee Siam.

  1. Gardenia California Raisin Loaf
Gardenia
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Know someone who loves a raisin loaf and can have it all by themselves? For the love of raisins, I can! Gardenia’s California Raisin Loaf is soft and fluffy, and makes a good breakfast to-go with your morning coffee.

  1. Ballgus Sausage
Ballgus
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How crazy it is to get a delicious sausage on-the-go when you’re traveling? Not that crazy in 7-Eleven! Ballgus sausage is something you can grab off the shelves easily. You can choose from Chicken Black Pepper Sausage and Chicken Otak Sausage, but we think they’re a tasty treat and you should get both!

  1. Hanjuku Eggs
Hanjuku Eggs
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For a taste of Japan, you would want to try the Hanjuku Eggs. Surprisingly, these eggs are cooked perfectly, just the way it should, like in Japan, not too runny or overcooked. Two eggs come in the package, good for those who want some protein or perhaps an ideal addition to cup noodles.

  1. Korean Ramen
Korean
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Korean
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You’ve seen a self making ramen machine at Korean convenience stores in K-dramas and you wish to experience it too. Well, now you can! It’s the first self-cooking ramen station in Singapore and is now available at Tanjong Pagar 7-Eleven. Pick your favorite ramen, add a Ballgus sausage and Hanjuku egg to it, head to the ramen station and it’ll cook in no time. We reckon it’ll be the perfect meal to have on a rainy day.

  1. Golden Duck
Golden Duck
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Skip the long lines at Irvin’s, they are not the only Salted Egg Yolk snack in Singapore. The Golden Duck is just as tasty and readily available in 7-Eleven, plus they are a popular snack for some folks overseas. Time to hoard their Gourmet Salted Egg Yolk Fish Skin and Potato Crisps to bring back home!

  1. Yan Yan Tiramisu
yan yan tiramisu
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Bring back those childhood memories where you and your friends would hang out and eat the chocolate and strawberry flavored Yan Yan. They recently released a brand new Tiramisu flavor, available exclusively in Singapore. However, they are not available in every 7-Eleven store – you’d have to try your luck on this. Maybe it can be your own little treasure hunt!

  1. 7 Select Range
7-Select-Range
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Japanese snacks are no stranger to Singaporeans. 7-Eleven’s exclusive range of high quality snacks called the “7 Select/ 7 Premium”, all imported from various prefectures in Japan, are available in store. They have more than 50 selections and it’s unbelievably convenient for you to reminisce being in Japan while snacking.

  1. Hainanese Chicken Rice and Singapore Laksa Chips
Hainanese Chicken Rice
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Here are two unique flavors for the locals, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Singapore Laksa in the form of chips! The local flavored chips are the creation of a company brand named F.EAST (Flavours of the East) which was founded by a married couple. The chips are extremely affordable at just $3 per bag and sometimes you can’t even find them on shelves because they sell out fast. If you’re able to get your hands on one, then it must be your lucky day!

 

  1. Mr. Softee Hokkaido Milk
softee hokkaido
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Mr. Softee ice cream is definitely a must-get, especially on a hot day. First of all, they come at a low price, but the taste itself is not cheap at all. They recently rolled out a brand new flavor: Hokkaido Milk, which is said to taste a lot milkier and creamier than a traditional vanilla ice cream. It is also available at selected stores only, click here to check it out!

  1. Taiwan Milk Tea
Taiwan Milk Tea
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You can’t miss out on milk tea when it’s everything everyone cares about – talk about FOMO! If you can’t stand the insanely long queues at Tiger Sugar or Xing Fu Tang, get a bottle of Chun Cui He at 7-Eleven, the famous Taiwan milk tea that also has a huge following. It comes in many flavors such as Arabica Roast Latte, Earl Grey Milk Tea and Mandheling.

  1. Dairygo Teh Tarik
teh tarik
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Get your dose of the Malaysian “mamak-style” teh tarik to-go! It is brand new and now available at most outlets for only $2. The teh tarik is made with high quality Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka and Dairygo sure made it easy to be carried just like a handy pouch.  

  1. Alcohol
Alcohol
Alcohol

If you don’t want to break the bank drinking at some overpriced bar but still want a refreshing can of beer, why not just get it at 7-Eleven? They have a selection of imported beers and they are surprisingly quite affordable. A limited edition Asahi Sakura for example, is priced at $3.50 only – many would agree that it’s a steal!

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