Maggi goreng lovers, you’re in for a treat! There’s a new halal Western stall in Singapore that is about to make all your maggi goreng dreams come true😱


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I know, we can barely contain our excitement as well. i-Fry, a newly opened muslim-owned hawker stall in Eunos Crescent, ​is putting a little twist on our favourite comfort food.

Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to THIS Maggie Goreng Deluxe ($20)😍 This “platter” of maggi goreng goodness is meant to be shared among 3-4 people. Maggi goreng with cheese fries, chicken chop AND cutlet, a sunny side-up with green and red sambal sauce – who in the world can resist that?!


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But if you’re someone who doesn’t like to share your food (we totally understand you😉), you can enjoy this treat for one with their Maggie Goreng Special ($7) but the downside is, you can only choose between chicken chop and cutlet 😭


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Of course, we aren’t leaving out i-Fry’s burgers as well. Their specialty deep-fried beef, chicken and fish patties are a mouth-watering treat. Topped with a sunny side-up, have them your way with either the cheese or black pepper sauce. Can you believe a burger costs only $3?! If you’re a cheese lover, complete your meal with their cheese fries😋

P.S. Get a free cheese fries with any main purchase until 22 April if you show this promo.


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i-Fry’s starters are worth mentioning too. Their Fried Chicken/Beef Cheese Balls ($3) are a MUST-TRY.

The best part about i-Fry is that you can have a full and hearty meal without spending a lot as almost everything costs below $10. We’re pretty sure this humble stall will be making waves in the months to come, so you better make that trip down with your makan buddies now and have that maggi goreng feast you won’t forget😋

#HHWT Tip: If you’re planning to head to i-Fry, do come by 6pm as they are usually sold out early!

Address: 7 Eunos Crescent, Hong Lee Coffeeshop, Singapore 400007
Opening hours: 11am-9pm
Contact: 9126 5267
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2 comments

  • Your recommendation.. seems awfully biased. Been there tried those. None of it is like what you mentioned.. Noodles are nothing amazing, home cook could do it. Burgers and meatballs.. really? The taste of the cheese contributes to the bulk of the experience. The actual thing.. nah.
    • Hi there! We're really sorry that you didn't have a good experience at the eatery. Perhaps you could share with us some of the halal eateries that you personally enjoy dining at! We'd really love to hear from you! :)
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