Jollibee Singapore Launches A Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy

Nasi lemak is a popular dish found in Singapore.

For Pinoys who grew up with Jollibee's Chickenjoy, there's nothing that beats the original and the spicy flavor, especially dipped in gravy or paired with rice or Jolly Spaghetti. But for the international Jollibee franchises, it's common practice to give it a flavor that's more familiar to the locals' palate. This is why Jollibee Singapore launched a Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy


Nasi Lemak is a popular Malaysian dish you can find everywhere in Singapore. It can either be served wrapped in banana leaves or served on a plate. Regardless of how it is served, there are three crucial components to this dish: the crispy fried chicken, chili, and fragrant rice that's cooked with coconut milk and pandan leaves. 

Jollibee Singapore takes the original Chickenjoy and combines it with the other nasi lemak elements in one plate, which isn't too far of a stretch since a regular Chickenjoy meal is usually paired with rice already. They serve the Chickenjoy with sambal (chili) with ikan bilis (small dried fish) on top, coconut rice, boiled egg, and slices of cucumber.

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This isn't the first time an international Jollibee franchise introduced Chickenjoy Nasi Lemak. Back in 2018, Jollibee Brunei also launched a Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy, which is slightly different from the ones sold in Singapore because it doesn't have cucumber, but it does have s erving of gravy.


Jollibee Singapore's Nasi Lemak costs $5 per meal (prices may vary).



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