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Halal certified eatery serving Fried Chicken. Has Dine-in and Take-away options.    Offers Combo Meals for 2, 3 and 5. A-la-Carte - Spring Chicken Meal, 1/2 Spring Chicken Meal, 2 Piece Meal, Chicken Piece, Fish & Chips Side Orders:...more

Singapore, Singapore

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Halal certified eatery serving Fried Chicken. Has Dine-in and Take-away options.    Offers Combo Meals for 2, 3 and 5. A-la-Carte - Spring Chicken Meal, 1/2 Spring Chicken Meal, 2 Piece Meal, Chicken Piece, Fish & Chips Side Orders: Potato Platter, Potato Fries, Potato Wedges, Criss-Cut Fries, Soup of the Day, mashed Potato, Coleslaw, Fried Bun  

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Cuisine

Western

Halal Assurance

Halal certified restaurant

Average Price

$$$ out of $$$$

Address

810 Geylang Road, City Plaza #02-99

Website

http://www.arnoldsfriedchicken.com

Phone

(+65) 6746 2372

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