Set to make its first appearance at 11 restaurant brands in Singapore, we can all look forward to finding out what plant-based chicken tastes like.
If you’ve ever tried good quality plant-based beef, then you’ll know that it tastes almost identical to the real deal.
But how about plant-based chicken? Well, you can get to be the judge of that soon.
Set to make its debut on 18 Mar in Singapore, local brand TiNDLE will showcase its very own version of plant-based chicken at 11 restaurants in Singapore.
Made without any genetically modified ingredients and certified by the Health Promotion Board as a healthier choice option due to its low levels of saturated fats and sodium, it is meant to mimic the taste, texture and versatility of real chicken.
If you’re concerned about the environmental effects of plant-based chicken, fret not. TiNDLE’s plant-based chicken is made with less land, water and produces less greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional chicken.
The plant-based chicken will be offered by the 11 restaurants in different dishes.
Three Buns’ outlets at Keong Saik Street and The Quayside will offer a Russian style burger, which has been in development for almost two decades.
Other notable restaurants that will be using Tindle products include modern Indian restaurant Adda in Beach Road, restaurant chain Prive, The Market Grill in Telok Ayer Street and popular food truck The Goodburger.
From 18 Mar to 23 Mar, the first 100 TiNDLE burgers sold at The Goodburger will also be free.
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