Halal pulled cheese platter now available in S’pore for S$25

What can be better than cheese and fried food?

By Fasiha Nazren | February 13, 2018

If you’ve always wanted to try the Instagram-worthy pulled cheese platters but don’t want to pay an exorbitant amount for it, you’re in luck.

Serving for 2 at only S$25

Halal western food chain, Eighteen Chefs, has a new item on its menu called the Twist and Twirl Cheesy Platter (S$25).

The platter consists of chicken karaage chunks, potato wedges and mini chicken sausages served with a huge side of molten cheese, made out of two types of cheese.

All of these is enough for two cheese lovers to share.

How to eat?

The platter is served on a hotplate, where the cheese can be mixed and melted.

Then, the fun part begins where you can pick a side of your choice and start twirling and twisting them until it is coated in the stretchy, gooey cheese sauce.

Here’s how you can prepare it:

Dunk, twist, twirl & enjoy! Available at Cineleisure Orchard & Yew Tee Point.

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But if that’s a bit of a stretch (pun intended), you can always get help from the staff.

Available at selected outlets

Previously, the Twist and Twirl Cheesy Platter was only available at its Orchard Cineleisure branch.

However, you can now get the platter at four other outlets: JCube, NEX, Yew Tee Point and Eastpoint Mall.

Where to go and when: 

Cineleisure Orchard
8 Grange Road, #04-02, Singapore 239695

2 Jurong East Central 1, #02-13, Singapore 609711

23 Serangoon Central, #01-57, Singapore 556083

Eastpoint Mall
3 Simei Street 6, #01-12, Singapore 528833

Yew Tee Point
21 Choa Chu Kang North 6, #B1-29/30, Singapore 689578

Top image via @eighteenchefs’s Instagram page

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