Review: Snacky & Crisps is better than Irvin's Salted Egg Fish Skin!

Today's Snack review: 

Snacky & Crisps Salted Egg Fish Skin

Product Description:
Snacky & Crisps bring you a selection of finest ingredients found in commonly in Asian cuisine. Prepare with skilful cooking techniques and a creative concoction of uniquely Singaporean flavours, Snacky & Crisps delivers fresh homemade gourmet goodness.

What's my Say!?
Snacky & Crisps is Surprisingly much addictive than the Best Salted Egg Fish Skin in Singapore! It's sweeter & crispier! For sweet lovers who loves savoury too, this is something that may impress you. I always have that impression that Irvin's Salted Egg Fish Skin is the best and is the crispiest ever. Here I found another option for Crisp in Salted Egg Fish Skin! Good taste, good crisps! Maybe that's also how they had their name Snacky & Crisps. Furthermore, no need queue for a good and addictive Salted Egg Fish Skin already!

Fish skin, Salted egg yolk, milk, Salted egg premix (chicken Egg, Maltodextrin, shortening powder, Yeast extract, Creamer, Permitted flavourings and Colourings), Sugar, Salt, vegetable oil, chilli padi and curry leaves.

Good for Vegetarian / Halal?
No Halal Certificate but no Pork
Nope for Vegetarian

Where to buy?
You can buy online:
Free Delivery for Orders $80 and above

or Purchase from:
Snacky & Crisps
1187 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-44 The Midtown, Singapore 533971

Discover Singapore @ Changi Airport
Cable Car Gift Shop @ Faber Peak
Various Cold Storage outlets in Singapore
Various Cheers outlets in Singapore
Various Fairprice outlets in Singapore
Various Buzz outlets in Singapore
Various 7Eleven outlet on Sentosa Island

SGD$7.50/per 105g pkt (small)
SGD$16/per 230g pkt (big)



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