Tried & Tested: Irvin’s salted egg chips
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I’m not one to join bandwagons. For example, I could not get into:
1) Olympics (except for the Ryan Lochte mystery—I want to know the truth!!)
2) Pokemon Go
3) Stranger Things

When every Filipino was hoarding Cookie Butter, I was not impressed.
Basically, if there’s a bandwagon, I’m not interested. That’s why I was in doubt when everybody started posting Irvin’s salted egg chips on Instagram.
I had tasted the local version from Salcedo Market and found it greasy.
Then my friend Grace went to Singapore for a business trip. I asked her to buy for me and my dad. When I finally tried the real thing this afternoon, I couldn’t stop raving about it, like this deserves a blog entry.

Irvin's salted egg chips

They are truly addictive!
Some people say the fish skin version is deadlier than the potato chips, while Grace thinks it’s too greasy. As for the potato chips, I had 1/3 of the bag at the office and 1/3 for dinner (I know, I’m unhealthy).
The last 1/3 I am saving for tomorrow.

How I wish I could import these to Manila, but they are being rationed in Singapore, so I think it’s kind of impossible for now.
If salted egg is your thing, you could always try Jonas’s Salted Egg Fried Chicken at BGC. Not bad, though I wish they would serve it with plain rice, with more skin, and use other chicken parts.

salted egg fried chicken

To know more about Irvin’s Salted Egg Chips, click HERE.
Jonas Pares is at the The Fort Strip (formerly Zong), BGC Taguig. To know more, follow @jonasmanila on Instagram.

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