MyBurgerLab Gives Witty Comeback To A Cafe That Imitated Its Popular Milo-Coated Chicken
"Habis la... it'll appear in CNN's World's Best Fried Chicken list."
Remember myBurgerLab's Milo-coated fried chicken with Budu sauce that went viral last year? Singapore now has a version of its own.
For reference, here's how myBurgerLab's chicken strips look:
Just like the version at myBurgerLab, the chicken strips are drizzled in condensed milk and coated in Milo powder.
However, instead of Budu sauce, the chicken is served with nacho cheese sauce and sambal belacan mayonnaise.
No doubt the dish caught the attention of myBurgerLab's crew who came up with a witty response to the replica
Giving credit where credit is due, the cafe then responded to the post saying that the burger joint is their source of inspiration
"Of course you should be very proud of it. You're the creator of the dish of this kind. And honestly, my chefs are very inspired by what you guys do," the comment read.
They also apologised on behalf of Singapore's media outlets for not crediting myBurgerLab.
To which myBurgerLab replied, "Hahaha! Thanks for posting here. Glad y'all took inspiration. We just teasing la. Good luck with the launch k!"
Keep up the good sportsmanship, guys!
Just last month, Malaysians lost their sh*t after CNN claimed that cendol originated from Singapore: