Qi Ji Menu Singapore refers to a local food chain which masters in serving delectable Singaporean cuisines to its visitors. Qi Ji menu has been providing its services to the public for a couple decades now. They offer distinguishable varieties of Mini Party Sets, Sides, Nasi Lemak, Noodles and Other Mains, their signature Popiah, Appetizers, sweet Desserts and other delectable Beverages. Qi Ji menu is one of its kind which promotes the local cuisines. It has a goal to make Singaporean cuisines internationally recognized. And to be fair, they have been significantly successful in their goal.

The Pastamania menu’s efforts have brought fruit because they are well appreciated by the customers as you will always find a crowd of people at their stores. They provide their food in different sets which include different sides and beverages of your choices. They strictly follow their customer care policy and promise you to serve the best food made with delectable ingredients.

Latest list of Qi Ji Menu With Prices Singapore 2023

The Pastamania prefers people’s love over money so it provides all the products at affordable prices so everyone gets to enjoy their food. Here is the Pastamania menu Singapore with prices:

Popular

Popiah PrawnS$ 8.70
Nasi Lemak Set 2from S$ 7.30
Nasi Lemak Set 1from S$ 7.30
Nasi Lemak Set 6from S$ 6.70
Laksa (Clams)from S$ 7.40
Mee Siamfrom S$ 6.60

Mains

. The items include various sets of Nasi Lemak (a type of Malaysian rice dish), Laksa (a type of spicy noodle soup), Mee Siam and Mee Rebus (types of Thai noodle dishes), and Popiah (a type of spring roll). The prices range from S$6.60 to S$11.90.

Nasi Lemak Set 1from S$ 7.30
Nasi Lemak Set 2from S$ 7.30
Nasi Lemak Set 3from S$ 8.70
Nasi Lemak Set 4from S$ 10.10
Nasi Lemak Set 5from S$ 10.10
Nasi Lemak Set 6from S$ 6.70
Laksa (Clams)from S$ 7.40
Laksa (Prawns)from S$ 9.10
Laksa Deluxefrom S$ 11.90
Mee Siamfrom S$ 6.60
Mee Rebusfrom S$ 6.60
Popiah PrawnS$ 8.70
Popiah PremiumS$ 11.50
Main

Ala Carte

OtahS$ 1.50
Chicken WingS$ 2.50

Homemade Beverages

Their menu includes Barley at a reasonable price of S$ 2.40, Bandung at S$ 2.70, and a variety of fruit juices such as Ice Lemon Tea, Lime Juice, and Water Chestnut, all priced at S$ 2.70. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or sour, Qi Ji has got you covered with their delicious drinks that are sure to quench your thirst.

BarleyS$ 2.40
BandungS$ 2.70
Ice Lemon TeaS$ 2.70
Lime JuiceS$ 2.70
Water ChestnutS$ 2.70
Homemade Beverages

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Is QIJI halal certified?

Qi Ji’s food are strictly produced in accordance to Halal and ISO 22000:2005 certification standards. Synonymous with quality, substantial efforts were put into creating and serving authentic Singapore cuisine using the finest ingredients. Some of our signature food include Handmade Popiah and Nasi Lemak.

Who owns QIJI?

So with the blessings of the Lim siblings to use their recipes, Mr Neo co-founded Qi Ji in December 1999 with his brother-in-law Alan Lau, now director (central operations & catering), and his uncle, one of the Lim siblings

How many calories are in Qi Ji?

There are 142 calories in 1 roll of Qiji Popiah.

How do you order QIJI Popiah Skins?

Mia Jing Goh and 12 others like this. Hi, you may place order via our website www.qiji.com.sg or you can call our catering team at 62838572 Press 1 or email to [email protected].

What does QIJI mean in Chinese?

to hope for to wish

期冀 qī jì (literary) to hope for to wish.

Is qi an English word?

You heard it here: the Chinese word qi is found as a noun in English dictionaries and it’s a valid Scrabble word, too.

Christopher Tan Author at sushidelivery.sg
Christopher Tan Author at sushidelivery.sg

Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie, and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write resturent menus and review on Sushidelivery.sg

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