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Community Games 2013 & Nando's Peri Peri Chicken!!!

Hello Hello! I was recently invited by Calvin Timo to attend a scrumptious dinner at Nando's Peri Peri Chicken organized by Community Games 2013. It was held at one of Nando's outlet at Tanglin Mall. I made new friends with some of the Community Games bloggers that attended this event. 

Hmmmmm, What is Community Games about? 



The Community Games 2013 (CG 2013) is a multi-sports competition held across the island, bringing the Games to the heart of the community and connecting residents of different ages, races and living across estates. 

 CG 2013 is organised by the People’s Association and Community Sports Clubs, with support from the National Sports Associations of the sports to be featured. The sports featured under CG 2013 are Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Dragon Boat, Football, Netball, Road Run and Sepaktakraw, Swimming and Table Tennis. CG2013 will be taking place from March to June at various facilities across Singapore.


So if you are interested in joining the Community Games! You can find out more information at their website:



Entrance of Nando's Peri Peri Chicken, Tanglin Mall

Yup! Drop your name card and stand to win a free meal. 

I was greeted with one of their friendly staff! He even pose for me! 

One my table, there were 2 adorable mangos with super funny facial expressions! 
They seem really angry and mad! Hahaha!! 

 Nando's brings to you an unexpected and exciting falvour with it's new Angry Mango meals, a new addiction added to the menu of delicious peri peri flam-grillled chicken offerings and delectable sides. 

TA-DA-TA-DA!!
*DRUM ROLLS*

The new addition of mangoes are available in
 Chicken Burgers, Pocket and Wraps. 
with a choice of your sauce selected form 
Lemon & Herb, Mild, Hot and Extra Hot. 


You will be definitely be spoilt for choices.

Alright! let's start with


The combination of fruit, spice and chicken brings out a delightful taste of sour and spiciness! Simply delicious and worth trying it. Especially the mangoes, was expecting it to be sweet but it was kinda sour! So if you are a sour/spicy eater! It is definitely a perfect dish for you not to be missed. 

By just looking at it, I bet you will be drooling on your computer by now lol! The meat was juicy and tender! Mini flags on top of the chicken are labels to see which one is more spicy. 

IT WAS SERIOUSLY DAMN GOOD. 
MUST TRY! 


MMHMM! The love of chocolate cake...
Cheese Cake 

With Evalee, Tiffany and Hong Peng

With Jennie and Yong Wei

With Calvin and Cookie! 

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