Hello iTea lovers, are you looking for the latest iTea Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of iTea Menu 2024 Malaysia with prices.
iTea Menu Malaysia 2024 With Prices List
Itea Malaysia includes Original Angus RM33.90 Portobello Angus RM35.90 Jalapeno Angus RM35.90 Western Angus RM34.90 Beef Burger Famous Star RM20.90 Super Star RM25.90 Chili Cheeseburger RM23.90 Western Cheeseburger RM23.90 Big Burger With Cheese RM18.90 Classic Cheeseburger RM19.90 Teriyaki Burger RM25.90 Philly Cheesesteak Burger RM25.90 Portobello Mushroom Burger.
|Big Burger With Cheese
|Philly Cheesesteak Burger
|Portobello Mushroom Burger
|Chargrilled BBQ Chicken Sandwich
|Chargrilled Chicken Club Sandwich
|Chili Banger Roll (Contains Beef)
|Hand-Breaded Chicken Fillet Sandwich
|Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich
|Portobello Chicken Sandwich
|1 Piece Hand-Breaded Chicken (Thighs Only)
|2 Pieces Hand-Breaded Chicken (Thighs Only)
|5 Pieces Hand-Breaded Chicken (Thighs Only)
|3 Pieces Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders
|5 Pieces Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders
|Chargrilled Chicken Salad
|Beef Chili Cheese Fries
|Hand-Breaded Onion Rings
|Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Shake (Vanilla)
|Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Shake (Strawberry)
|Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Shake (Chocolate)
|Hand-Scooped Ice Cream Shake (Oreo)
|Dasani Mineral Water 600ml
|Minute Maid Pulpy Tropical 300ml
|Minute Maid Pulpy Orange 300ml
|Coca-Cola Zero Sugar 320ml
|Hand-Scooped Coconut Ice Cream Shake
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Who Owens the iTea in Malaysia?
Mr. Kelvyn Choo is the owner of the ITea.
What iTea Malaysia is certified halal?
Yes! iTea Malaysia claimed that they are certified halal but we are not sure.
How many iTea outlets are there in Malaysia?
Itea has more than 10 outlets in Malaysia.
What Itea accepts credit cards in Malaysia?
Yes! itea accepts credit cards in Malaysia.
Author: Alia Izzati
Alia Izzati is an experienced food critic and writer based in Malaysia. She is the author of several popular articles on the websites klfoodie.com and eatzeely.com, where she covers a wide range of topics related to restaurants and their menus. With a keen palate and a passion for exploring the culinary landscape of her home country, Alia is known for her thoughtful and in-depth reviews of the latest dining trends and hotspots. Whether you’re looking for the best new places to eat in Malaysia or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest food news, Alia’s articles are a must-read for anyone with an interest in the culinary arts.