We got word last week that McDonald’s now-famous Nasi Lemak Burger is making its comeback after suddenly being taken off the menu over a month ago.
This morning, McDonald’s finally confirmed the news on its Facebook page — just one hour before the sarnie drops at all of the fast food chain’s outlets islandwide. Talk about being a tease.
Other than the Singapore-themed burger featuring a coconut milk-marinated chicken thigh patty coated with crushed cornflakes, fried egg, onions and sambal, you can also get your paws on the other side dishes and drinks which were also launched (then removed) for National Day earlier. Such as the Bandung McFizz drink, Chendol McFlurry ice-cream and Coconut Pie.
There are also two new items, Potato Wedges (which will replace the Criss Cut Fries and will be available from Sept 7), as well as a Sweet Corn Corn ice-cream that is only sold at McDonald's dessert kiosks.
The items are available while stocks last.
We will be checking out the queue situation at some of the eatery's outlets later today, so check back for updates.