The limited-edition offerings include the new 'Ha Ha Cheong Gai' (a play on the Cantonese term for prawn paste chicken) Chicken Burger (from $6.05 a la carte) and ha cheong Chicken Drumlets (from $2.20 for two pieces a la carte).
What’s in the burger: a pungent prawn paste-marinated chicken thigh patty coated with panko crumbs and prawn paste-infused mayonnaise.
If you’re a fan of the McChicken burger and Mac’s addictive curry sauce, there is the Breakfast Curry Burger (from $4.20 each a la carte), which features a McChicken patty drizzled with curry sauce, stacked with a slice of cheddar cheese and sunny side-up egg.
While the fast food giant launched its Durian McFlurry last week, the dessert item for this launch is the Kueh Salat Cake, which makes a comeback after debuting alongside the Nasi Lemak Burger last year.
Good news: the special menu soft-launched today, and will be offered while stocks last.
The burger and drumlets will be available at all McDonald’s outlets, while the Breakfast Curry Burger will available at breakfast hours at all outlets except Shaw Lido and Singapore Science Centre. Too lazy to go out? You can also order the goodies via McDelivery and GrabFood.
Will the newcomers be as yummy as the Nasi Lemak Burger? Watch this space for our upcoming review.
For more info, go to www.mcdonalds.com.sg.