McDonald’s outlets around the world have different menus, with items specifically tailored to the local palate.
Here in Singapore, the McSpicy is our localised version of a burger. Boasting a huge slab of spicy chicken thigh cutlet, this has won the hearts of Singaporeans and tourists alike.
This time, McDonald’s Singapore has kicked it up a notch with the McSpicy Deluxe (S$5.90/a la carte, S$8/extra value meal)!
Aside from the thick and juicy spicy cutlet, there’s also savoury white cheddar cheese, fresh tomato and tangy tomato jalapeno relish in the burger. Instead of the usual sesame seed buns, premium soft and fluffy cornmeal-dusted buns are used instead.
For those who love your breakfast, you’ll want to queue up for the McMuffin Stack (S$5.30/a la carte, S$6.50/meal).
Packed with two sausage patties, chicken bacon strips, a sunny-side up and cheddar cheese, this is a power-packed burger that will satisfy your breakfast cravings.
Dessert lovers, this may be what you’ve been waiting for. The new Bandung Soft Serve (S$1) is creamy yet refreshing, with a distinct hint of rose.
This is also available as a Twist Cone (S$1), ChocoCone (S$1.20), Strawberry Sundae (S$2) and McFlurry (S$3). These are exclusively available at all McDonald’s dessert kiosks.
The Kueh Salat Cake (S$5.20) is also making a comeback for those who love kuehs. Layered with pandan mousse, sponge cake and sticky rice, it is also topped with coconut flakes for good measure. This is exclusively available at all McCafes, perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.
The Creamy Chicken Herb Pie (S$1) will be returning as well, for those who love a savoury snack. The thick and crispy crust is packed with a creamy filling of chicken, carrots, potatoes, peas and mushrooms.
With the new line-up that sounds absolutely delicious, I foresee many heading down to McDonald’s very soon!
Dates & Times: Available from 27 June at all McDonald’s outlets, through McDelivery and GrabFood (for the McSpicy Deluxe and McMuffin Stack)
Expected Damage: S$1 – S$8 per item