In celebration of the nation’s birthday, McDonald’s Singapore will be launching a number of limited-edition creations.
They will be available at all restaurants islandwide starting from Thursday, 5 August.
Hainanese Chicken Burger
The new Hainanese Chicken Burger is inspired by one of Singapore’s favourite dishes – Chicken Rice. It is created in collaboration with local celebrity Ben Yeo.
The new burger features a crispy chicken patty complemented by a trio of sauces that is unique to the Hainanese chicken rice dish – ginger sauce, garlic chili sauce and dark sweet sauce.
It is priced from $6.60 ala carte and from $8.30 for Extra Value Meal.
Crisscut potato snack lovers are in for a treat starting this week as McDonald’s brings back the much-loved Crisscut Fries.
It will be available from $3.50 for medium and $3.80 for large size.
To celebrate all things local, McDonald’s has also created a new Kopi Frappé inspired by the classic local drink.
Made with aromatic local kopi, the new Frappé drink is available from $4.30 for small and $4.70 for large size. Customers can also upgrade their Extra Value Meal drink to Kopi Frappe (M) from just $1.85 more.
Last but not least, the Banana Pie is too making a comeback this week and will be available at $1.40 per piece.
The Crispy “Hainanese Chicken” Burger, Crisscut Fries and Banana Pie are available after breakfast hours for takeaway in all restaurants, Drive-Thru and via McDelivery, GrabFood and Foodpanda for a limited period only, while stocks last.
The Kopi Frappé is available all day, while stocks last and is available at McDonald’s restaurants excluding McDonald’s Lido, McDonald’s Parklane Shopping Mall, McCafé and Dessert Kiosks.