McDonald's Releases New 'Har Cheong Gai' Burger And Drumlets As Part Of National Day Menu

Just last week we saw the release of the D24 Durian McFlurry. And when you thought McDonald’s was done with their offerings for National Day, they’re back again with more.

This time round, in conjunction with Singapore Food Festival 2018, they’re going all out with a ‘Har Cheong Gai’ burger and a new breakfast burger.

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Named the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger ($6.05), chicken thigh is marinated in real prawn paste, then breaded and fried to ‘har cheong’ perfection, and finally topped with more prawn paste-flavoured mayo for even more flavour.

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Image Credit: McDonald’s Singapore

If you love your Har Cheong Gai as much as we do, then hold on just a minute because there’s MORE.

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Image Credit: Mcdonald’s Singapore

McDonald’s will also be launching the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets ($2.20 for 2pcs). McWings be damned.

You can also order the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger Feast ($10.25) which comes with the burger, drumlets, a drink, and the new Criss-Cut fries.

For breakfast, why not try their new Breakfast Curry Burger ($4.20)?

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Image Credit: McDonald’s Singapore

It’s basically McChicken with curry sauce, melted cheese, and a sunny side-up.

We don’t know about curry AND cheese in the morning, but if you can handle it, go for it.

Lastly, McCafes islandwide will also be seeing the return of their popular Kueh Salat Cake.

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Image Credit: Burppler Elaine Koh

These new local creations will be available from 10 July 2018 at McDonald’s outlets islandwide, McDelivery, and GrabFood.

Are you excited to try the new Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger? Because we definitely are.

Also read KFC Brings The Salted Egg Trend Back With Their New Goldspice Chicken

(Header Image Source: McDonald’s Singapore)

 
 
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