Thanks McDonald's for the effort you put into releasing the new items but seriously have you tried Salted Egg Yolk in your entire life?
McDonald's is here to make your day a little better - they'll be launching the Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries from 3 January for a limited time only.
Dubbed the Red Hot Spicy Peppers Burger, this new creation is said to be hotter than the iconic McSpicy.
Back after a year long absence, the Samurai Burgers from McDonald's will be available from 4th October onwards for a limited time only.
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, they're going all out with a 'Har Cheong Gai' burger and a new breakfast burger.
McDonald's Singapore has constantly churned out hyperlocal food. From the Nasi Lemak burger, to the Chendol McFlurry, we've had it all. 2017 saw the sale of D24 Durian McFlurry in McDonald's outlets in Malaysia, to the envy of Singaporeans. Come 5 July 2018, we're FINALLY getting the D24 Durian McFlurry too!
The McGriddles is now available in McDonald's outlets islandwide as well as McDelivery. Before you go "Eh but I thought you said 7 June!?", RELAX. It's a soft launch. The official launch date is still 7 June 2018. We ordered the McGriddles and got some McVictims to try. Here's what they had to say.
2 years ago, a treasure was taken from us. No I'm not talking about a person. I'm talking about the McGriddles. Gone are the days of dealing with semi-soggy, somewhat bland McMuffins because the reigning champion of syrup-y goodness that is the McGriddles is finally making a comeback on 7 June 2018.
A few days ago, we were blindsided by the sudden news of the arrival of the Rich Chocolate Pie, Fish And Fries, and the Sweet Chilli Fish Burger. Today, 4 new desserts show up in McDonald's dessert kiosks islandwide.
It's about time the Chocolate Pie made its way to Singapore. After all, we've been just contending with the signature Apple Pie (which is our favourite to be honest) and its other seasonal variants which don't really leave much of an impression.