Your McDonald’s favourites are back, along with some new desserts.
McDonalds’ crowd favourites, the seaweed shaker fries as well as the Samurai and Ninja burgers are back!
Starting from Nov 19, you can just head down to a McDonald’s outlet near you to enjoy it.
The Samurai beef burger comes with a choice of a single or double patty. Dipped in their signature teriyaki sauce, the patty is paired with crispy lettuce and creamy mayonnaise. It is available from $6.20.
For those who don’t consume beef, you can go for the Ninja chicken burger.
It comes with charcoal buns, a crispy chicken thigh glazed with a sweet nanban sauce, shredded white cabbage, crunchy cucumber slices and some Japanese tartar sauce.
To get the seaweed shaker fries, simply top up S$0.70 to upsize your meal.
McDonald’s will also be launching a new Coffee Milk Tea ice-cream series which will also be known as “yuan yang”.
From ice-cream cones (from $1) to the classic sundaes (from $2) to your favourite McFlurries (from $3), these desserts will go perfect with the Samurai and Ninja burgers. It will also be great on its own!
Are you excited for this comeback? Then head down to McDonald’s soon, because these treats are available while stocks last.
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