McDonald’s Singapore launching new Laksa burger, Pulut Hitam Pie on Jul 28

Each Laksa Delight Extra Value Meal costs $9.10.

Ernest Cheng

Has an unhealthy obsession with iced lemon tea.

Published: 27 July 2022, 2:57 PM

A new Singapore-inspired laksa burger, Teh C Frappé and Pulut Hitam Pie will be available at McDonald’s from Thursday (28 Jul).

The Laksa Delight Burger costs $7.40 for a la carte and $9.10 for a meal.

You can choose between a crispy prawn patty or juicy chicken patty, topped with laksa sauce, a round egg and a purple cabbage slaw packed between two lightly-toasted buns. 

The Laksa Delight Burger is inspired by the popular local spicy noodle dish. PHOTO CREDIT: MCDONALD’S SINGAPORE


Alongside the burger, McDonalds will introduce its Teh C Frappé – a refreshing take on the rich classic drink, topped with chocolate powder with a touch of freshly whipped cream.


A small sized Teh C Frappé costs $4.50 while a medium sized drink costs $5. PHOTO CREDIT: MCDONALD’S SINGAPORE


The fast food chain has also put a modern spin on a local dessert pulut hitam by turning it into the Pulut Hitam Pie. It features crispy pastry filled with purple sticky rice coconut cream filling, priced at $1.70. 


McDonald’s recommends customers to dunk the Pulut Hitam Pie into vanilla soft-serve for additional flavour. PHOTO CREDIT: MCDONALD’S SINGAPORE


Customers can opt for the Laksa Delight Feast – a combination of the Laksa Delight Burger accompanied by medium french fries, Pulut Hitam Pie and a small Coke at $10.80.

The new menu offerings will be available for takeaway or dine-in at all restaurants, drive-thrus and via McDelivery, GrabFood and Foodpanda for a limited time only.

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