The Chicken McCrispy is back, but it is only available in selected McDonald’s Singapore stores for now.
It is back and ‘90s kids may remember this one. A popular item on the McDonald’s Singapore menu nearly two decades ago, the Chicken McCrispy has returned for a limited time and at limited stores only.
First introduced in 1998, the fried chicken was a big hit then. McDonald’s Singapore even had two cartoon characters as their mascots and they were named after the process in which their chicken is cooked: Flash Fry and Steam Marinate.
It disappeared from the chain’s menu in 2002, until now.
The two-piece Chicken McCrispy costs $6 for ala carte, while an Extra Value Meal costs $8.40.
Want more? A bucket of six pieces is going for $16.90.
If you are wondering how it looks, think of the fast food chain’s McWings, but bigger and juicier.
Now, where can you get it? For the time being, it is only available at these 10 McDonald’s Singapore outlets islandwide: Northpoint City, Blk 267 Serangoon Ave 3, Bedok Mall, Hougang Mall, Geylang East, Regal Theatre, Keat Hong, Trade Hub 21, Parkway Parade, Boat Quay.
In a reply to a comment on its Facebook page, McDonald’s said that the Chicken McCrispy is “only available for a limited time” as a trial, but it is also considering making it available at all outlets if there’s positive customer feedback.
In the meantime, for those fortunate enough to get your hands on it, enjoy!
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