Attention all McDonald’s lovers, we have good news for you! McDonald’s introduces its brand new Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger! Singaporean actor Ben Yeo and McDonald’s Singapore have teamed up to launch this new burger in celebration of National day and will be available from August 5th, for a limited time only.

Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger

Image: Mcdonald’s Singapore

The new burger comes with a crispy chicken patty with ginger sauce, garlic chilli sauce and dark sweet sauce. The fresh lettuces and slaw adds freshness to the burger and helps cut through the chicken. Each Burger comes with a packet of Dark Sweet Sauce for you to drizzle on your burger or patty. The Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger a la carte is priced at $6.60 while the Extra Value Meal is priced from $8.30.

Crisscut Fries And Banana Pie To Return

Photo: Mcdonald’s Singapore
Image: Mcdonald’s Singapore

To make things even better, McDonald’s will also be bringing back the popular Crisscut Fries (from $3.50) and Banana Pie ($1.40). To get the Crisscut Fries with your meal, simply top up $0.30. The banana pie has a flaky pastry crust and has a sweet banana puree filling.

Photo: Mcdonald’s Singapore

Based off our country’s favorite breakfast beverage, McDonald’s will launch their Kopi Frappe (from $4.30). The beverage comes with a coffee-based frappuccino and whipped cream on top.

These new items are available only for a limited time, and are available at most McDonald’s outlets. Delivery is also available on McDelivery, GrabFood, and Foodpanda.

For other items from McDonald’s, do check out our other articles.

Cover Photo: McDonald’s (Facebook), Mcdonald’s Singapore

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