Today, McDonald’s introduces three new types of offerings: Bandung-flavoured ice cream, McMuffin Stack and McSpicy Deluxe Burger. At the same time, the creamy herb chicken pie and kueh salat cake make their return across the island.
Bandung-flavoured ice cream
Treat yourself to the sweet Bandung-flavoured desserts in the forms of McFlurry ($3), soft serve ($1), Twist cone ($1.20), chocolate-dipped Choco cone ($1.20) and sundae ($2). Inspired by the Bandung drink, the desserts retain the signature sweetness of the rose syrup and evaporated milk combo. The Singapore favourite is often served cold so these sweet treats are just perfect for the hot weather! These are only available at the dessert kiosks, so be sure to grab one (of each) before they run out!
McMuffin Stack (from $5.30)
Breakfast lovers, this one is specially for you! The McMuffin Stack has two sausage patties, crispy chicken bacon strips, yummy sunny-side up egg and melted cheddar cheese in between toasted whole grain muffins. Complete your breakfast meal (from $6.50) with a hashbrown and a hot cup of coffee or tea.
McSpicy Deluxe Burger (from $5.90)
The McSpicy Deluxe Burger is just the way you like it with an extra delicious kick! McDonald’s calls it “a combination of your favourite McSpicy patty topped with tasty white cheddar cheese, a slice of extra juicy tomato, and an extra kick of tomato jalapeno relish – all tucked between a soft cornmeal dusted bun”. And if that’s not enough, make it a meal (from $8) with fries and a drink.
Creamy herb chicken pie ($1)
If you had missed the creamy herb chicken pie last time, here’s your chance to try it. Available at all outlets at $1.
Kueh salat cake ($5.20)
The kueh salat cake makes its annual return and is priced at $5.20. Kueh salat is a popular Nyonya dessert made with sticky rice topped with coconut egg custard that’s flavoured with pandan. In some places, it’s also known as kueh seri muka. Get a taste of this modern take of the sweet coconutty dessert at all McCafe outlets.