McDonald’s Introduces the Latest Addition to Its Signature Collection – Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Burger

There’s always something for us to look forward to at McDonald’s.

McDonald’s Singapore refreshes the Signature Collection this April with a new offering on the menu – the Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Burger.

The Signature Collection continues to offer customers a range of premium and quality burgers that are affordable for everyone, taking into account customers’ evolving tastes and preferences.

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Crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside, the Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Burger features a piece of whole-muscle chicken thigh flavoured with buttermilk laid atop a bed of romaine lettuce and a slice of creamy, melt-in-your-mouth New Zealand Colby Cheese.

Drizzled with black pepper mayonnaise, the chicken patty is topped with crunchy purple cabbage and grilled pineapple rings, all sandwiched between a beautifully glazed bun.

The Buttermilk Crispy Chicken is a permanent addition to the Signature Collection, alongside the Classic Angus Cheese – an aromatic glazed bun with a juicy 100% Angus beef patty, layered with Colby cheese, caramelised grilled onions, chicken bacon, tomato jalapeño relish, and creamy garlic aioli sauce.

Photo courtesy of McDonalds.

The Buttermilk Crispy Chicken is available in all restaurants and via McDelivery® today onwards. Apart from that, the Roasted Sesame and Seaweed Shaker Fries are available while stocks last.

The Signature Collection at McDonald’s Singapore continues to whet our appetite with these latest additions, we must say.

Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Extra Value Meal starts from $8.95 and is served alongside French Fries (M) and a refreshing glass of Coke (S).  The Classic Angus Cheese is priced $8.95 a la carte or $10.95 for an Extra Value Meal.

Upgrade your Extra Value Meal at an additional $0.60 to enjoy the all-new Roasted Sesame and Seaweed Shaker Fries (L). The burger is also available a la carte from $6.95.

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