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McDonald’s Ha Cheong Gai Drumlets and Burgers are Seriously Good

McDonald’s Ha Cheong Gai Drumlets and Burgers are Seriously Good

Leading up to National Day and in conjunction with the 25th Singapore Food Festival, McDonald’s Singapore is infusing local flavours to its menu once again by putting a McDonald’s spin on Singaporeans’ favourites, starting with prawn paste chicken also known as Har Cheong Gai and the king of fruits, durian.

Starting 12 July, McDonald’s will be serving up the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger and Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets; and during breakfast hours, the Breakfast Curry Burger, with McDonald’s signature curry sauce, will kick-start the morning with a punch. McDonald’s will also be bringing back its Kueh Salat Cake at all McCafés, while the indulgent Durian McFlurry® introduced last week has been drawing in the crowds.

Bite into ‘Ha Ha’ Happiness with the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger, Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets and Criss Cut Fries

Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger, from $6.05

Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets (2pc), from $2.20

Criss Cut Fries, from $3.40

Inspired by the umami flavours of Har Cheong Gai, a uniquely Singaporean style of fried chicken that is popular in local hawker food culture, the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger packs in a juicy whole chicken muscle patty marinated with real prawn paste and coated with crispy breadcrumbs.

Lying atop a bed of whole leaf lettuce, the patty is spread with prawn paste flavoured mayo, covered with a layer of crunchy cucumber slices. Best enjoyed with a hearty burst of laughter (“Ha Ha!!!”), the burger is available from $6.05 a la carte, or from $7.80 in an Extra Value Meal served with French Fries (M) and a refreshing cup of Coke (S). For some exceptional crunch, simply top up $0.70 to upgrade your French Fries to the all-time favourite Criss Cut Fries.

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Capturing the true essence of Har Cheong Gai, McDonald’s is also launching the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets to complete the savoury experience. Available from $2.20, the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets (2pc) boast an extra crisp to it, thanks to its generous coat of shrimp paste batter before being cooked to golden perfection.

Get a taste of all your local favourites by indulging in the ultimate Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger Feast that comes with Chicken Drumlets (2pc), Criss Cut Fries (M) and Coke (S) from just $9.90.

The Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger, Chicken Drumlets and Criss Cut Fries are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery and Grab Food for a limited period only from 12 July 2018, while stocks last.

Breakfast Curry Burger, from $4.20

Start your mornings with the all-new Breakfast Curry Burger featuring a tender chicken patty layered with our classic Curry Sauce, coupled with melted cheese and an egg done sunny side-up, served between two fluffy buns.

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Relish the Breakfast Curry Burger together with McCafé Premium Roast Coffee or Tea via the Grab and Go set from $4.20, or in a Breakfast Extra Value Meal™ from $5.50 which includes a Hashbrown or Corn Cup (3oz) on top of McCafé Premium Roast Coffee or Tea.

The Breakfast Curry Burger is available during breakfast hours in all restaurants except LIDO and Singapore Science Centre, and viaMcDelivery® and Grab Food for a limited period only from 12 July 2018, while stocks last.

The McFlurry hails the King of Fruits

D24 Durian McFlurry, from $4.00

Durian lovers, wait no more for the debut of D24 Durian McFlurry!  Indulge in REAL D24 durian puree which you swirl into creamy vanilla soft-serve – it’s a tantalisingly aromatic treat NOT to be missed. From $4.00 each. Check out our review.

The D24 Durian McFlurry is available after breakfast hours in all restaurants, Dessert Kiosks and via McDelivery for a limited period only from 5 July 2018, while stocks last.

As an added bonus, the Kueh Salat Cake is making a comeback this year from $5.20 each to delight kueh lovers with the perfect combination of pandan mousse, sponge cake and sticky rice topped with coconut flakes. To complement the Kueh Salat Cake, McCafé restaurants will also offer customers the Himalayan Tea, a hot beverage with a touch of Thai spices and honey, from $4.90.

Kueh Salat Cake, from $5.20

Himalayan Tea, from $4.90

The Kueh Salat Cake and Himalayan Tea are available all day in all McCafé from 12 July 2018, while stocks last.

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We got to try some of them firsthand and we are enjoying the moist chicken and the legit prawn paste flavour very much! Take a look at our photos below:

Just look at the crispy batter on the chicken.

They also have criss-cut fries to round off their new selections.

A closer look at that crispy skin and red-prawn paste skin.

Just looking at our own photos make us want another one.

The chicken in the burger isn’t dry at all–and very flavourful too with the prawn-paste mayonnaise sauce!

This is what you get when you open the burger box.

That’s a big slab of chicken, fresh cucumbers and the signature prawn-paste mayonnaise sauce.

The gang’s all here!

It’s a really big burger, btw.

Let us know what you think of these new Ha Cheong Gai offerings from McDonald’s! Share your food photos in the comments.

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