McDonald’s Singapore has launched a limited-time menu that comprises with Singapore’s traditional local favourites. In this new menu, you can expect to see modern interpretations of Singapore’s familiar local fare including Nasi Lemak, Bandung and Chendol. This is launched in conjunction with Singapore Food Festival (SFF) 2017.
This year, McDonalds is a partner of the annual festival organised by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) which celebrates our local, multi-ethnic food heritage, ranging from hawker fare to contemporary dining.
Inspired by the iconic Malay dish, the “Nasi Lemak” Burger combines key elements of the dish in a mouth-watering recipe. The chicken thigh patty, a star ingredient of the burger, is rich in coconut flavours and coated with cornflakes crunch for an extra crispy finish. Served between lightly toasted semolina buns, the chicken thigh patty is layered with a golden fried egg, a bed of caramelised onions, cucumber slices, and topped off with a dash of sweet and spicy sambal sauce for that added zing. The “Nasi Lemak” Burger is available from S$5.95 a la carte, or from S$7.80 in an Extra Value Meal.
From S$3.40, customers can also enjoy the savoury goodness of Criss Cut Fries. To balance out the rich flavours of your meal, chill out with a glass of Bandung McFizz from S$3.
End your meal on a sweet note by digging into a Chendol McFlurry from S$3. Comprising a mix of vanilla soft serve with Gula Melaka sauce with Chendol jelly bits, customers can savour the taste of the traditional dessert with a modern twist. Those craving for a warm dessert can get their hands on the Coconut Pie from S$1.20 and enjoy some oozing tropical coconut filling with nata de coco bits.
To relish the full experience, dig into the “Nasi Lemak” Feast from S$9 to get a taste of everything including the “Nasi Lemak” Burger, Fries (M), Coconut Pie and Bandung McFizz.
The locally-inspired menu is available after breakfast hours in all McDonald’s restaurants, Drive-Thru and via McDelivery from 13 July 2017, while stocks last.
The beloved chendol flavour is also making its way to our Dessert Kiosks and adding a local touch to our Vanilla Cones. Slurp on the Chendol Melaka Cone and Chendol Melaka Twist from S$1 each or go with an adventurous choice of the Chendol Melaka ChocoCone from S$1.20, available all day at McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks, while stocks last.
For the perfect pick-me-up, visit McCafe to grab a Pandan Coco Frappé and Kueh Salat Cake. Available all day from S$4.60, the Pandan Coco Frappé combines a blend of coconut and fragrant Pandan flavours with grass jelly. Or treat your taste buds to the Kueh Salat Cake consisting of pandan sponge cake and a delectable glutinous rice layer. Available all day from S$5, while stocks last.
50 Years of National Service
As Singapore celebrates 50 years of National Service (NS50), McDonald’s is saluting our servicemen by offering all past and present NS men a FREE Apple Pie or Hot Fudge Sundae with every Extra Value Meal purchased (after breakfast hours) from 4 to 10 August. Eligible customers simply need to present their SAFRA Card, 11B or Pink IC to redeem the treat.
NDP 2017 McDonald’s is also spreading the joy with a limited-time offer for the signature Vanilla Cone available at a special price of only 50-cents from 4 to 10 August.
Last update on 25 July 2017: In less than two weeks since its launch on 13 July, McDonald’s “Nasi Lemak” Burger, Chendol McFlurry® and Bandung McFizz™ are now sold out islandwide.