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Think McChicken, but with ginger sauce, garlic chilli sauce, and dark sweet sauce (basically the sauces in chicken rice), sandwiched between semolina buns. The sauces make the burger very flavourful and reminiscent of chicken rice.

$6.60 is quite expensive for just the burger but I guess you’re also paying for a fun experience to try something new and playful. Would I get it again? Probably not for the price, though if it was much cheaper, I would consider.

Local celebrity Ben Yeo scored a collaboration with fast food giant McDonald’s to create the Crispy “Hainanese Chicken” Burger. Inspired by the local delight — Hainanese Chicken Rice — this burger incorporated the essential spices and ingredients to fuse with the familiar elements from a chicken burger. The end product was a crispy yet juicy chicken piece with the lettuce and shredded cabbages with the garlic chilli sauce and the Dark Sweet Sauce that was given separately. Although the sauce lacked the umami notes, it somehow still tasted quite balanced when eaten with bread.

By ordering the Feast which was the combo meal complete with Criss-cut Fries, Kopi Frappe and Banana Pie dessert, it completed the experience that was curated for the fans. For S$11.70, this meal might not be a must-try for some, but in my opinion it was also something that deserved a chance, just as we would celebrate National Day this month.

Back in season once again was their Minion-themed specials at McDonald’s. Following their recent successes on dual-filling dessert pies, the Yuzu Cream Cheese Pie (S$1.80) seemed like a likable item for those who would enjoy yuzu-anything.

Served hot, the cream cheese would be in a slightly lava state, giving out a lightly-creamy texture to the fillings. Paired with it was the yuzu jam that was not overpowered with sweetness, so that overall experience was citrusy without an immediate risk of sugar rush. However, it might not really be considered as refreshing for me because of the cheese cream aftertaste, but if one would interpret this as a “cheesecake in a puff pastry” idea then this was actually considered quite successful.

Again, best consumed hot or very warm.

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McDonald’s newest addition to their menu was such a disappointment! Standard vanilla soft serve, Oreo bits, and Kit Kat balls. Not worth the price or the hype.

Located islandwide. NEW Scrambled Egg Burger with sausage breakfast! $5.40 set comes with a hashbrown & a hot tea! I really love these soft and fluffy bun.. This is the kind of scrambled eggs McDonald used to serve and we totally misses it! Texture was good and u can see it’s a lil wet too.. Cheese and mayo goes so well with it! Wow wow wow, we love their new scrambled egg burger with sausage breakfast and we can’t wait to try their scrambled egg burger with chicken bacon soon! @mcdsg #hungryunicornsg #mcdonaldsg #scrambledeggs #scrambledeggburger #mcdonaldsingapore

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While I like the sweet chili sauce that complements the crispy fillet, I still prefer their good old Filet-O-Fish that’s on the more gentle side without cancer-inducing burnt buns. The chocolate pie’s alright for $1.40, rich & bittersweet with tinge of saltiness from the crust, though slightly jelat after half a pie, & I just thought it’d be better if they can upgrade it to s’mores.
Overall verdict? Given $10 budget I’d be team @kfc_sg. How about you?