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I am a huge fan of local flavours in western fare so I was pretty excited to learn about this burger yesterday; after all, Nasi Lemak is one of my favourite dishes and it's not everyday you see Nasi Lemak being done in a form of a burger.

Being an avid Nasi Lemak fan, this was actually surprisingly well-executed by McDonald's — thought that it actually pulled off the "Lemak" pretty well in the crisp and tender Coconut-Flavoured Chicken Thigh patty (god knows what they did to it but I am impressed enough to not find out how they put everything together). I am also quite surprised how they didn't butcher the Nasi Lemak chili; a little sweet, a little savoury and a little spicy — just like how it should have been. Coming with other condiments such as the fried egg, cucumber and caramalised onions (😍), it's almost akin to having the real deal less the rice and with the Semolina buns. Quite glad that they didn't try to add in peanuts for this one (yes, I am the odd one out), but I thought it could have been done better with Ikan Bilis for some crispness. Still, it's actually a pretty good one coming out from the brand with the big, yellow M.


Apparently most of the focus is on the Prosperity Burger, the Twister Fries and that McFlurry with Gula Melaka and Rainbow Lapis bits, but there is also a Lychee Soft Serve and Lychee Twist that the big M is serving up too.

Quite unlike the different renditions of McFlurry that they had released where one can taste that lingering aftertaste that can somewhat feel artificial, they seem to have done quite a good job when it comes to this lychee soft serve — a light, rosy flavour profile that is pretty refreshing overall, and lacks all that powdery feel that the original soft serve sometimes carries. Would probably return again, though would opt for the usual cone instead; no doubt the waffle cone is prettier but let's just say I am not quite ready to sacrifice 40 cents over what seems to be a reduced volume of soft serve.


dip that hash brow into the maple

happy Monday y'all!