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200 Victoria Street
#01-66 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188024

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Tuesday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
07:00am - 12:00am

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The launch of this cone certainly made waves, and it’s the first time I’ve seen such a queue of more than 9 people at the dessert kiosk at 10pm.

I was excited to receive this pastel purple soft serve on a chocolate waffle cone, but my first taste of this dessert left me feeling like the spicy nugget pictured. Though there is some sweet potato flavour, it tastes artificial and off-putting. If it weren’t for the cone, I wouldn’t even have tried to finish the ice cream (because face it, that’s 90% of the reason why I order cone ice creams for!). I was very excited about the availability of chocolate waffle cones at McDonald’s, and I wish they’d make this a permanent addition to the menu so we could have a combination of their regular vanilla soft serve and chocolate waffle cone. I guess I can’t complain much since it’s only $2 - while I wouldn’t buy this again, I’d definitely get the vanilla soft serve chocolate waffle cone combination!

Coffee Milk Tea Ice cream cone ($1) - As a yuanyang lover, i’m pleased to say that the flavor is on point!

Really wanted to have the McDonald’s Chocolate Pie ($1.80) before it disappeared from the menu again. Also judging by how popular it was previously, I made sure to head down to an outlet before it sold out.

At only $1.80 a pop, the chocolate pie is an affordable and yummy treat. Of course you can’t expect gourmet quality, but I’m satisfied enough with the chocolate lava in the pie which sparked joy in my choco-holic self. The chocolate filling is rich, lusciously thick and slightly bittersweet, which was just up my alley. I didn’t enjoy the pie crust much, as I’m not a fan of McDonald’s apple pies, but it served its purpose of being a vehicle to carry the molten lava goodness inside so I can’t complain. Honestly at $1.80 I think the chocolate pie is super worth it. I would even pay $1.80 just for the lava filling sans pie crust and use the chocolate as a dip 😂

Had the twister fries ($3.70 on its own) as part of the Crispy Chicken Feast. I always look forward to having the twister fries make their rounds on the festive menu. Kind of wish macs would make this permanent as well as I don’t enjoy their regular fries much.

Seems like the twister fries have become less twister-ish over the years and there’s a larger proportion of short fries. While not as aesthetic or fun to chew on without the long curls, I do find the shorter bits more crunchy and flavourful. They do tend to get more easily burnt though, but I’m not complaining as long as twister fries stay on the menu.

Really wanted to have the McDonald’s Chocolate Pie ($1.80) before it disappeared from the menu again. Also judging by how popular it was previously, I made sure to head down to an outlet before it sold out.

At only $1.80 a pop, the chocolate pie is an affordable and yummy treat. Of course you can’t expect gourmet quality, but I’m satisfied enough with the chocolate lava in the pie which sparked joy in my choco-holic self. The chocolate filling is rich, lusciously thick and slightly bittersweet, which was just up my alley. I didn’t enjoy the pie crust much, as I’m not a fan of McDonald’s apple pies, but it served its purpose of being a vehicle to carry the molten lava goodness inside so I can’t complain. Honestly at $1.80 I think the chocolate pie is super worth it. I would even pay $1.80 just for the lava filling sans pie crust and use the chocolate as a dip 😂

Tried out the McDonald’s Crispy Chicken by ordering the Crispy Chicken Feast ($10.30) which comes with Twister Fries (yay!), Chocolate Pie (double yay!) and a drink.

The crispy chicken is served in a box and comes with two delectably golden brown fried chicken cutlets. To be honest we weren’t expecting much, but the chicken turned out to be super crisp. There was a satisfying crunch with every bite, made even more satisfying when your teeth sink into the juicy and succulent chicken flesh. The great thing was that the chicken wasn’t overly oily, in fact it actually doesn’t leave your fingers or tastebuds feeling greasy. It is indeed a little bit spicy, not much, but enough to give it some flavour. I dipped it with the garlic chilli for some extra flavour too and it was delicious! While I wouldn’t go out of my way just to get this, it’s a nice addition to the menu and worth popping by if it’s on the way to try.

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