[SG EATS] McDONALD’s® INTRODUCES NEW HOT KOREAN STARS

Starting this 9 March 2017, McDonald’s Singapore excite the Korean food fans and customers with the next hot Korean stars, featuring: the Seoul Spicy Chicken and Seoul Spicy Beef burger. Inspired by the distinctive Korean cuisine, the burgers are characterised by McDonald’s unique spicy Korean sauce made with signature ingredients used in Korean delicacies.


Seoul Spicy Chicken Burger
Seoul Spicy Beef Burger

The spicy Korean sauce packs a punch of flavour with ingredients such as fermented soy bean paste, sesame paste, soy sauce, chilli peppers, red paprika and garlic. The Seoul Spicy burgers come with a choice of a grilled 100% beef patty or a tender and juicy chicken patty, each glazed with this mouthwatering spicy Korean sauce. Laid atop a bed of romaine lettuce, each patty is then layered with crisp mixed vegetables with creamy slaw. The delicious combination is then served between a soft bun featuring black pepper and white sesame toppings.
Complete your Korean experience by ordering the Seoul Spicy Special from $8.40, which includes your choice of Seoul Spicy Chicken or Beef burger, with a side of Kimchi Shaker Fries (L) and a Peach McFizz™ to cool off the heat. You can also enjoy it ala carte from $5.95. End off your meal on a sweet note with the Melon McFlurry® with Coconut Jelly from $2.90.

Peach McFizz™
Melon McFlurry® with Coconut Jelly

This NEW offerings are available after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via Mc Delivery from 9 March 2017, while stock last.

REVIEW:

Since it is newly launched, I decided to try it for my lunch today. I ordered the Seoul Spicy Chicken Burger set that comes with the Kimchi Shaker Fries and Green Tea drink (additional S$0.60). Total bill S$8.90.
I would say the chicken burger tasted not bad and you will surely get messy with the spicy-sweet Galbi sauce coated all over the fried chicken. The after taste spiciness is still bearable for me since I am not a spicy lover.
As for the kimchi shaker fries, it has the mouth-puckeringly sour taste in it. I still prefer my seaweed shaker fries though. It’s all about personal preference.

Do share with me if you have try this new series with me!

Website: https://www.mcdonalds.com.sg/

[This post is brought to you by McDonald’s Singapore. No monetary compensation was received. The product review is paid by myself and all opinions expressed were my own.]

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