McDonald's Singapore brings back Quarter Pounder with Cheese permanently from 2 Feb
Chargrilled Chicken-flavoured McShaker Fries and Caramel Frappé with Oreo to be introduced as well
SINGAPORE - The beloved Quarter Pounder with Cheese is back at all McDonald's Singapore outlets.
The fast food giant has announced that the burger will once again be a staple on menus alongside The Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
The Quarter Pounder with Cheese will be priced from S$6.30 a la carte and from S$8.10 when purchased as a meal.
The Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese will be priced from S$8.10 a la carte and from S$9.70 as a meal.
Chargrilled Chicken-flavoured McShaker Fries and Caramel Frappé with Oreo
Two new limited-time additions will also be introduced to the menu.
The Chargrilled Chicken-flavoured McShaker Fries will be priced from S$3.95 a la carte and the Caramel Frappé with Oreo will be priced from S$4.70 a la carte.
New upgrades to classic burgers
According to a press release issued on Tuesday (31 January), McDonald's Singapore has revised the recipes of some of its classic burgers. These include the Big Mac, Double Cheeseburger, and the Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
The buns of these burgers will be served with a new formula that comes with a glaze coating for moist, slightly tender and caramelised buns.
Juicier patties, derived from an increase in the gap setting of the flattening grill, will be served for all three burgers.
A new temperature of 17.5°C will also be used to thaw the cheese for the "perfect melt".
Other new upgrades include the addition of 3.5 grams of caramelised diced onions served on top of the Big Mac and Double Cheese burgers and 50 per cent more sauce served in the Big Mac.
All new menu items will be available from Thursday (2 February), for takeaway or dine-in at all McDonald’s outlets in Singapore.
They can also be purchased via McDelivery, GrabFood and foodpanda apps.
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