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McDonald’s Celebrates National Day With Limited-Time Ha Cheong Gai Burger And Breakfast Curry Burger!

A special National Day menu launched 10th July

McD National Day Menu 1Source: McDonald’s Singapore

August 9th is coming, and it’s a cause for celebration not just because it’s National Day, but also because McDonald’s is releasing a limited-time special National Day menu today after breakfast hours!
Inspired by our local hawker favourites, this year’s menu consists of the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Burger and Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets.

McD National Day Menu 3That’s prawn paste chicken, if you don’t know what Ha Cheong Gai is! Source: McDonald’s Singapore

The burger will have a whole chicken thigh marinated with real prawn paste that’s then breaded and slathered with more prawn paste-flavoured mayonnaise, and prices start from just $6.05 for the burger and $2.20 for the 2-piece chicken drumlets! If you’re getting a meal, you’ll get a side of Criss Cut Fries as well. 

McD National Day Menu 4The special menu is also launched in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival 2018. Source: McDonald’s Singapore

In addition to that, ardent fans of McDonald’s curry sauce will be happy to know that the special menu also boasts a brand new Breakfast Curry Burger, which is essentially a McChicken patty doused with classic curry sauce, served with melted cheese and a sunny-side-up egg stacked atop.
In other words, it’s a glorious combination to add to the already well-loved breakfast menu.
Prices start from $4.20, and just like the Ha Ha Cheong Gai series, it will be available at all outlets except LIDO and Singapore Science Centre, as well as via McDelivery and GrabFood.

McD National Day Menu 2Source: McDonald’s Singapore

That’s not all – not forgetting the sweet-toothed folks, McDonald’s is also bringing back the popular Kueh Salat Cake at all McCafés. No price information has been released yet, but the last time it was on our shores, it sold at $5 a slice.

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