McDonald’s is known for their delicious fries and coke, yes, Coke.
In fact, there is a legit scientific reason to why coke tastes so much better at McDonald’s.
Now, McDonald’s Malaysia is joining the ranks with its version of the British classic dish, Fish and Chips.
It features a fried fish fillet with a golden crispy coating alongside their usual french fries—aptly named Fish & Fries.
I can’t say much on its taste since I would have to cross Singapore’s border to try it, but visually, it looks lit as ****!
This gold monochrome dish is fit for a king—King Neptune, that is.
The fish is real, just look at how flaky it is!
It also comes with tartar sauce and that alone will make me want to jaunt to Malaysia.
For the true-blue Asians, you can swap your fries for rice but Queen Elizabeth won’t be impressed and she is watching you.
SAYS mentioned that it is not available at all outlets for now but they can confirm that is available in Centrepoint Bandar Utama, McDonald’s TTDI and McDonald’s Jusco Balakong.
So anyone wants to do a weekend trip to KL?
Just a thought!
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