It appears that the fast food giants are engaged in an all-out war right now.
How else could you possibly explain their recent spate of tasty introductions, ranging from KFC’s Breakfast Waffle to Burger King’s Chocolate Whopper?
And with McDonald’s full range of Gula Melaka desserts out in stores now, it really gets you hyped up for the latest fast food fare.
The sheer competitiveness that’s going on right now. Though consumers have no real reason to complain, really.
Don’t Say Bojio: McDonald’s Welcomes Gula Melaka McFlurry, Ice Cream, & Sundaes
According to various news reports, McDonald’s Singapore is out to dominate the local fast food scene with their full range of Gula Melaka desserts.
Yes folks, the full works. We’re talking Cones, Sundaes and McFlurrys.
All returning with the ever-iconic Gula Melaka.
First unveiled four days ago on 1 April 2021, the revelation has since been compounded upon by various news sites.
Reception has also been phenomenal, with a plethora of happy consumers posting some good ol’ ice cream pics on the Gram.
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According to 8Days, the Gula Melaka special features four types of ice cream:
- Ice Cream Cone
- Twist Cone
- Hot Fudge Sundae
The first two on the list retail for S$1 per cone, while the Sundae and McFlurry are priced at S$2 and S$3 respectively.
They are now available at all McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks, on a while-stocks-last basis.
For the wannabe historians, the Gula Melaka McFlurry was first introduced here back in 2016.
Those from across the causeway would surely be stoked for a long-due reunion too, considering how the Gula Melaka Oreo McFlurry was sold in Malaysia in October 2020.
Other Fast Food Fare
Apart from its Gula Melaka range, McDonald’s is also offering the much-loved McMuffin Stack: a good ol’ combination of two chicken sausage patties, one sunny side-up, and cheddar cheese.
The McGriddles, however, has sadly since been taken off stores.
Meanwhile, Burger King has recently introduced the all-new Chocolate Whopper, as well as the returning favourite Mashed Up Fries.
For S$3.90, customers can also add-on a side of 6-piece Nugget Dippers that come along with a tub of chocolate sauce.
As for KFC, they have truly outdone themselves with an all-star line up of fast food fare including breakfast waffles, Tango spice chicken and mochis filled with molten durian lava of premium D24.
The durian mochis will be available from 7 April 2021 onwards.
What a season for fast food lovers.
Feature Image: Instagram (@darr3n0ng) / Facebook (McDonald’s)