If there’s one thing that all Singaporeans love, it’s the “limited time only” menu items at McDonald’s.
I mean, who can resist the juicy burgers and flavourful fries?
Of course, it’s even better when these limited items snag permanent spots on the menu.
And if you’re a McDonald’s fan that has been dreaming of sinking your teeth into a Quarter Pounder with Cheese the next time it returns to stores, here’s some good news.
You won’t have to rush to your nearest McDonald’s when it comes back on the menu because it will be a permanent item on the fast food chain’s menu from next month onwards.
Here’s what you need to know.
Quarter Pounder with Cheese Becoming a Permanent Menu Item
For those who’ve had the Quarter Pounder with Cheese at McDonald’s before when it was a limited-time menu item at some outlets in Singapore, you’re probably all too familiar with the burger, which consists of a patty made out of a quarter pound of beef.
Apart from that, other condiments such as onions, pickles, and melted cheese slices are also included in the burger.
And you’ll get to have it as much as you like from this Thursday (2 February) onwards, for McDonald’s revealed in a recent media release that it will be bringing the burger back permanently.
McDonald’s also uploaded a post on Facebook to inform customers about the return of the Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
A double patty version of the burger called the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese will also be available if you’re looking for a meatier burger to fill you up.
As for the prices, here’s how much the burgers will cost.
The Quarter Pounder with Cheese can be purchased as an a la carte item at $6.30++.
On the other hand, a Quarter Pounder with Cheese meal will cost $8.10++.
As for the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, it will cost $8.10++ for the a la carte option and $9.70++ for the meal option.
New Limited-Time Menu Items to Hit Stores in Singapore As Well
And that’s not all.
McDonald’s will also be introducing two limited-time-only menu items from 2 February onwards.
The items are the Chargrilled Chicken-flavoured McShaker Fries and Caramel Frappé with Oreo.
The fries will cost $3.95++, while the frappé will cost $4.70++ for the a la carte options.
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Improvements Made to Existing Burgers
Yup, you’ll get to have more delicious burgers even if you aren’t getting the Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
In a press release issued today (31 January), McDonald’s also announced that it would be making changes to the recipes of some of its classic burgers.
The burgers include the Big Mac, Double Cheeseburger and Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
As for the changes, they include three new bread formulas, which all come with a “glaze coating for moist, slightly tender, and caramelised buns” and juicier patties as McDonald’s has increased the gap setting for its flattening grills.
McDonald’s added that the new buns were designed especially for its classic burgers.
Other tweaks include the addition of 3.5g of slightly caramelised diced onions for the Big Mac and Double Cheeseburger patties, a new temperature of 17.5°C to achieve the “perfect melt” for its cheese slices, as well as 50% extra Big Mac sauce for the Big Mac burgers.
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