SEAWEED SHAKER FRIES & SAMURAI BURGER are BACK along with BRAND NEW MATCHA ICE CREAM!

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Fan favourite McDonald’s classics are FINALLY back! If you’ve been waiting all year, you’ll be glad to hear that the Samurai Burger and Seaweed Shaker Fries are returning to the menu as of TODAY (25 July). Along with these two, a new series of Matcha desserts will also be making their way to ALL McDonald’s restaurants islandwide.

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In case you are not yet familiar with the burger and the fries or simply need to jog your memory a little, here’s an overview of what they are.

Samurai Burger

Choose from either beef or chicken patty covered in teriyaki sauce. Both options are worth the try! Other ingredients include lettuce and mayonnaise.

Seaweed Shaker Fries

It’s easy to see why this type of fries has stayed ever-popular among Singaporeans every single year with its utterly delicious taste. But take note: Unlike previous years, this year’s Seaweed Shaker Fries don’t come as a-la-carte, which means you have to upsize from another meal if you want to try it. Your other option would be to get the Samurai Special set meal, which comes with the Samurai Burger.

Matcha Dip McFlurry

McFlurry will forever be a good option, but now it gets even better with the addition of crunchy Matcha dip. You don’t want to miss this!

Matcha Ice Cream

But if you prefer eating ice cream, you can try the Matcha flavour in a cone or a sundae too. It’s equally as delicious!

Remember that these are all LIMITED EDITION. So what are you waiting for? Tell your friends and head down to your nearest McDonald’s NOW! Or order via McDelivery or GrabFood if you prefer!

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