McDonald’s Samurai Burger returns

McDonald’s Samurai Burger is making a much-anticipated comeback, returning to all outlets islandwide from 19 November 2020.

The Samurai Burger remains a hot seasonal favourite from the Golden Arches, starring a juicy quarter pounder beef patty, teriyaki sauce, crisp lettuce, and mayonnaise. It will be priced from $6.20 for an ala carte burger.

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Accompanying the return is the Ninja Chicken Burger, the yin to the yang of the Samurai Burger. Crispy battered chicken thigh is doused in a sweet-and-sour nanban sauce, then topped with shredded white cabbage, as well as crunchy cucumbers. Served in a dark charcoal bun, this new addition to the menu is also priced at $6.20. 

Get more excited as you have the perfect side to go along with the new burgers: the Seaweed Shaker Fries, available with an additional upsize of $0.70 to a meal.

These will be available after breakfast hours and are while stocks last.

Joining the McDonald’s party is also a new 2x Value Meal, available for McBreakfast. Perfect for two, the meal includes the Breakfast Deluxe Extra Value Meal and the Sausage McMuffin with Egg Extra Value Meal, for $13.

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They also have yuan yang ice cream available now as a dessert too, known as the Coffee Milk Tea soft-serve. You can get it as a plain cone ($1), a twist cone ($1), a ChocoCone ($1.20), in a Hot Fudge Sundae ($2) or in a McFlurry (from $3).

These will be sold at all McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks.

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