Macdonald's (Singapore)

Paris Macdonalds Bacon Meal

Looking through some photos of my trip to Paris sometime back, I came across this. It is a Royal Bacon Meal from the Macdonald's on Paris Champs Elysees, which I had when I was there. I am not sure if they still have it, but it can be said that almost every fast food restaurant has been localized to the taste buds to the locals to some extent. So it can be interesting to see what variations each country has to offer and sometimes having something familiar in an unfamiliar place can be somewhat comforting. 

For one, Singapore MacDonald outlets do not offer potato wedges (like in Paris), the most we get are 'twister' fries and they only appear during Chinese New Year. Even the Teppanyaki Chicken McGrill™has a 'limited' time and only time will tell when it will be taken of the menu. And we definitely do not have bacon in our menu, being a multiracial society and all.
Teppanyaki Chicken McGrill™
A new burger has emerged, the Wasabi Filet-O-Fish™, but I don't think I'll be trying it any time soon wasabi is not really my thing.
Wasabi Filet-O-Fish™

Interesting Facts about Singapore MacDonald's:
  • You can use you credit card, ez-link card or ATM card to pay for your purchases at most outlets.
  • The delivery service, McDelivery, is 24 hours and you can create an account online. Payment by credit cards is only by Visa or Mastercard.
  • From 18 September 2011 to 19 February 2012, 25 McDonald’s restaurants island-wide conducted 300 FREE sessions of kitchen tours, where members of the public had a chance to step into McDonald’s kitchens and see for themselves what goes on in the kitchens and into the food. (Miss Tam Chiak)
  •  There is surcharge of $3.50 applies for every order via McDelivery.com.sg and $4.00 via 6777 3777.
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