McDonald’s Singapore has just launched the Crispy Chicken Sandwich – filled with a succulent chicken patty topped with wild rocket leaves, shredded lettuce and tomato slices, and tucked in between two halves of a soft semolina bun.
Battered twice to lock in the meat moisture, the chicken patties are made with 100 per cent chicken breast, so this makes them more healthy.
Chicken Sandwich joins McDonald’s selection of chicken burgers
Said Robert Hunghanfoo, Managing Director, McDonald’s Singapore, “The new Crispy Chicken Sandwich joins our selections of chicken burgers, providing customers with yet more variety and choice. This is all done as we continue to listen to the evolving tastes and preferences of our customers.”
He added, “They have told us they would like a wider range of menu offerings and different types and cuts of fish and meats. Hence the focus on 100 per cent chicken breast in the Crispy Chicken Sandwich.”
Get it as an Extra Value Meal
You can get the Crispy Chicken Sandwich as an Extra Value Meal, with French Fries and Coke Zero, from SGD7.50 – at all restaurants as well as through McDelivery, while stocks last.If you want a healthier option, why not swap your fries for a corn cup at no extra charge? Or you can top up $1.20 to get a Garden Side Salad – with whole lettuce leaves, red & white cabbage, crunchy carrots, corn and tomatoes, served with a Japanese dressing.
Part of McDonald’s Singapore’s new “You Said it. We Made it” Campaign, the Crispy Chicken Sandwich follows hot on the heels of last month’s offering, the Breaded Salmon with Paella Spice Mix, which featured a juicy wild-caught Hokkaido salmon patty together with diced red and yellow capsicums and diced cheese – which are all common ingredients found in Spanish paella.