Korean food fans are in for a treat this month, with McDonald’s outlets across Singapore launching the Seoul-themed Spicy Chicken and Spicy Beef burgers.
Both of the new burgers are characterised by McDonald’s unique spicy Korean sauce, made with signature ingredients used in Korean delicacies.
Seoul Spicy Burgers
Both Seoul Spicy burgers also contain fermented soy bean paste, sesame paste, soy sauce, chilli peppers, red paprika and garlic. The grilled 100% beef or chicken patty is also glazed with special spicy Korean sauce.
The burger is served with Romaine lettuce, mixed vegetables, and creamy slaw, and is stacked in between a bun featuring black pepper and white sesame toppings.
Mixed reaction about the new burgers
Some Singaporeans’ reactions of the new burgers are as follows.
Said Ryan Tee on McDonald’s Facebook page, “It’s super spicy. Eat until perspire.”
Gin Wong also said, on the McDonald’s Facebook page, “The sauce was too much and makes the bread soggy.”
Can be bought a-la-carte or as a meal
You can buy the burger a-la-carte from $5.95 or together with an Extra Value meal from $8.40, and complete your Korean experience with a medal consisting of Kimchi Shaker Fries and a Peach McFizz.
Melon McFlurry with Coconut Jelly
And for those with a sweet tooth, you can also get the Melon McFlurry with Coconut Jelly for $2.90, on top of your Korean-inspired meal.
Available at McDonald’s Singapore stores and through McDelivery
You can now buy these at McDonald’s Singapore stores as well as through McDelivery after breakfast hours – while stocks last.