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The ways of the Samurai

Friday, October 30th, 2015 at 7:26 pm

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The ever-popular Beef Samurai and Chicken Samurai burgers have made their way back to the shores of Singapore since 15 Oct (in case you’ve been in hermit mode), and now, the Samurais have officially levelled up.

Introducing… the GOLDEN SAMURAI BURGER:

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Fans of the classic Samurai burger have enjoyed the combination of a juicy Teriyaki chicken or beef patty served with creamy sauce and fresh lettuce, and McDonald’s now adds refreshing sweetness to  the flavour profile by introducing a slice of grilled golden pineapple ring.

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To complete your samurai experience, go for the Golden Samurai Special – which includes a Golden Samurai burger (chicken or beef), a seaweed shaker fries (L), and nice cold green tea (M).

You can also choose to swap your fries for a corn cup at no extra charge, or top up $1.20 to change your side to a Garden Side Salad comprising whole leaf lettuce, red and white cabbage, crunchy carrots, corn kernels and tomatoes, served with a light Japanese dressing.

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Those craving for a dessert to end the meal with will be pleased to know that a new mocha-flavoured McFlurry is available during this promotional period. The mocha-flavoured McFlurry is served with caramelised biscuits, adding a nice buttery crunch to each bite of the delicious coffee-flavoured soft serve.

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josephineJoselovincolors.com: Irresistible Golden Samurai Burgers

szekisszeki.blogspot.sg: Warrior of all burgers

The classic Samurai burger, Golden Samurai burger, seaweed shaker fries, and mocha-flavoured McFlurry are available in all McDonald’s Singapore restaurants while stocks last.

See what these bloggers think about the new Golden Samurai burger by clicking on the thumbnails!

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