Get your nasi lemak fix with McDonald's Nasi Lemak Burger

McDonald’s Singapore is launching a new locally-inspired menu on 13 July 2017, including a Nasi Lemak Burger. (Photo: McDonald’s Singapore)

Singaporeans are known for their love of food, and what better way to celebrate National Day next month than by eating local food?

In this vein, McDonald’s Singapore is launching a new locally-inspired menu, incorporating local flavours like as nasi lemak, chendol and Bandung. The new menu is available from tomorrow (13 July) for a limited time only at all McDonald’s outlets.

Foodies can look forward to options such as the “Nasi Lemak” Burger ($5.95), consisting of a coconut-flavoured chicken thigh patty coated with cornflakes and layered with a fried egg, onions, cucumber slices and sweet-and-spicy sambal sauce.

Besides the “Nasi Lemak” Burger, other locally-inspired items such as the Bandung McFizz ($3), Chendol McFlurry topped with Gula Melaka sauce (from $3), Coconut Pie ($1.20), Chendol Melaka Cone ($1), Chendol Melaka Twist ($1) and Chendol Melaka Choco Cone ($1.20) are also available.

McDonald’s Singapore’s locally-inspired Chendol McFlurry. (Photo: McDonald’s Singapore)

The Pandan Coco Frappe (from $4.60) and Kueh Salat Cake (from $5) will also be available at McCafé outlets in Singapore.

If the “Nasi Lemak” Burger isn’t enough to satisfy your cravings, you also have the option of drinking Nasi Lemak tea – along with other local flavours like Chicken Rice tea, Pandan Chiffon – from Ette Tea.

If you’re willing to travel a little bit further, you can also get your hands on Nasi Lemak ice cream, complete with ikan bilis and sambal, at Skream Softserve in Caffé Diem in Alor Setar, Malaysia.

Skream Softserve in Diem Cafe (in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia) has come up with Nasi Lemak Softserve. (Photo: Sethlui.com)

A Laksa-inspired cocktail has also been created for the upcoming Singapore Food Festival to be held from 14 to 30 July 2017.

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