McDonald’s Singapore Ramadan advertisement has been receiving kudos for depicting one of its delivery riders who is working and showing acts of kindness to customers and strangers on the road during the fasting month. The video, which was posted last week, shows the rider carrying out his meal deliveries and wearing a smile despite fatigue setting in as the day wears on.
The well-loved burger will be available after breakfast hours in all McDonald’s restaurants and via McDelivery from Friday (13 October), McDonald’s said in a press release on Thursday (12 October). Customers can have their Samurai Burger with either a succulent grilled chicken patty or juicy quarter-pound beef patty. An à-la-carte Samurai Burger is priced at S$6, but customers can opt for a Samurai Special (S$8.80) that includes Seaweed Shaker Fries and a refreshing Heaven & Earth Green Tea.
It’s easy to feel sorry for ourselves in Singapore where we only have apple pie, occasionally banana pie that tastes like goreng pisang, and other sweet-flavoured pie at our local McDonald’s – whereas places like Japan get savoury pies like this “hehonhohehohai” – otherwise known as bacon potato pie. いよいよ本日から！ベーコンとポテトたっぷり、ほっくほくでクリーミーな #ヘーホンホヘホハイ！
Fast food giant claim the horror hit constitutes free publicity for their biggest rival, because of the whole clown thing.
The 19-year-old, who will turn 20 on April 23, hasn’t requested for her birthday what you’d expect from the daughter of a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, step-daughter of one of the most accomplished music producers in the world, girlfriend of Cody Simpson, and BFF of Kendall Jenner. Instead, she intends to hand them out to the homeless she spots on the streets of New York City. For my bday I asked for @McDonalds (or other food) gift cards to keep in wallet to give to those I pass on the streets of NYC… (Cont)— Gigi Hadid (@GiGiHadid) April 19, 2015 & elsewhere that are in need of a meal.