McDonald’s Singapore is debuting a new pandan soft-serve, salted egg yolk fries and peach pie

Following the success of several local-inspired food items, McDonald’s is introducing brand new limited edition items on its Singapore menu this week.

From Thursday (Jan 3), several never-before-seen items such as Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries, Peach Pie and Pandan Soft Serve will hit stores for a limited time.

At the same time, the Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets inspired by prawn paste fried chicken usually sold at local “zichar” stalls will also be making a short-term return.

Here’s what to expect from the new items:

Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries

McDonald’s Singapore

The new Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries will be sold for S$1.20 with purchase of any McDonald’s meal in stores or via GrabFood.

According to the fast food giant, this new version of french fries will be covered in a blanket of salted egg yolk sauce blended with curry leaves.

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Pandan Soft Serve

McDonald’s Singapore

We’re not sure how different this will be to McDonald’s Cendol Soft Serve in Malaysia, but the Chendol McFlurry launched in 2017 was a hit, so this new offering has the potential to be grabbed up pretty quickly too.

It will come as a soft-serve in a cone (S$1) or ChocoCone (S$1.20), and as a Sundae (S$2) and McFlurry (S$3).

Those eager to try it out will have to head down to a McDonald’s Dessert Kiosk.

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Peach Pie

McDonald’s Singapore

A new variant of the famous dessert pies at McDonald’s, the peach pie will have a pale-pink crust.

It will be sold at S$1.40, and is available at all stores, dessert kiosks, via McDelivery and GrabFood while stocks last.

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Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets

McDonald’s Singapore

These are not new but their return is for a limited time only so fans will have to be quick.

It will be sold in a special edition of the restaurant chain’s Happy Sharing Box, which includes six pieces of Chicken McNuggets and four pieces of Ha Ha Cheong Gai Chicken Drumlets at a price of S$7.90.

On their own, the chicken drumlets will be priced at $2.40 for two pieces.

They will be available in stores, or via delivery through McDelivery or GrabFood.

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