McDonald’s Goes Local And Launches Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger For Singapore’s National Day

Singapore’s National Day is fast approaching, and whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has put a halt to festivities and celebrations, McDonald’s Singapore isn’t going to let that rain on their parade.

Collaborating together for the first time with Mediacorp Artiste and Guest Chef Ben Yeo, the fast-food chain has crafted a burger inspired by a local dish, Hainanese Chicken Rice.


The all-new limited-edition Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger features a juicy, crispy chicken patty complemented by a trio of sauces: ginger, garlic chili, and dark sweet sauce. The Crispy Hainanese Chicken Burger costs S$6.60 ala carte and S$8.30 as an Extra Value Meal.

For an additional S$0.30, hungry customers can upgrade their regular fries to Crisscut Fries. Crisscut Fries are also available ala carte from S$3.50. Making a comeback is McDonald’s Banana Pie (S$1.40) too.


For a full complete local experience, customers can also upgrade their choice of drink to the new Kopi Frappé for an additional S$1.85. Kopi Frappé can also be purchased separately for S$4.30 (small) and S$4.70 (medium).

The limited-edition creation will launch across all McDonald’s restaurants and Drive-Thru in Singapore, as well as via McDelivery, GrabFood, and Foodpanda from 5 August 2021, while stocks last.