McDonald’s Nasi Lemak Burger Makes Sedap Return After 6 Years

Dear Singaporeans, don’t walk, run to the nearest McDonald’s outlet you can find because the popular Nasi Lemak Burger is making a comeback after 6 years.

Available for a limited time only, the Nasi Lemak Burger now features an improved crispy chicken patty and an even more sedap sambal sauce. The return of this beloved burger is accompanied by chunky Potato Wedges, a creamy Cocoa-nut Pie and the all-new Bandung Frappe.

The improved crispy chicken patty is infused with aromatic coconut flavours and is deeply marinated with a blend of mixed spices to evoke the classic local dish. The crispy chicken patty is then topped with a golden fried egg, a bed of caramelised onions, crunchy cucumber slices and the new and improved sedap sambal sauce with ikan billis flavour. All these local tastes and textures are then served between lightly toasted semolina buns.

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The Nasi Lemak Burger is S$8.30 ala carte and from S$9.30 for an Extra Value Meal. However, if you’re feeling a little patriotic now that National Day is around the corner, then opt for the Nasi Lemak Burger Feast (from S$11.50).

The feast comes with Potato Wedges (S$4.50), a creamy Cocoa-nut Pie (S$1.70) and a small Coke Zero Sugar. For an additional S$1.90, you can upgrade your drink to the new Bandung Frappe.

The new Bandung Frappe is a refreshing twist to a nostalgic drink where rose syrup meets sweet cream and is drizzled with chocolate sauce for extra indulgence. Ala carte, the Bandung Frappe is S$4.75 for a size small and S$4.95 for a medium cup. Additionally, the Cocoa-nut Pie is a blend of creamy nata de coco filling encased within a crisp, cocoa-infused crust.

The Nasi Lemak Burger, Bandung Frappe, Potato Wedges and Cocoa-nut Pie are available from 27 July onwards, after Breakfast hours for dine-in or takeaway at all restaurants, Drive-Thrus and via McDelivery, GrabFood and Foodpanda while stocks last.