Unless you’re living under a rock, you would have known that McDonald’s has released a new rendition of their Samurai Burger – the Golden Samurai Burger which boasts a mouth-watering chicken or beef patty dipped in teriyaki sauce, layered with lettuce and a grilled pineapple ring between oat bran buns.
If you love McDonalds’ breakfast but hate waking up before noon, I’ve got good news for you: from 1 – 4 January 2015, the Golden Arches will be making their breakfast sets available all day!
For a sneak preview of their All Day Breakfast promotion, McDonald’s is also throwing their first ever Breakfast Pyjama Party tomorrow, with all the works: complimentary breakfast options, sleep accessories and customised breakfast areas for a truly Instagram-worthy breakfast.
The FIFA World Cup fever may be over but the innovation at McDonalds is not. Barely a week after the Beef Picante and Chicken Caramba are set to end their run on the menu, the Golden Arches is cooking up a couple more burgers, just in time for the 49th National Day celebrations next month:
Psssst. After taking the world by storm as classic fairytale characters and circus stars in 2013, Hello Kitty is back. And this time, she’s dressed as her friends from Sanrio in conjunction with her 40th anniversary this year.
Dubbed the Bubbly World collection, it sees the world’s most feline making her debut at McDonald’s outlets island wide, not only as other characters like Purin and Maru but – wait for it – shaped as a cute bubble:
This is McDonald’s Place. Or as many like to call it, King Albert Park. Home to the McD’s headquarters, along with a handful of F&B businesses, namely, Spinelli Coffee, Island Creamery, and Cinta Manis. Oh, and not forgetting, a Cold Storage supermarket.
Two weeks ago, though, (16 March, to be precise) this iconic building closed its doors for the last time in lieu of new residential and commercial premises headed its way, prompting many Singaporeans to make their way there in the name of One Last Meal under the country’s most beloved golden arches. That, and snapping a few keepsake photos before the place closed for good.
So here’s my re-telling of what went down on King Albert Park’s last day in pictures! 😀