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Not always all-in when McDonald’s releases a limited-time only special, but the Laksa Delight Prawn Burger was indeed an item that really caught our attention — perhaps given how this is an item that is created with a local fusion; one that seems to be introduced in-line with National Day coming up. For those who are not so much into crustaceans, McDonald’s had also introduced the Laksa Delight Chicken Burger as well that features all the same elements as the Laksa Delight Prawn Burger except for the patty.

We had opted for the Laksa Delight Prawn Feast — the set comprises of the Laksa Prawn Burger and the Pulut Hitam Pie; both items being limited time-only items introduced in line with National Day, whilst also coming with the standard side of fries as well as soft drinks. The Laksa Prawn Burger comprises of elements such as the crispy prawn patty that is previously used in the Ebi Burger, a fried egg, purple slaw and a Laksa sauce. As with our usual expectations of fast food, we aren’t expecting a lot from the Laksa Delight Prawn Burger — we would say that the Laksa Delight Prawn Burger didn’t seem to disappoint however; the Laksa sauce is definitely creamy and lemak enough. To be honest, we would have preferred it to come with a punchier note from the Laksa leaves and rempah spices; that being said, it does carry sufficient flavour for a fast food rendition of things which seemed to be tuned towards the “western” side of things in terms of its richness. The crispy prawn patty was pretty much what we have liked it to be; that crispy exterior whilst being well-filled with of chunks of prawns within — the purple slaw providing a refreshing crunch that balances all of that out with the greens beneath.

Also gave the Pulut Hitam Pie a try — was really fascinated by how they have done quite a solid rendition of the local Pulut Hitam where the notes of black glutinous rice were especially prominent against that velvety rich coconut milk that was churned into it. Also liked how the Pulut Hitam filling does come with bits of black glutinous rice to chew on; not overly sweet — all that encased in the same pastry that one would associate with the all-familiar and favourite Apple Pie off the standard menu.

Purists of Laksa may probably find the Laksa Delight Prawn / Chicken Burgers a little lacking in terms of flavour where the fusion element is involved — we did feel that McDonald’s did seem to do a reasonably good job to balance out the expectations however since this is still a fast food offering after all. That being said, we would reckon that both the Laksa Delight Prawn Burger and the Pulut Hitam Pie are items that one should definitely go for at least once whilst they last — the latter definitely carrying an impression that is more memorable than the former. We like the Laksa Prawn Burger enough to have it again though — hope that it does stay in the menu long enough before the next limited time-only offering takes its place!

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Probably the most popular fast food item around now! Got this for dinner so it came with fries (I still prefer LJS’ heh) instead of the usual breakfast hashbrowns. We liked the sweet and savoury combi but it got a little heavy half way through, though it’s quite shiok to have an all day breakfast option!


If you wanna get diabetes, add (1) coconut pie, (2) bandung mcfizz (Sprite + rose syrup), and (3) chendol muflurry; just like I did. 🙌🏻 #howtonotbefat #crazyqueues #burpple


No Nasi Lemak burger or even Bandung McFizz for me today, but I did get this! 😋 Ignoring the dodgy ingredients of fast food items, this was truthfully delightful! It's more subdued compared to an actual chendol as well as gula melaka. It's more of a tribute than a replication, but I'm not complaining! And I think most people won't too. 😗 (7.3/10)


I am finally current enough to try a new product from McD 😂 (because thoughts of ai ya unhealthy ai ya troublesome always overcomes me) Can't believe I'm writing a review for McD 😂
Number 1, I was surprised by how heavy weighted this burger is. I thought my friend accidentally bought fries when I only wanted the burger. With a whole chicken thigh, this is one of the largest burgers I've ever seen from McD!
Next, surprisingly the chicken was still crunchy though my burger was bought by my friend that ran an errand before coming back (and of course I didn't get to eat till my expt ended.) So ard an hour of delay before I got to eat it. IT WAS STILL CRUNCHY! What sort of sorcery is in that batter?!
The flavours all went surprisingly well tgt, from the black pepper Mayo, to the Colby cheese to the grilled pineapples 😱 At $6.45, it can easily pass off as a $15 burger 🤣
#burpple #macdonalds #buttermilkchicken #burger #fastfood


So happy that my favourite @mcdsg pie is back!!! I'm actually quite surprised that many people have not tried it before, considering it's been brought back several times over the past 3 years.

I love the mushiness of the ripe banana bound together with sticky, syrupy sauce (much like the evergreen apple pie's) and encased in crackly, blistered pie crust. I hope it doesn't sell out too quickly cos ONE IS NOT ENOUGH.