Firstly, sad news… McDonald’s has axed the ‘Quarter Pounder with Cheese’ burger on Dec 6 prior to the release of ‘The Original Angus’ burger today (Dec 7).
‘The Original Angus’ burger features juicy thick 100% Angus beef patty with melted cheese and onions. Topped with classic tomato sauce and pickles. This would be their permanent item to replace ‘Quarter Pounder with Cheese’.
‘Classic Angus Cheese’ burger is an aromatic glazed bun with juicy 100% Angus beef patty, layered with Colby cheese, grilled onions, crispy chicken bacon, tomato jalapeño relish, and creamy garlic aioli sauce.
Alongside, McDonald’s Singapore has also launched a limited-edition ‘Angus Mushroom Supreme’ burger. It also features the 100% Angus beef patty and features grilled mushrooms, onions, and lettuces. It’s drizzled with herb aioli and sandwiched between the sesame bun.
Lastly, upon ordering those burgers above, you could complete your meal with the limited-edition ‘Cheesy Loaded Fries’, which features McDonald’s all-time favorite fries, topped with chicken bacon bits, nacho cheese, and sour cream sauce.
‘Angus Mushroom Supreme’ Extra-Value Meal & ‘The Original Angus’ Extra-Value Meal, served with ‘Cheesy Loaded Fries’ and Coke (S) are available from S$9.30 and S$8.75 respectively. The burgers are also available A-la-Carte from S$6.70 and S$6.20. The ‘Classic Angus Cheese’ burger is priced from S$8.95 (A-La-Carte) and from S$10.95 (Extra-Value Meal).
‘The Original Angus’ burger is available permanently daily after breakfast hours in all restaurants and via McDelivery / UberEATS, while ‘Angus Mushroom Supreme’ burger & ‘Cheesy Loaded Fries’ will be available for a limited time, while stocks last.
So, will these new burgers be able to replace the ‘Quarter Pounder with Cheese’ burger?