A taste of Korea has landed at McDonald’s as it launches two K-burgers, honey butter fries, and strawberry banana sundae.
The K-Beef Burger is made with 100 percent beef patty dipped in gochujang sauce, sandwiched in black sesame seed buns with crisp lettuce, slivers of onion, and round egg, and drizzled with tangy kimchi dressing.
The K-Chicken Burger, on the other hand, is made with a crispy chicken fillet topped with flavorful toppings and creamy cheddar cheese, all sandwiched between soft black sesame seed buns.
Both K-burgers are best enjoyed with the Honey Butter Fries (McDonald’s World Famous Fries with a sweet honey creamy butter twist) and Strawberry Banana Sundae (the classic vanilla sundae drizzled with sweet strawberry banana syrup).
The limited edition lineup is available via McDelivery, drive-thru, or takeout, as well as via GrabFood or foodpanda.
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