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McDonald’s Singapore Is Back With Fish & Fries and Sweet Chilli Fish Burger!

TL;DR

  • McDonald’s Singapore is bringing back its Fish & Fries and Sweet Chilli Fish Burger!
  • It’s coming soon, although we don’t know many details yet.
  • If you’re looking for more fish options from your favourite fast food joint, you can rejoice!

Some of you might remember the last time McDonald’s Singapore had Fish & Fries and the Sweet Chilli Fish Burger on its menu. Crispy battered fish with steaming, tender insides, paired with a side of fresh-fried fries and a dipping bowl of tartar sauce? Yes, please. Sign us right up.

If you’re as big of a fan of fried fish as we are and you’re constantly wishing for more fish options at McDonald’s, you’re in luck. McDonald’s has heard you, and they’re bringing back these ocean delights!

Fresh Fish and Fries

Photo: @mcdsg (Instagram)

McDonald’s Singapore announced on their Facebook page on July 30th that they’d be bringing back everyone’s favourite fried fish meals. We, for one, are delighted.

The meals coming back to the menu of everyone’s favourite fast food giant are the Fish & Fries and the Sweet Chilli Fish Burger. The former is Singapore’s take on the British classic fish & chips – which, who doesn’t love fish and chips? – and the latter is a burger that boasts a lusciously tender and flaky fish fillet topped with sweet chilli sauce.

Photo: McDonald’s Singapore (Facebook)

Both are lighter lunch choices than McDonald’s Big Mac or McSpicy burgers, so if you’re looking for something a little less on the heavy side, then these fish options are exactly what you’re looking for.

So if you’ve got a pescetarian friend or you just really like fish or you just really like McDonald’s fish, it’s time to go down to your nearest outlet for your fix!

We know we can’t wait to go down and get our hands on these. Will you?

Just remember to mask up and practice social distancing!

Read: McDonald’s McGriddles Has Returned To Singapore For Breakfast Hours

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