McDonald’s Malaysia has some rather exciting new food items starting today.
From Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng and Nasi Lemak McD to Cempedak McFlurry and Cendol Desserts, we can’t help but check our passport expiry dates.
Here’s a quick guide to what’s available.
Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng McD
Love spicy stuff? Take on the ultimate challenge with the new Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng that is 3 times spicier than the original.
Burning sensation guaranteed so better prepare some milk before you dive in.
Nasi Lemak McD
Unlike the Nasi Lemak Burger, the Nasi Lemak McD in Malaysia comes with fragrant coconut rice, crispy anchovies, fried egg, spicy sambal and spicy Ayam Goreng (not the extra spicy one).
Now you can tell your buddies you tried the real Nasi Lemak dish at McDonald’s.
The perfect dessert for jackfruit lovers, the all-new Cempedak McFlurry with creamy soft serve and cempedak swirls will brighten up your day.
Can’t wait to try.
The new Corn Pie will probably remind you of the Apam Balik (sweet corn pancake) at pasar malams. It has the crispy shell of the Apple Pie but instead comes with yummy sweet corn fillings inside.
Cendol Flavored Desserts
Inspired by one of Malaysia’s beloved local delights, McD Malaysia’s soft serves are now infused with classic flavours of cendol.
Choose from Cendol Sundae & Chocolate, Cendol Vanilla, Cendol Choco Dip or Cendol Cone.
You can find a list of McDonald’s locations in Malaysia here.
Nearest one to Singapore is at McDonald’s City Square, next to the checkpoint in Johor Bahru.