McDonald's Singapore is Now Serving a Variety of Seafood-Centric Dishes

By: Katherine Pendrill - Oct 20, 2016
References: mcdonalds.sg & chewboom
McDonald's Singapore is expanding beyond beef and chicken to begin offering a greater variety of seafood-centric dishes. Not only is the chain incorporating more seafood into existing dishes, but it also also opting for vegetarian-friendly ingredients such as seaweed.

The new array of seafood-centric dishes from McDonald's Singapore includes the brand-new Fish Dippers and returning favorites such as the Classic Ebi Burger and Seaweed Shaker Fries. The Fish Dippers are fish-shaped nuggets made from Alaskan Pollock, coated in panko crumbs and then deep-fried, while the Classic Ebi Burger features a whole-shrimp patty coated in mustard, Thousand Island dressing and lettuce. Finally, vegetarians can enjoy their French fries with a dusting of zesty Nori flakes.

The new menu helps the chain appeal to regional preference by catering to Singaporeans' love of seafood.