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LIMITED TIME OFFER: The New McDonald’s Fish & Fries

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Have you tried the newest offer from McDonald’s already? Inspired by one of the British favorite meals, fish and fries, McDonald’s Philippines just introduced their own version that will be available on their menu for a limited time only. Introducing… the all-new McDonald’s Fish & Fries.

During the official launch of McDonald’s Fish & Fries, a day before the official public release,  I was one of the few who get to taste this newest offer from McDonald’s. This new meal features a tender Fish Fillet with golden crunchy coating, paired with McDonald’s famous fries.

Check this out! I love it that McDonald’s did not use a lot of coating (but still crunchy). So definitely, you will eat more fish and not just coating. 🙂 As for the fries’ quantity, I think it is equivalent to a regular size fries. Well, I don’t need to explain much further about the taste of the fries which most of us are probably aware already. 🙂

McDonald’s Fish & Fries comes with your choice of dip—Sweet & Sour, Tangy Thousand Island, or Creamy Tartar Sauce. I have also tried and tasted each of the dips, and my personal favorite is the Sweet & Sour sauce. I also like the Tangy Thousand Island, or Creamy Tartar Sauce as dip for my fries.

So there you have it. Treat yourself to this classic British favorite when you dine in at any McDonald’s restaurant nationwide starting March 1. You can also avail it via Drive-Thru or McDelivery.

AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. McDonald’s Fish & Fries!

For more details and updates about McDonald’s newest offers, you may follow them on on Facebook, Facebook.com/McDo.ph. and you may also share your Brit moments with the new McDonald’s Fish & Fries tag @McDo_PH on Twitter or Instagram.

 

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