Fed up of classic McDonald’s fries? Then make sure you try out the new sweet potato fries that have been introduced as part of the international menu.
Look, let’s be perfectly honest here, McDonald’s is not known for their fries. They’re OK and they will certainly curb that craving you get for something quick to eat, but they’re not anything special.
Thankfully, McDonald’s appears to be looking to correct that particular wrong by introducing sweet potato fries to the menu. Introduced as part of the international menu, we have the Netherlands to thank for these sweet tasting fries.
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Along with the sweet potato fries from the Netherlands, McDonald’s has also introduced the Chicken, Bacon and Onion Sandwich from France; The 1955 Burger from Germany; The ‘I’m Greeking Out’ Salad from Canada; The Manhattan Salad from France; Halloumi Muffins from Cyprus and Caramel Dipped Cones from South Korea.
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It’s a really impressive new menu and something McDonald’s fans need to try out, the only problem is, it’s not the easiest menu to try because the menu is only available in one McDonald’s menu right now; the headquarters in Chicago.
Fans who live in or around the area will find it fairly easy to visit the flagship restaurant but for fans outside the area it won’t be very easy to try out the menu. The good news is, the last international menu that was released nationwide was tested out at the Chicago restaurant first, so, fingers crossed, it won’t be long until this new menu is released nationwide,
What do you think of the new menu items being tested out in Chicago? Which menu item sounds the best to you? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.