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McDonald's Singapore's Sausage McGriddles with Egg: the Best A.M. Breakfast Indulgence (Plus Hello Kitty Fairy Tale Plushies)

When in Manila (sorry, former WIM write here.  Hehehe!), my (and the Little One's) McDonald's breakfast item of choice is an egg McMuffin.  But here in Singapore, a McDonald's sausage McGriddles with egg is the only way to go.

Sausage McGriddles with Egg

Just imagine, a thick sausage patty, egg, and cheese sandwiched in between 2 bun-shaped pancake pieces (with a drizzle of syrup inside each piece).  My artery's clogging up just thinking about it!  A really scrumptious combination of sweet and savory; all in one handy package.

As sinful and as bad for the heart as this is, this is still, and will for a long time be, my most favorite McDonald's breakfast offering here.  Just don't overindulge (we usually have this once a month only, much to my utter dismay). 

A value meal costs S$5.35 (Php176.55*).  Comes with hash brown and a drink of choice (personally, go with their iced Milo.)

Value meal

It is a pity, though, that we don't have this in the Philippines.  Although Jollibee did a fairly decent version of this a few years back with the introduction of their pancake sandwich.

Jollibee's pancake sausage

It didn't live a long life though, as it was eventually discontinued a few months after it's release to the public.  *Sigh*

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In other news, McDonald's Singapore is having a Hello Kitty fairy tales plushie promotion.  You can avail of these wonderful cuties with every purchase of a value meal (plus an additional S$4.60/Php151.80*).  On sale from May 30 to July 3, 2013.

Go Hello Kitty!

Aren't they cute?!  Lovin' the Little Red Riding Hood one.  Sure takes me back to the days our local McDonald's offered their own Hello Kitty and Snoopy plushies promotions.  J

*S$1 = Php33

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Please visit the McDonald's Singapore website (click here forthe site) for more information on menu items, branch locations, and other relevant information about the Hello Kitty fairy tales promotion.

Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


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