McDonald’s SG McSpicy

With all the buzzing around the internet over McDonald’s Singapore’s new local menu today, I thought I’d take a moment to look at one of the excellent items on their regular menu… the McSpicy!

Like most McDonald’s around Asia, anything you get off the menu at McDonald’s Singapore will be so much better than anything served at a U.S. outlet. Especially when it comes to sandwiches and burgers that are created to cater exclusively to the tastes of local customers. Like the Singaporean McSpicy chicken sandwich…

I can pretty much guarantee you that it’s better than any fast food chicken sandwich you have had, and plenty of other deep-fried chicken sandwiches in other restaurants too. Really.

First off, much like what David Chang’s now doing at Fuku, McDonald’s Singapore has long been using whole chicken thighs…

Plus, the “crisply batter that has an added spicy kick” is made with a local sambal! And every McSpicy is fried to order so comes out hot and crispy…

It’s the best McDonald’s sandwich you’ll find anywhere!

And if it’s not spicy enough, McDonald’s Singapore has a crazy good chilli sauce for you…

And as an added bonus, there’s also curry sauce for your fries…

Between the hawker centers and coffee shops and high-end restaurants, there’s no end of amazing places to eat in Singapore, so I know I sound crazy recommending a McDonald’s to you. But with the quality of the food in the country being as high as it is, that’s exactly why McDonald’s up their game there.

PD101 as chickens

Jisung and Park Sungwoo: old chicken
Jonghyun: a chicken
Minhyun: a mother hen (with strong analytical skills)
Dongho: commercialised chicken (nice chests)
Minki and Dongmyeong: raw chicken
Ong: young chicken
Jaehwan, Sungwoon and Sewoon: chicken choir association
Daniel: chicken with cats
Youngmin: sweet and spicy chicken
Hyunbin: chic
Jihoon: McSpicy Chicken
Samuel: Texas Chicken ™
Jung Jung: Hainanese Chicken
Kenta: Teriyaki Chicken
Yongguk: Mala (麻辣; very spicy) chicken
Seo Sunghyuk: chicken who ordered chicken to celebrate with his family Justin: cute chick
Moonbok: beautiful chick (swan?)
Eungi: flexible chick
Park Woojin: soy chick
Taehyun: dancing chick
Ahn Hyungseob: chair flipping chick
Bae Jinyoung: paper-wrapped chicken
Yehyun: extra chicken
Byun Hyunmin: chick with a flip
Joo Haknyeon: messed-up-a-little-but-it’s-ok chick
Daehwi: cute chick
Guanlin: slightly older baby chick
Seonho: baby chick
Lee Woojin: egg

Odd - Taehyung l 02

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A/N : I went through the Korean menu to find the appropriate names i should use. Please notice this effort.

“What do you want?” He asked you, one elbow on the counter as he looked at you thinking about your food desires. “God damn you think so fast for ‘what makes you, you?’ but when it comes to a fucking menu you’re lost.”

“Shut up. Don’t distract me while I’m taking an important decision like this.” You said, trying to focus your sight on all the writings above your heads, patiently decoding the words.

“This isn’t what I call a distraction.” He stated, making his smirk heard in his voice as he pushed your shoulder lightly. He enjoyed teasing you way too much for his own good, but he couldn’t help it.

“What do you call a distraction then?” You asked with a dumb face on, your facial features contorted in a blank expression which amused him quite a bit, he had to admit –only to himself though. He sent you a bigger smirk and opened his mouth to reply, but you stopped him with a hand raised in the air to shut him. “I don’t want to know.” You stated, sighing.

“Your loss.” He chuckled, eyeing you closely as he licked his lips. You were still focused on choosing your menu.

“I don’t think so.”

“I think so.” You narrowed your eyes at him after his childish response, ready to retort something but a loud throaty groan echoed and made you jolt, making Taehyung laugh in the process when he saw you startled. It came from the teenager who was still waiting for you to decide what you wanted to eat, and she seemed like she really wanted to be somewhere else, annoyed as hell. She looked like she was about to die from boredom.

“Ah yes. Well, I’ll just take a menu Maxi Best Of with a Signature McSpicy Shangai Burger, French fries and iced tea please.” You said, reading your choice diligently on the board above her head. “Oh and can you please add some extra Spicy Buffalo sauce? Since the gentleman here offered to pay for the inconvenience he made me suffer today.” You stressed, voice made out of sarcasm as you directly look at Taehyung. “Thank you.”

“At least I’m a gentleman and not an arrogant bitch.” He said on the same tone, glaring at you with teasing and dark pupils.

“That was mean.” You said, slowly pouting as your eyes fell to the floor. He felt his heart beat faster –just a tiny bit- but decided that it was better to ignore it.

“Sorry,” he apologised immediately and settled on petting your hair with his big hand gently before turning to cashier, missing your flushed cheeks. “I’ll take one Crispy Oriental Chicken Burger with potatoes and coke please, and one set of 4 pieces of Golden Mozzarella Cheese Sticks too.”

“You eat a lot.” You admired, eyes wide opened and a smirk on your face.

“I’m a big guy who needs to eat, Y/N” He smirked down at you, his lips curved teasingly for no valid nor obvious reason…

“I’ll go take a table.” You muttered with a smile, “Thank you for paying this to me. I fucking deserve it.”

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anonymous asked:

im planning to go to korea soon and was wondering if you have any suggestions on some korean cuisine i should try. btw i love your blog ^^~~

okay kiddo, this is going to be a long, long list that probably doesn’t even suffice the delicious and infinite amount of food korea has to offer, but here i go…

if you want to taste some popular “traditional” cuisine:

  • 비빔밥 (bibimpap, rice mixed with veggies and red pepper paste)
  • 냉면/비빔면 (naengmyeon, cold noodles in broth/bibimmyeon, cold noodles mixed with red pepper paste)
  • 순두부 (soondubu, spicy soft tofu soup with veggies)
  • 부대찌개 (budae jjigae or “army stew”, a mix of sausages, spam, cheese, ramen, rice cakes in spicy broth)
  • 된장찌개 (doenjang jjigae, fermented soybean paste stew with tofu, potatoes, and a variety of veggies)
  • 삼겹살 (samgyupsal, grilled pork belly)
  • 갈비 (galbi, basically korean bbq)
  • 불고기 (bulgogi, grilled marinated beef)
  • 간장게장/양념게장 (ganjang gejang, raw crab marinated in soy sauce/yangnyeom gejang, raw crab marinated in spices)
  • 삼계탕 (samgyetang, whole chicken soup with ginseng and other heathy nutrients)
  • 매운탕 (maewoontag, spicy fish soup with veggies)
  • 감자탕 (gamjatang, pork bone soup with a whole lot of potatoes and veggies)
  • 콩국수 (kongguksu, cold noodles in a soy milk broth)
  • 칼국수/수재비 (kalguksu, noodles in broth/soojaebi, dough flakes in broth)
  • 떡국/만두국 (ddukguk, rice cakes in broth/manduguk, rice cakes plus dumplings in broth)
  • 잡채 (japchae, stir-fried noodles with veggies and meat)
  • 보쌈 (bossam, boiled pork belly)
  • 족발 (jokbal, braised pig’s feet)
  • 도토리묵 (dotorimuk, acorn jelly seasoned with spices and usually mixed with veggies)
  • 낙지볶음 (nakji bokkeum, stir-fried octopus with veggies)

if you’re into more quick, on-the-go snacks like street food:

  • 김밥 (kimbap, rice rolls)
  • 떡볶이/떡꼬치 (ddukbokki, spicy rice cakes/ddukkochi, spicy rice cake skewers)
  • 파전 (pajeon, green onion pancakes with seafood, veggies, etc.)
  • 빙수 (bingsu, shaved ice with red beans, fruits, cereal, pretty much any kind of topping possible!)
  • 오뎅국 (odaeng, fish cakes in broth)
  • 튀김 (twigim, fried veggies, shrimp, noodles in laver, etc.)
  • 핫바 (hot bar, fish cake bars)
  • 호떡 (hotteok, pancake usually filled with cinnamon, brown sugar, and nuts)
  • 붕어빵 (bungeobbang, fish shaped bread with red bean filling)
  • 토스트 (toast)
  • 닭꼬치 (dakkochi, marinated chicken skewers)
  • 감자도그 (gamja dog, a corn dog covered in french fries)
  • 뻥튀기 (ppeongtwigi, puffed rice snacks)
  • 계란빵 (gyeran bbang, egg bread)
  • 뽑기 (bbopgi, a melted sugar and baking soda sweet)
  • 회오리 감자/감자 스틱/고구마 스틱 (hwoeli gamja, potato twister on a stick/gamja stick, fried potato sticks/goguma stick, fried sweet potato sticks)

and places i ate at/ordered from (delivery) this summer that i recommend:

  • 페리카나 (pelicana, seriously one of the best fried chicken delivery shops!!! their spicy sweet marinated chicken is amazing ;^;)
  • 오븐에 빠진 닭 (oppadak, a healthier option to fried chicken since their chicken is oven-baked!!! and the dipping sauces are A+)
  • 피자에땅 (pizza etang, i ordered both their box sets which come with a small pizza, ddukbokki, spaghetti, potato wedges, and chicken tenders for only 19,900 won!!!!)
  • cafe mama’s (they sell the most delicious paninis oh my god… i recommend the mozzarella tomato and the honey camembert cheese *v*)
  • ashley’s (a cheaper alternative to buffets with a salad bar and a variety of main dishes, appetizers, desserts, etc.)
  • caffe bene (the shaved ice is very good here and so are their summer drinks!)
  • a twosome place (the yogurt berry bingsu and tiramisu bingsu are both so perfect~)
  • primo bacio baci (their cream pasta in a bread bowl is absolutely scrumptious bc it’s not too heavy or greasy *u*)
  • 반가 (vanga, i always get their garlic tonkatsu bc it’s just soooo good and filling for the low cost!)
  • 조스 (jaw’s, their ddukbokki is very spicy so if you can’t handle the heat, then i am very sorry bc it’s the best ddukbokki you will ever eat :<)
  • lotteria (get the shrimp burger!!!! i also recommend their squid burger if you want to try something spicier~)
  • mc donald’s (okay this may sound dumb, but korea’s mc donald’s taste ten times better than the ones in the states. get the mcspicy shanghai burger or the mcspicy cajun burger and you will understand.)
  • gs25 (this also may sound dumb, but if you’ve never tried a tonkatsu sandwich, then go into any convenience store like a gs25, 7/11, mini stop, etc. and buy yourself one!!!! it’s only 2,000 won!!!!!)

yeah… that’s it for now…. korea is great.


Spice Up your Day with the new McDonald’s McSpicy

Break away from routine and do something new and exhilarating today and get ready for an experience like no other. First time launching in the Philippines, the freshest and most exciting addition to McDonald’s well-loved menu, is finally here – McSpicy. 

McSpicy is sure to be a hit among Filipinos with its blend of flavors that’s just right for the Pinoy taste. Take your satisfaction a notch higher with 100% juicy whole chicken meat, seasoned with just the right amount of choice spices, topped with fresh crunchy lettuce and flavorful dressing, all in a perfectly toasted sesame seed bun. Each mouth-watering bite comes with a kick that will tickle your tongue just right. 

Treat yourself to make your day extraordinarily different by enjoying McSpicy a la carte for only Php 80. Pair it with regular fries and drink for only Php 115 or enjoy it with medium fries and drink for Php 135. 

Make a dull day exciting by getting a McSpicy to amp things up. Each bite will surely turn your day around. Share your McSpicy moments with McDonald’s on Facebook, or tag @mcdo_ph on Twitter with the hashtag #mcspicyishere.