McDonald’s Japan’s New Texas BurgerPosted: October 26, 2016
McDonald’s Japan’s new Texas Burger takes a Big Mac for its base but while it includes the three-part club-style bun it only comes with a single beef patty.
To be fair, the single beef patty in question is a Quarter Pounder patty rather than the standard Big Mac patty. The patty occupies the lower tier along with a slice of cheese and whole-grain mustard, while the top tier contains bacon, spicy barbecue sauce, and crispy-fried onions. The burger also differs from the Big Mac in that the bun is bereft of sesame seeds.
The price tag on the burger is 490 yen (~$4.71). It’s also available in a combo for 790 yen (~$7.60)
Basically, beyond the middle bun, the Texas Burger is more or less a Western BBQ Big Mac. It launched on October 5, 2016 and is available through early November, while supplies last…(read more)
Source: Brand Eating
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