Mc Donald’s breakfast spread is sure to leave spoilt for choice.

Mc Donald’s India is giving us another reason to celebrate and start our mornings on high note. The fast-food giant has launched a new breakfast menu and the inclusions are sure to make you drool. The newly-introduced dishes would be available at select outlets of Mc Donald’s across North and East India.

Offering a delectable range of options such as Veg McMuffin, Egg & Cheese McMuffin, Sausage McMuffin, Egg & Sausage McMuffin, Hotcakes, Hash browns, along with coffee and available beverages, Mc Donald’s breakfast spread is sure to leave you spoilt for choice!

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We tried the egg and cheese McMuffin. The buns are flatter and much softer. The sausage patty in combination with poached egg and a slice of cheese work magic together. The vegetarians may like their newly launched veg McMuffin. A crispy green patty of corn and spinach lends a wholesome appeal in this veggie delight. The new menu also has hotcakes. These soft and perfectly done pancakes have a mild sweet flavour. You can spruce it up further with add-ons like maple syrup and butter. They are also pretty generous with the size of pancakes. The hash browns are crispy and best enjoyed when hot – a must-try for all potato lovers! Other than this, you can also enjoy unlimited coffee refills. Yes, you heard us! Can your mornings get any better, we guess not.  

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Currently, select outlets would be serving the breakfast menu from 8 am to 11 am. You can also order in using Mc Donald’s app or other food delivery apps.

What: Mc Donald’s New breakfast menu
Where: Select Mc Donald’s outlets across North and East India
Cost For Two: INR 350

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