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McDonald’s Japanese- and Korean-inspired offerings will be back on the menu starting March 2

By Brooke Villanueva Published Feb 28, 2022 6:08 pm

What are you craving?

A busy work week calls for some good food to help you recharge for the hustle and bustle. It could be a filling meal, a delightful dessert, or both, depending on what—and how much—you’re actually craving. If you’re like us who have set our hearts on some Asian flavors in particular, look no further as we’ve just heard of an epic food crossover that could give you exactly what you’re looking for. 

Through McDonald’s Flavors of Asia, the fast-food chain’s hit Japanese- and Korean-inspired menu items are making an irresistible comeback starting Wednesday, Mar. 2 for dine-in, take-out, drive-thru, and McDelivery. We’re talking about the Ebi Burger, Nori Shake Shake Fries, and Matcha Sundae from Flavors of Japan as well as the K-Chicken Burger, Honey Butter Shake Shake Fries, and Strawberry Banana Sundae from Taste of Korea, which the well-loved brand introduced back in 2019 and 2021, respectively. 

Just can’t wait to devour them again? Here’s some good news for Jap and Korean food enthusiasts: you can score an exclusive one-day early access on the McDonald’s app tomorrow, Mar. 1. Just look for the Flavors of Asia tile, claim your stub, and present it upon ordering your food. Enjoy your meal!