McDonald’s offers limited-edition items in Pokemon-themed packaging from Sept 1

By Toh Ee Ming September 1, 2022
McDonald’s offers limited-edition items in Pokemon-themed packaging from Sept 1
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Who says we can’t get enough of Pokemon?

Fans will be thrilled to know that from Thursday (Sept 1), McDonald’s Singapore is repackaging three of its limited-edition items in Pokemon-themed packaging.

There’s something about the novelty factor of sinking your teeth into your McPepper burger, which comes wrapped in a Charizard-printed packaging — a tongue-in-cheek allusion to its electrifyingly fiery taste.

Pokemon enthusiasts can also look forward to the pulut hitam pie that’ll come in Eevee-printed packaging and the teh C frappe in Pikachu- or Scorbunny-printed packaging.

The McPepper burger was first launched in September last year, featuring juicy, double black-pepper beef patties glazed with sweet, spicy black-pepper sauce and topped with sauteed onions.

McDonald’s Laksa Delight Burger_Pulut Hitam Pie
Pulut hitam pie. Photo: McDonald’s Singapore

Meanwhile, the pulut hitam pie and teh C frappe were introduced in July  — in celebration of Singapore’s 57th National Day. The pie is a twist on a local favourite, featuring purple sticky rice coconut cream filling encased in a crispy pastry crust, while the teh C frappe is an ice-blended milk tea drink topped with whipped cream and chocolate powder.

“These limited-edition Pokemon-packaged menu items will be available from Sept 1, while stocks last. We hope that our customers and Pokemon fans in Singapore will enjoy them,” said a McDonald’s spokesperson.

Looks like we gotta catch ’em all.


McDonald’s is on the GrabFood delivery service. You can also book a ride to its stores.

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Toh Ee Ming


Ee Ming is a storyteller with a love of photography, insightful reads, films, and offbeat and obscure places. Her work has appeared in outlets such as the Associated Press, South China Morning Post, National Geographic, CNBC and Southeast Asia Globe.

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