There’s a new limited-time McDonald’s yakiniku burger, also available from a vending machine

By Evan Mua April 24, 2024
There’s a new limited-time McDonald’s yakiniku burger, also available from a vending machine

New limited-time releases from the Golden Arches always drum up a lot of hype but this time, the new yakiniku burger from McDonald’s is a bit more special — you can also get it from a vending machine.

Available from Apr 25 onwards, the newest burger is a Japanese-inspired creation that comes packed with the satisfying flavours of Japanese-style yakiniku.

mcdonald's yakiniku burger
Indulge in the rich flavours of its yakiniku sauce. Photos: McDonald’s Singapore

To make the yakiniku burgers (from S$7.90 for a la carte and from S$8.90 for an Extra Value meal), McDonald’s throws together shredded white cabbage, caramelised onions and yakiniku sauce, and sandwiches the patty between two fluffy semolina buns.

It comes in two options: Either a crispy fried chicken or quarter-pounder beef patty.

mcdonald's yakiniku burger
A vending machine for burgers? Photo: McDonald’s Singapore

And remember the part about the vending machine? The yakiniku burger vending machine is already live at Plaza Singapura Level 1 Atrium, one day before the burger hits the outlets.

The vending machine will be available from 12pm to 1pm and 6pm to 7pm today, while stocks last.

In addition to the yakiniku burger, McDonald’s is also rolling out a few other limited-time specials.

In the savoury department, diners will be able to get their hands on the returning potato wedges (from S$4.70).

If you’re a huge fan of desserts, the purple sweet potato ice cream (from S$1.20) and taro custard pies (from S$1.80) will definitely be right up your alley.

mcdonald's yakiniku burger
Other limited-time specials are also available. Photos: McDonald’s Singapore

The latter comes with velvety taro custard encased in the fast-food brand’s signature flaky pie crust, while the former is a vibrant soft-serve that is available in both cone, McFlurry or hot fudge sundae options. 

Anyone in the mood for chocolatey indulgence can also get themselves an order of the rich double chocolate frappé drink (from S$4.20).

If you’re tempted by the new McDonald’s yakiniku burger or any of the other limited-time specials, they will be available at all outlets for dine-in and takeaway, as well as on delivery platforms!

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on the best cafes to hit up in JB and where to indulge in the heartiest and most satisfying curry puffs.

McDonald’s is on the GrabFood delivery service and offers free delivery (up to S$3 off) with GrabUnlimited. 

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

You can also book a ride to McDonald’s for the yakiniku burgers.

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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