For everyone in Japan who wants a taste of America, McDonald’s Japan is bringing back their popular “American” burgers, this time as a line of “American Deluxe” burgers. And they’ll be kicking off the new line starting Nov 1 with the “Deluxe Cheese” series which will involve some serious cheeziness (in a good way, of course).
It’s been three and a half years since McDonald’s came out with a new line of American burgers, so expectations will undoubtedly be high for the soon-to-be-released Deluxe Cheese items. Let’s take a look at what will be on offer.
● The Deluxe Cheese Beef
490 yen, 790 yen for Value Set combo with side item and drink.
This burger is made with a thick 100-percent beef patty, plus strips of smoked bacon, combined with sliced cheddar cheese and cheddar cheese sauce, all sandwiched between special buns flavored with a topping of powdered cheese.
● The Deluxe Cheese Chicken
490 yen, 790 yen for Value Set combo.
This is another cheese-filled creation that features a crispy fried chicken patty along with smoked bacon, sliced cheddar cheese, cheddar cheese sauce, and pepper-flavored steak sauce, also sandwiched with the powdered cheese-topped buns.
● The Deluxe Cheese Muffin
330 yen, 400 yen for drink combo, 530 yen for Value Set combo.
This breakfast menu item (served until 10:30 a.m.) consists of a spicy sausage patty, a cooked egg, smoked bacon, sliced cheddar cheese, and cheddar cheese sauce sandwiched between slices of toasted English muffin.
● The American Cheddar Potato
This side item is a combination of mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese fried into bite-sized pieces. The texture of the crispy outer batter should provide a nice contrast with the moist potato filling inside.
Based on the descriptions and pictures, it certainly looks like the items are full of cheesy goodness! The Deluxe Cheese series is the perfect followup to the autumn cheese smoothie, and it will be available for a limited time only, with the next series in the American Deluxe line due to come out in late November.
So if you’re in Japan and want to try the cheese-infused items, make sure you don’t wait too long to visit a McDonald’s near you.
Source: McDonald’s Japan news release
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