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'Flavors of Japan' is back as McDonald's PH introduces seasonal 'Flavors of Asia' menu this March

McDonald's Philippines is bringing back their Japanese and Korean flavors for a limited time starting March.

By: Nicole Castro on March 01, 2022 at 12:01 PHT (GMT+8)

McDonald's Philippines is bringing back not one, but two of their well-loved limited edition menus this March 2022: Flavors of Japan and Taste of Korea!

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PHOTO COURTESY: McDonald's Philippines

Flavors of Japan was first released in 2019. The limited edition menu consists of the Ebi Burger, the Shake Shake Fries in Nori flavor, and the newly added Matcha Sundae. The Ebi Burger in particular is a timely choice for Filipinos this Lent season (which starts on March 2).

Meanwhile, the Taste of Korea menu returns from 2021 with the K-Chicken Burger, Shake Shake Fries in Honey Butter, and the Strawberry Banana Sundae.

Enjoy watching your favorite Japanese anime and K-dramas with these seasonal offerings!

Both menus will officially launch nationwide starting March 2, 2022 and will be available through Dine-In, Take-Out, Drive-Thru, and McDelivery.

But, excited customers can order the two menus one day early on the McDonald's App this March 1, 2022!

For more updates, follow McDonald’s Philippines on Facebook and @McDo_PH on Twitter and Instagram.

About McDonald's Philippines

McDonald’s Philippines master franchise holder, Dr. George T. Yang, opened the first McDonald’s store in Morayta, Manila in 1981. Since then, McDonald’s in the Philippines has been a strong and relevant player in the country’s quick service restaurant industry, having grown a store network of over 655 across the country. McDonald’s Philippines continues to aspire to make a difference in communities where it operates through its charity of Choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities Philippines.

Source: Official Press Release from McDonald's Philippines




Nicole is based in the Philippines and works as a freelance Japanese Translator/Interpreter and copywriter (English). She is a JLPT N2 passer who watches anime to "study" for N1. She has a long career history on LinkedIn (with primary focus on media and translation), but her anime watchlist is much, much longer.


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