Double McChicken is back with “Move It” Meal
Oh yeah Double McChicken is back! In conjunction with Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa bound to screen on the 13 Nov 2008, McDonalds has come up with a whole new menu with the “Move it” slogan. Having only myself for lunch, I drove to the nearest McD at Equine Park to try it.
A new limited time only set meal is called the “Move It” Meal, consisting of a Double McChicken, Move It Shaker Fries (large) and Green McFizz. The Double McChicken and Fries cost RM10.40 while the Green McFizz is priced at RM3.80, totalling RM14.20 for the meal. The Green McFizz contains real crushed pineapple. So, there’s something to chew on while drinking.
I can’t remember the last time I had Double McChicken, but it was sure a long time ago. There’s nothing much to say about the burger since it’s only an additional chicken patty. But mine sure had lots of lettuce lol, so much it was overflowing. If ordered via ala carte, the Double McChicken costs RM8.80. Yeah I know it’s pricey, which is why I will probably just eat it just once.
Lastly, a compulsory comparison between the Double McChicken as advertised and the real thing. Fast food restaurants are known to show nice and tempting photos of their food but when the real thing arrives, they look miserable. Well, I am glad to say the McD at Equine Park is still doing a good job on maintaining the quality. It is one of the very few McDs I would actually go nowadays.
If you hang out here often, you might catch me here on one afternoon
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