McDonald’s has delighted fans by announcing they will bring back The Big Tasty to their menu from tomorrow.
One of McDonald’s best loved menu items will be available with or without bacon, in all their UK restaurants with prices starting at £5.99.
Made with fresh 100 per cent British and Irish beef, melty cheese made with Emmental, topped with tomato, lettuce, slivered onions and lashings of Big Tasty sauce, all on a sesame seed bun.
McDonald’s has delighted fans by announcing they will bring back The Big Tasty to their menu from tomorrow. One of McDonald’s best loved menu items will be available with or without bacon, in all their UK restaurants with prices starting at £5.99
It will only available for six weeks – so customers will need to hurry if they want to get your hands on one.
Joining the Big Tasty on the menu will be McDonald’s signature limited edition Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry which will be available in both mini and full sizes from the 30th December.
The combination of soft dairy ice cream with pieces of creamy Galaxy chocolate and a swirl of caramel sauce means it is a very popular choice.
It comes as the chain announced their NEW Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets for their January menu.
Joining the Big Tasty on the menu will be McDonald’s signature limited edition Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry will also be making its return, and will be available in both mini and full sizes from the 30th December
McDonald’s January menu 2021
- The Big Tasty – £5.99
- The Big tasty with Bacon – £6.39
- 6 Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets – £3.59
- 9 Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets – £4.09
- 20 Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets Sharebox – £5.99
- Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry – £1.39
- Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry Mini – £0.99
The fast food giant will make the Japanese inspired dish for just six weeks.
The food is made from 100 per cent chicken breast meat – the same as their standard nuggets – in a crispy Katsu Curry panko breadcrumb coating, served with the chains’s classic sweet curry dip.
McDonald’s say they are the tastiest way to wave goodbye to 2020 and start the new year as you mean to go on.
The prices start from just £3.59 for a box of six, while a box of nine will set you back £4.09 and 12-piece box costs £5.99.
Katsu is usually made of fried chicken in panko breadcrumbs with a curry sauce.
In the UK, it’s best known as a dish served at Pan Asian chain Wagamamas, with fans delighting when the chain released their recipe during the first lockdown in April.
McDonald’s – which remains open for takeaway across the country – have delighted fans throughout the year with various limited edition menu items.
In September, the chain expanded their Quarter Pounder with Cheese range with three variants of the classic fan favouritw – a Spicy Quarter Pounder with Cheese, a Quarter Pounder Deluxe as well as the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
The chain has also been praised for their charitable efforts this year, in October they announced they were set to deliver a million meals for children following a campaign from footballer Marcus Rashford.
UK and Ireland CEO Paul Pomroy said at the time: ‘As a business we are committed to supporting and serving the communities in which we operate.
McDonald’s will launch the first ever katsu curry chicken nuggets next week. Available in UK stores from December 30, the fast food giant will make the Japanese inspired dish for just six weeks
‘In these challenging times, we know it’s more important than ever to support those most in need.
‘When we temporarily closed our restaurants in March, our people, franchisees and suppliers rallied to provide surplus food and support to food banks and charities.
‘We were pleased that we were able to donate surplus food through FareShare and other organisations earlier this year, and we admire the fantastic work that FareShare continues to do to support families facing very tough situations.
‘I am pleased to support the distribution of one million meals to the families most in need this Autumn, and I wish to thank and congratulate FareShare for everything they’re doing.’