Last week, new items were once again launched by various food brands. International food chains like Burger King, McDonald’s, and Bonchon each have new food and drink offerings, and they are flowing!
The new products look so good and we’re admittedly curious about it. So to help you with your food options, My Pope Philippines lists down the new food and drinks you can order from these food establishments! (Read: Woah, CBTL Offers Free Upsize for Vaccinated Buyers!)
Burger King: Cheesy Jalapeño Fries
If you’re looking for the perfect snack to munch on in the afternoon, look no further because Burger King has the perfect finger food for you! They recently launched the Cheesy Jalapeño Fries, which combines their classic thick-cut fries, drizzled with lots of cheese sauce, and sprinkled with actual jalapeño pepper slices.
The offer is only available in the GrabFood app, and can be purchased for P99 an order.
McDonald’s: Banana Caramel Shake, Garlic Cheddar Fries
Another merienda option is the newest banana caramel shake and garlic cheddar fries from McDonald’s. These new products are part of their limited-edition Minions line, inspired by the popular yellow animated characters from Universal Pictures.
The timeless vanilla soft serve is topped with banana caramel syrup, while their world-famous fries is drizzled with garlic aioli dressing and sprinkled with cheese relish. The products are available for a limited time for dine-in, take-out, and delivery via the McDo app, GrabFood, and FoodPanda.
Bonchon: Breakfast Bibimbowl
Rice bowls are one of the easiest meals to eat because you literally just have one bowl that has the rice and ulam all in one. And Bonchon is making your morning meals easier with their new Breakfast Bibimbowl!
The Korean-style breakfast bowl consists of a slice of luncheon meat, fresh carrots and cabbage, and shiitake mushrooms. The regular size costs P162, while the loaded version costs P213. All orders are inclusive of a 16 oz. iced tea. It is available for delivery via the Bonchon website, GrabFood, and FoodPanda.