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McDonald's Is Adding Five New Items To Its Menu Next Week

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McDonald's Is Adding Five New Items To Its Menu Next Week

McDonald's is adding five new items to its menu next week including a McChicken BLT and a spicy quarter pounder.

The McChicken BLT is pretty similar to a McChicken sandwich, featuring a crispy chicken patty served with lettuce and mayonnaise but the BLT with have the obvious addition of bacon - it'll cost you £5.19

The spicy quarter pounder is made with a beef patty, two slices of pepper jack cheese, jalapenos, onions, mustard and a spicy ketchup served in a sesame seed bun - and will set you back £4.79.

If spicy isn't your thing but fancy is then you might want to opt for the quarter pounder deluxe, which comes with a beef patty, streaky bacon, cheese, lettuce, onions, pickles, mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard. The deluxe quarter pounder will cost £4.89.

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Credit: McDonald's
Credit: McDonald's

McDonald's is also bringing back its nacho cheese wedges, which will come in a regular size and share box - costing £1.79 and £4.79 respectively.

And if you need something sweet to wash all that food down with, the fast-food giant is also set to add a salted caramel latte to its menu - costing £1.69.

As ever, prices may vary restaurant to restaurant so you might want to check before you go.

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The new menu items launch on the 7 October and will be on sale for six weeks - meaning you've got until 17 November to enjoy them.

Last week, McDonald's reassured burger-lovers that 800 of its branches would be remaining open past the 10pm curfew that pubs and restaurants in England are now subject to.

Credit: McDonald's
Credit: McDonald's

The rules state: "Businesses and venues selling food for consumption off the premises, can continue to do so after 10pm as long as this is through delivery service or drive-thru."

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So, while you can't dine in, you can still get your hands on a Big Mac or milkshake after 10pm, should you wish.

McDonald's UK and Ireland CEO Paul Pomroy confirmed: "With thanks to our delivery partners Uber Eats and Just Eat, more than 800 restaurants will also be offering McDelivery past 10pm."

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Topics: Food, UK News

Claire Reid
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