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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

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

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.

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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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