McDonald’s came out with a new and improved version of their Grilled Chicken Foldover [sixthseal.com] for reasons which I can’t comprehend since the first implementation tasted fine to me.
I capitalized on the new 2 am closing hours and went to McDonald’s at 1 am in the morning to check out their Grilled Chicken Foldover with the new recipe.
The Foldover McValue Meal costs RM 9.90 for a large
meal with fries and Coke. I noticed that the packaging for the Grilled
Chicken Foldover has changed as well.
The Grilled Chicken Foldover now comes in a muted brown instead of a
dark rouge packaging and the graphics has been given an overhaul as
well, probably to differentiate the “old” Grilled Chicken Foldover and
the “new” Grilled Chicken Foldover.
The ad for the new Grilled Chicken Foldover describes it as
“Lightly-grilled chicken patties, fresh lettuce, onions and tomatoes.
Now with enhanced garlic flavor in our mayonnaise and added veggies
like carrots, red and white cabbage.”
The same flatbread and dual chicken patty concept is used and the
only recipe changes are garlic and some vegetables. I ate it last night
and it tasted the same to me.
I honestly can’t tell the difference between the old and new Grilled Chicken Foldover.
I’m sorry, but I just can’t.