McDonald’s Japan McPork Burger

When I was in Japan last month, one of the things I got to do regardless what is to go to McDonald’s. Not that we do not have McDonald’s over here but due to religious respect, we do not have the McPork burger above.

Launched in 2007, the McPork burger is basically a slice of pork patty covered with garlic and black pepper sauce sandwiched with 2 buns, sold at 100yen as part of the 100yen burger menu.

With McPork’s debut, it also spelled the end for the McChicken in Japan which was taken down shortly the McPork went on sale. Guess the Japaneses like pork more than chicken?

Other than Japan, Hong Kong also have a pork menu, the sausage McMuffin with egg. Though muffin, it is available around the clock, not only during breakfast. Maybe Hong Kong people like egg?

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5 Responses to McDonald’s Japan McPork Burger

  1. Anime says:

    The McChicken burger is just recently released here… so expect it to be here five years from now

  2. Tiny Red Man says:

    ahh.. a MacPork after a hard day at Comiket. =3

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