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Apr 7, 2010

The Asia Trip: McDonald's Taiwan - Chicken McCrispy

Ordering at McDonald's Taiwan
I went to McDonald's Taiwan inside the Taipei Zoo, the largest zoo in Asia, and roughly about $2 for admittance (which has to make it one of the cheapest ways to spend a day in Taiwan).  While there, I tried the Chicken McCrispy, a value item menu for about $1 if I remember correctly.

Chicken McCrispy
The Chicken McCrispy is a crunchy fried chicken wing served in a little paper pouch.  That's right!  McDonald's Taiwan does fried chicken! It was pretty good too; nice and crunchy but not too greasy.  The chicken was suitably moist and taste inexplicably fresh for lack of better word.  Maybe I just got lucky?


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8 comments :

  1. Hmm...since it's just the wing, was there a good amount of meat? Looks like a lot of breading on that, or maybe is because it's up-close.

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  2. Wow, that's so cool. I want to try!

    Oh and btw to answer your question: Yes, I do all my own artwork. :3

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  3. @Anon: There was a fair amount of meat. Not too much breading, no.

    @Rate: I'm pretty sure McDonald's in several Asian countries sell fried chicken.

    Your artwork is pretty good!

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  4. Mhhmm. That looks pretty good. Asians love their fried chicken. KFC is the only American fast food chain in Vietnam (they also have Lotteria).

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  5. @Tania: Pics or it didn't happen!

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  6. I was wondering if some of the McDonalds Chicken breasts still have the gizzards? I remember as a kid in the late 90's I ate a piece of chicken breast at a Taiwan McD's and flipped it over to find "BRAINS!!" I recall only eating legs from then on.

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  7. Hm... I'm glad I didn't have that problem but I only had one piece.

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  8. Please watch the news at the link below, this crispy chicken is very unhealthy, has been reported in news...

    http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=458922559309

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