Feb 9, 2017

McDonald's Tests Crab Sandwich

Perhaps looking to try a chef-driven seafood option heading into the Lenten season, McDonald's is testing a new Crab Sandwich (possibly a fast food-first here in the US) in the San Francisco Bay Area.

According to the The Mercury News, the seafood sandwich was developed with the help of local chef Ryan Scott, a Top Chef contestant. McDonald's Crab Sandwich consists of snow crab mixed with seasoned mayo and diced celery served alongside sliced tomato and Romaine lettuce on a toasted sourdough bun that's been brushed with herb butter.

The available for a limited time starting today at four Bay Area locations:

- 2191 Monterey Road, San Jose, CA
- 2699 Union Ave, San Jose, CA
- 4838 San Felipe Road, San Jose, CA
- 3509 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, CA

The Bay Area was also where McDonald's tested garlic fries last year.

If the test goes well, the chain plans to launch the sandwich at the almost-250 locations across in the area.

Photo via McDonald's.

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