Woke Up Late? You Can Now Have McDonalds' Hotcakes All Day
Or hash browns for snack time-because why not?
(SPOT.ph) There are just times when we hanker for breakfast food outside breakfast time—we’ll have tapsilog for lunch and cereal for dinner any day. If you’re dining from McDonald’s, time need not be a hurdle, because you can now enjoy their breakfast menu anytime of the day—even past the usual 10:30 a.m. cut-off. This is available for drive-thru transactions, delivery—just dial 8888-MCDO (6236), or order via GrabFood or Foodpanda.
Like it sweet and savory? Go for the Two-Piece Hotcakes (P50/ala carte, P69/with coffee), or soft and fluffy pancakes topped with butter and pancake syrup. The Sausage McMuffin (P64/ala carte, P105/with coffee, P136/with coffee and Hash Browns) is a popular choice for a reason—it’s a mega-satisfying meal with slightly spicy sausage. You can also just get the Hashbrowns (P35) ala carte—they’re crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Hash Browns work great with any meal—even their chicken or burgers. Note that the availability and prices of the products may vary per store.
McDonald’s is a fast-food restaurant that dates back all the way to the '40s, when brothers Maurice and Richard McDonald turned their drive-thru barbecue restaurant in California into a burger joint. They came to the Philippines in 1981, when Dr. George T. Yang opened the first Philippine McDonald’s restaurant in Morayta, Manila. To this day, they’re loved for their burgers, fries, chicken, and other Western eats, with Philippine exclusives that include the Chicken McDo with Spaghetti.
Main image from McDonald's Philippines' website; for illustrative purposes only.
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