- Burger King has released an ice-cream sundae with chocolate, maple syrup, and French fries to its Singapore branches.
- The chain released the limited edition menu item after noticing how customers dipped fries in their ice-cream, it said.
- Burger King's thin fries are placed in the bottom of a cup, which is then covered in ice-cream. Chocolate and maple syrup are drizzled on top, followed by even more fries.
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Burger King has released a limited-edition dessert like no other in Singapore.
It's an ice-cream sundae full of fries.
And, yes, the fries are served hot.
The fast food chain launched "Mashed Up Fries" after noticing guests ordered fries and sundae separately and then dipped their fries into the dessert, it told Business Insider.
Burger King's thin fries are placed in the bottom of a cup, which is then covered in ice-cream. Chocolate and maple syrup are drizzled on top, followed my even more fries.
Burger King described the dessert as "eccentric, but delicious" with contrasting temperatures, textures, and flavors.
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This isn't the first time the company has stuffed fries into its meals.
In October, Burger King Japan teased censored images of a perplexingly cheap 290 yen ($2.76) burger on social media, before revealing that the secret contents was, in fact, French fries.
The "Fake Burger" was available for just two weeks, and featured French fries and beef sauce sandwiched between burger buns.
Its Japanese arm has also released an "ugly burger" with four-cheese buns, and an "extreme" burger which has no bun and more than a pound of meat.
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