Breakfast at McDonald's

Good morning.. It is me.. @luueetang. I have had a really terrible heachache last night. Feeling a lot better after a night's of good sleep. So this is what I had for breakfast and it is at my favourite place. Mcdonald's

The rain was relently. Beating on the roof. Making huge tub tub noise on my roof. Luckily, my roof is still intact.

Mcdonald's Malaysia menu differs in the morning and after 11. There are the breakfast sets that you would have that doesn't have french fries. Then there is the change of menu after 11AM. Take note of that if you do eat at a McDonald's here in Malaysia.

SAUSAGE & OMELETTE CHEESE Sandwich

Sausage McMuffin with egg

Both have patties in them laden with pepper and melted cheddar cheese. Deliciously good. The buns that sandwich the patties are super soft and when you take the first bite, you can just feel the pepper and its spiciness permeating into your taste buds.

A clear view of the car park

Outside looking clear. This McDonald's is near my house. It is only a minute or two to drive here and to walk here is a about five minutes.

McCafe

The part of McDonald's here that brews fresh coffee and tea. Sometimes, I would be ordering the latte. They grind the beans fresh from their brewing machines and a cup of delicious coffee is made.

The seating

Spacious and fully air-conditioned. Clean. There are lots of people who come here for lunch and dinner. There is a drive through section which is always busy.

Not much manual ordering anymore

Kiosks have replaced cashiers with touch screen ordering panels. Then you can basically pay at a counter by cash or just pay via a card.

A hot cup of milk tea

In Malaysia, teh tarik (pulling tea), something warm to start my body with.

Hash brown

Instead of having fries, there is hash brown. Only mornings. By 11 am, the menu changes and there are fries.

Do you enjoy eating at a McDonald's? What do you usually order? Hope that your going to have a great day ahead. It is a rainy Saturday here. Not sure if some parts of Miri is going to experience a rise in water level.

Have a great day.



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Hello! I think I have met you already in dbuzz. McDonald is my favorite too. Although here in Philippines jollibee is the most popular.

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Hi hi.. OOO.. yea.. I still remember you wrote that you were new in Hive. Have you managed to be able to use this platform? I guess, it's quite fun. Do keep posting.. =)

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It's good to know you are okay now from your headache. Yeah, I enjoyed eating in McDonald's. I usually order chicken with spaghetti, coke float, and burger as well. Be careful. It's slippery outside. It's raining hard here.

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Hi hi .. wow.. different menu from where I am..there is no spaghetti here ... As well as cola float.. but it's great to know what different type of food is served.have a great morning. Thanks for dropping by.

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My gosh! No spaghetti and coke float? It's sad. They are the best combo for me.

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There's no question about it McDonald's would love this post. I love it too, after reading it my stomach is rumbling.

Do you enjoy eating at a McDonald's? What do you usually order?

Only very rarely, because in the United States it's much more expensive to eat fast food over preparing ones own meals. I have heard it is more economical to eat fast food in some places. Maybe it is that way there?

My favorite food from McDonald's has always been their world famous french fries.

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Hi hi.. Hahah.. thanks for answering that question. It's rather ironic right? since it's invented in the USA to have it expensive. Sometimes those famous french fries if the ones who prepare it doesn't do a good job, it can come quite soggy. It's reasonably priced here in Malaysia for a Happy Meal. To give you a perspective of the price , a large meal would cost around USD 4.50 and a Happy Meal here is about USD 1.50. Is that cheap?

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It would be considered cheap at 4.50 USD for a large meal and 1.50 USD for a happy meal, indeed yes. Another factor is the conversion rates between currencies. The spending power might be higher, but the amount held by the general population may be lower as an average, which makes the prices similar even though there are nearly ten times difference with the comparisons. A large meal here you can add a zero to, around 14.50 would be a fair estimate for average prices for large meals, some of them are more and go up to 20 dollars. I have not eaten there in at least a year.

It's tricky to wrap the mind around conversion rates and economics of this nature.

Thank you for the great conversation, it's interesting to think about these things.

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I'd never tried to eat at mcdonald 😁jollibee is only availble in the city near us here

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Hi hi.. Hahaha.. I've eaten at Jolibee.. quite delicious.. =) Spaghetti is quite good.. = ) I have been to the ones in Brunei..

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I don't like to order from the kiosk. I guess that I am still old school.

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Hi hi.. hahaha.. not easy right.. how are you?

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