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Sunday, April 7, 2013

TeriTama Burger

The TeriTama Burger is back at McDonald’s Japan. TeriTama is short for Teriyaki Tamago. The burger contains a Teriyaki pork patty with Tamago (egg in Japanese), lettuce, and sweet lemon sauce. There is also a TeriTama Cheese Burger, which features the addition of cheese. The burger has been available since March 22nd and costs 310 yen (USD$3.30) for the regular TeriTama or 340 yen (USD$3.60) for the TeriTama Cheese. A Medium set will cost you 620 yen (USD$6.60) for the regular TeriTama and 650 yen (USD$6.90) for a TeriTama Cheese set. Prices vary depending on the region in Japan.


TeriTama Burger
TeriTama with Cheese
How does it taste? Pretty good! The Teriyaki sauce is really sweet and sticky and goes well with the pork, egg and cheese in the burger. I would recommend you give this one a try if you are in Japan around this time of the year. The TeriTama will remain on the menu until the end of April.

A Poster Advertising the TeriTama Burger
The TeriTama Cheese all wrapped up

A Close up of the TeriTama with Cheese Burger

This Friday (April 5th), they also released the Chicken TeriTama, which features a piece of Teriyaki Chicken. They have used the same chicken as the Juicy Chicken Fillet Burger and covered it with sweet Teriyaki sauce. I just tried it and it is definitely my favourite. The chicken is crispy on the outside and juicy in the middle. The Chicken TeriTama is 330 yen (USD$3.40) for just the burger itself, or 640 yen (USD$6.60) for a Medium set.

Chicken TeriTama
The Chicken TeriTama has a better quality wrapper

A close up of the Chicken TeriTama

McDonald’s Japan Website

8 comments:

  1. Hmm. My heart still belongs to MosBurger, but I might give the TeriTama burger a try. :)

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    1. Thanks Ru, Definitely worth a try and I would recommend the Chicken TeriTama :)

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  2. I wish McDonald's would host an international month in the US. 30 days of highlighting items offered abroad. India has some interesting menu choices at the same chain. I'd love to try the Chicken TeriTama and add cheese.

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    1. Thank you AS, It is a great idea. I always love trying the different items on the menu when I travel :)

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  3. Well I guess eggs are healthier than bacon or fried onions. Still, I think I'd rather have extra meat ;-) No fast food where I live though. On the otherhand, egg sandwiches are awesome...

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    1. Thanks Benjamin, I don't mind the occasional fast food hit and we are lucky here to have a lot of different options. I also love trying all the new and different things on the menu :)

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  4. Looks good. And a pretty good deal too.

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    1. Thanks Lina, It was pretty tasty and the Chicken TeriTama was my favourite of the three :)

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