McDonald’s Japan Gets Curly Fries
Regular, stick-shaped French fries are wonderful things, and they’re ideally suited for dipping. Still, there’s no denying that curly fries are just more fun. They’re twirly and swirly, and you can play with them like they’re springs. Now customers at McDonald’s will be able to play with their curly fries, but only in Japan.
According to Rocket News 24, McDonald’s Japan has released seasoned curly fries in stores from January 6 until some time in early February. The fries are traditional, spiral-cut curly fries, with a lightly spicy seasoning that makes them a bit more flavorful than regular fries.
This is not the first time McDonald’s Japan has offered curly fries in addition to their regular variety. They show up from time to time, but never for very long.
The curly fries will be available at McDonald’s Japan for about $2.75 on their own, or as part of a combo for just 50 yen, or about 43 cents, over the price of a regular combo meal.