'Tastes of America' Burgers Coming to Australian McDonald’s

California, Texas, and New York styles are in the works

Tastes of America

Hot on the heels of the announcement that outposts of McDonald’s in Australia would finally be getting their own Monopoly sweepstakes, Burger Business is reporting that the fast-food chain’s Down Under locations will soon be getting three brand-new burger varieties to call their own, all under the umbrella of "Tastes of America."

The three new sandwiches will come in three different styles, each apparently influenced by different states: There’s the "California," a fried chicken patty topped with a sweet chile lime mayo; the Angus beef "Smoky Texan," topped with a "smoky Texan sauce;" and, finally, the "New York Classic," complete with mustard, mayonnaise, and pickles.

Other non-burger items that are part of the new limited-time-only deal include "Chili Cheese Pops" (similar to jalapeño poppers), ice cream cones, a banana split shake, and a "Roadhouse Brekkie Roll," which is topped with an egg, ham, and grilled onions.


According to the site, these new items could be rolled out as early as this week.