McChoco Potato: Chocolate-Covered Fries Coming to McDonald’s Japan

Adriana Paradiso
Photo by McDonald's

So McDonald’s is back to their horrendous ways: starting January 26th and for a limited time, they will be serving up the the McChoco Potato—available only in Japan at participating restaurants.

Classic McDonald’s french fries will be drizzled with white and milk chocolate and is being marketed as a dessert, playing the ‘sweet and salty’ card. We’re certainly not inclined to order it, but we’re intrigued, so send any feedback and photos if you dare to try!

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4 Responses to “McChoco Potato: Chocolate-Covered Fries Coming to McDonald’s Japan”

  1. Actually, fries dipped in chocolate milkshake aren’t bad – so I’d certainly try this!

  2. LeoCastilloPH

    Tried it, much better than I thought! Reminds me a bit of Royce Potato Chips.

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