New McTasters from McDonald’s Canada

McDonald’s Canada has a couple of new sandwiches called McTasters.  They’re described as “perfectly sized for a snack or side to your meal” and are priced at $2.99.  McTastersThe Greek McTasters features 100% Canadian beef patty topped with Mediterranean Olive sauce, red onion, leaf lettuce and a tomato slice on an herb-topped artisan bun. The Italian McTasters features a Junior Chicken patty topped with parmesan cheese flakes, leaf lettuce, a tomato slice, and creamy Parmesan and Italian herb sauce on an herb-topped artisan bun.

8 comments on “New McTasters from McDonald’s Canada

  1. Justin ST says:

    Please don’t tease us like this. Currently, we are stuck with Buttermilk Chicken sandwiches and mozzarella sticks, while Canada gets all kinds of cool stuff. Plus, they have Harvey’s.

    That’s not right.

  2. Sascha says:

    They sound good. Pricey, even if it is Canada, but good. But i want the Italian with the burger patty.

  3. Bubbsy says:

    I’m not trying to be funny or anything…. but the name of the sandwich is going to cause me to not order it. I just don’t want to ask for a Mctasty. For the same reason I never ordered Satisfries from BK, ha. I feel like these burger joints are having a laugh with these names. I just won’t give in and say these things out loud.

  4. BigBelly says:

    “perfectly sized side to your meal”

    I don’t really crave a side of chicken sandwich with my burger

  5. Robert says:

    What an abysmal name. McDonald’s usually does a lot of things wrong (their radio ads are so consistently obnoxious I can recognize a new one within seconds) but usually the bad names are left to Burger King. BK Toppers, anyone?

    Anyway, these look kinda interesting but pairing “premium” ingredients with a tiny beef patty or a chicken “patty” (looks different from our McChicken but I’m guessing it’s similar) is a headscratcher.

  6. […] The sandwiches, called McTasters, are smaller than the chain’s regular burgers and they come in two different varieties: Greek and Italian, Grub Grade reports. […]

  7. PT says:

    $3 CAD equates to about $2 USD, so basically you’re paying $2 for a slider from McDonalds. No matter how good they taste, I wouldn’t pay $2 for something that’s going to be gone in two bites from McDonald’s. I LOVE McDonald’s, but that’s just not worth it.

  8. […] reported by Grub Grade, McDonald’s Canada have released two new burgers called The Greek McTaster and The […]

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