It sounds like Sponge Bob’s “Krabby Patties” are making their real world debut.
McDonald’s restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area are currently testing a new menu item: the McDonald’s Crab Sandwich. Made with Snow Crab meat on a sliced sourdough bun, this local favorite is being served in four restaurants in San Jose.
The Crab Sandwich features crab meat mixed with diced celery and seasoned mayo dressing, served on a bed of romaine lettuce and tomato slices on a toasted sourdough bun, brushed with herbed butter. The McDonald’s Crab Sandwich is part of a continuing trend to experiment with regional flavors and local Bay Area tastes. McDonald’s of the Greater Bay Area worked with chef and TV personality Ryan Scott to develop the Crab Sandwich.
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Pending positive customer feedback, the Crab Sandwich will be available at nearly 250 McDonald’s restaurants across the San Francisco Bay Area later this year.
Maybe we can get a White River “McCarp” here in Indy?
SOURCE: McDonald’s of the Greater Bay Area