Fancy! McDonalds has a new ‘gourmet’ breakfast menu

In case you missed it this week, McDonalds made the announcement that they want to introduce table service to their restaurants.

Not only that, but they are obviously making some serious efforts for their name to be associated with more elegant dining.

Their new ‘gourmet’ breakfast menu has been unveiled for the world to see, and they have included some unexpected items. Sourdough bread and wilted spinach? From McDonalds? Madness.

The menu is currently being tested outside of Brisbane in Austrailia, according to Burger Business.

A ‘Café Breakfast’ inspired string of products include; bacon, chipolata sausage (small pork sausages, FYI), scrambled eggs, grilled tomato, wilted spinach and our favourites Belgian waffles.

There’s also a bacon and egg roll, not just any kind though this is gourmet dining after all. This one comes on a toasted brioche roll with bacon, eggs, spinach and a tomato relish. Yum.

They’re also offering an avocado smash platter that has smashed avocado, spinach, sliced tomato and crumbled feta cheese.

There is rumours of a chorizo and egg brioche roll to be available on the menu. No more double cheeseburgers for the breakfast of champions then?

The upscale food offerings are sure to make the breakfast McMuffins look a little lacking, but it is hard to imagine that fancy spinach and avocados will soon be available via drive-thru but some people are still crying out for an all-day breakfast menu.

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