McDonald’s Tests New Crab Sandwich In San Francisco Bay Area

McDonald's Tests New Crab Sandwich In San Francisco Bay Area
McDonald's Tests New Crab Sandwich In San Francisco Bay Area

McDonald’s comes out of their shell with the introduction of the new Crab Sandwich at select test locations in the San Francisco Bay Area. The test follows on the heels of another area favorite, Gilroy Garlic Fries, which it tested rather successfully in the Greater Bay Area back in early 2016.

The Crab Sandwich features real Snow Crab meat mixed with diced celery and seasoned mayo dressing, served atop a bed of romaine lettuce and tomato slices, all sandwiched between a toasted sourdough bun that gets lathered with herbed butter.

The new sandwich is currently being served at just four restaurants in San Jose, California. However, if the new product tests well, McDonald’s said the Crab Sandwich will be made available at as many as 250 locations across the San Francisco Bay Area later this year.

McDonald’s of the Greater Bay Area developed the crab sandwich in partnership with chef and TV personality Ryan Scott.

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