McDonald’s Hong Kong is about to ruin your diet by releasing two new ramen-flavored “Shake Shake Fries” over the next month.
The fast food chain has joined forces with Nissin to introduce instant noodle-seasoned fries in two flavors: black garlic pork broth (from February 27) and sesame oil (from March 21).
The addictive seasoning comes separate from the fries and is shaken in a paper bag, Design Taxi noted via Insider.
Your order also comes with a limited edition “Demae Iccho Japanese Ceramic Tableware Set” for $98 Hong Kong dollars ($12.49).
The Nissin Tonkotsu Flavored Shaker Fries is part of a Japanese-themed launch called “Taste of Japan,” which also includes two burgers — Miyazaki-styled Nanban Chicken Burger and Nagoya-styled Miso Pork Cutlet Burger, according to Must Share News.
Wash all that fast food down with a cold White Grape Soda with Nata De Coco.
For dessert, McDonald’s will be unveiling the pineapple pie on March 21 as well.
To enjoy the ramen-inspired spuds, customers simply have to upsize their meals to get the powder flavoring with their fries.