The golden arches of McDonald’s has always been associated with dependable, easy fast-food. Until now.
One chef is taking a dig at haute cuisine by dressing up junk food items like pop tarts and hot dogs and making them look pretty on a pristine white plate. Take popular McD’s burger Filet-O-Fish for instance, which is barely recognisable in its new form – a breaded fish fillet topped with spheres of tartar sauce and swirls of French fry-puree on the side.
(Related: Read our feature on plating as an embodiment of Singapore’s evolving dining scene in the last 50 years.)
Here, we pick out 6 of @chefjacqueslamerde creations: