McDonald’s Is Testing the Country’s First Fast Food Crab Sandwich

Getting a head start on the coming Lent season, McDonald’s is testing a new Crab Sandwich  — the first fast-food crab sandwich — at four locations in California’s Bay Area, the Mercury News reports.

The sandwich features snow crab blended with seasoned mayo and diced celery and topped with sliced tomato and romaine lettuce atop an herb-butter sourdough bun, and was created by Bay Area chef, restaurateur and “Top Chef” contestant Ryan Scott.

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McDonald’s Crab Sandwich is currently available at three locations in San Jose (2191 Monterey Road, 2699 Union Avenue and 4838 San Felipe Road) and one in Santa Clara (3509 Homestead Road).

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If successful, it’s expected to expand to some 250 Bay Area McDonald’s by late this year.

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