Skip to comments.18 Awesome Fast Food Items You Can't Get In The US
Posted on 04/28/2014 4:19:59 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Americans are consuming less fast food and causing chains like McDonald's, Burger King and KFC to ramp up their international expansion.
Restaurants have had to come up with some pretty creative menu offerings to cater to local tastes.
We reviewed the menus overseas for a handful of the world's top fast food chains, and compiled some of our favorites. Too bad you can't find them on menus in the U.S.
Pizza Hut's Crown Crust Pizzas
Where: Middle East
What it is: Pizza Hut sells a variety of Crown Crust pizzas with various meats cooked inside the crust, including mini cheeseburgers, chicken filets and hot dogs.
Burger King's Kuro Ninja Burger
What it is: This is one of Burger King Japan's most bizarre offerings. The bun is colored black with bamboo charcoal and inside is a Whopper patty, a hash brown, a ridiculously long slab of thick bacon, lettuce, onions and Chaliapin sauce, which is made of onions and garlic....
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Some of those are wild!
Donor Kebabs. I could live on those.
I've always been partial to good old squid-on-a-stick myself.
What it is: The McSpicy Paneer is a fried curd cheese patty topped with tandoori sauce, red cabbage and lettuce served on a sesame roll.
This one as well:
What it is: McDonald's has branded its Bacon Roll the "breakfast of choice for all bacon lovers." The bacon is sourced from British farms and served on a roll with either ketchup or brown sauce.
It’s hard to believe that chile cheese burgers and nuggets would go over in Austria and Germany.
what kind of donor?
I’d be all over several of those.
Ninja Burger is really strange.
Some of those look great! I would love the Korean bulgogi roll.
Oops. Doner Kebab.
I just bought a bacon bowl.
I am planning to fill it with bacon.
You have to know that Brits like their bacon not as crispy as as most Americans like their bacon. Still good, but I like crispy bacon.
What is it: Nothing at all in the sandwich in order to match the diet of the locals.
Ha ... we’ve been calling it an “Egg McNuthin’ “ for years!
Wild - and some of ‘em look down right yummy....
Looks like it’s time for Moochelle to do an around the world Food tour and get those Foreigners on the Move Your Fat A$$ bandwagon.