Unusual Meals We Can Order In Fast-Food Abroad
We are used to the idea that fast-food is working the same way in any country, and that we can easily find a traditional burger or some nuggets anywhere we go.
However, some countries’ fast-food restaurants went far beyond the traditional menu which made them famous among the tourists. So what items can you taste only when traveling abroad?
1. Chizza in KFC, Japan
Japanese are well-known for their affection for experiments including experiments with food. No wonder that the local KFC chain has created this meal! And if you thought that chizza is a super-cheesy pizza, you are wrong.
This is a sort of pizza that has a piece of crispy fried chicken instead of crust… Let’s hope that none of those who appreciate the warm, crispy crust will ever have a chance to try this alternative.
2. Sakura drinks at Starbucks, Japan
One more weirdo of the Japanese fast-food chain, only this time it is the famous Starbucks. Being aware of how much Japanese are fond of their culture and traditional tastes of the local cuisine, nobody would probably be surprised to find the line of sakura-flavoured drinks on their menu.
Most of these drinks are served with sakura and cherry sauce blend and include both coffee-based and coffee-free options. Since they are only served during the spring season while the cherries are booming, it’s definitely worth trying those pink and creamy super sweet yummies!
3. Taco Bell Fully Loaded Fries, UK
This dish may look like simple nachos, but in fact, this is something more interesting! It is a portion of spicy seasoned fries with nacho cheesy sauce, seasoned beef, a dollop of sour cream, and some pico de gallo on top.
Looks pretty delicious, so if you’re in the UK or going there soon, we’d recommend visiting this fast-food chain.
4. McDonald’s Italy. Nutella Burger
Who would have an idea of serving burger buns with all Nutella inside? Probably, only Italians who, actually, created this nutty chocolate paste.
So if you’re into really sweet things and you don’t mind a bun stuffed with chocolate paste, welcome to Italy!
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5. Pizza Hut, Australia. Cheeseburger crust pizza
Some of us like thin pizza crust whereas others prefer it to be thick and puffy. But what if we say that one can try pizza made of cheeseburgers?
Yes, you got it right! At the Pizza Hut in Australia, everyone can order their famous Cheeseburger Crust Pizza that is formed around the hamburger patties generously covered with cheese.
6. McDonald’s spaghetti, Philippines
While we associate this fast-food chain with fried chicken nuggets or their famous burgers, nobody would probably even think of ordering spaghetti there. However, in the Philippines, this McSpaghetti with pasta sauce and some cheese is quite a popular option on their menu!
7. KFC Philippines: Double Down Dog,
Despite the name of the dish, it is actually a hot-dog we all know. The only distinction is that the Philippines KFC chain renovated the recipe a bit and used two pieces of chicken instead of a bun.
No, in fact, there are two distinctions: the second one is that the local KFC transformed the original burger dish into a hot-dog version. Pretty creative, huh?
8. Dunkin’ Donuts, China. Pork and Seaweed doughnut
Chinese are known for their affection to unusual tastes, and this option on the local KFC menu is definitely something that’s worth trying.
Do pork and seaweed taste well together? You can only know it if you try those doughnuts!
9. McDonald’s choco fries, Japan
Another creative Japanese culinary experiment can be tried in any Mac restaurant. The traditional fries served with the chocolate sauce may seem weird to someone, but we all know that salty and sweet tastes combine pretty well, right?
So if you’ll ever visit one of these countries, don’t miss the chance to dine in one of these fast-food chains’ restaurants to be able to taste the most unusual offers they have.