Many of us think that food offered by international fastfood chains are all the same in the different countries where they operate. In fact, a lot of people think that when they’re in the U.S., they will find all variants of their favorite fastfood there.
But it’s now always the case. Some serve unique variants only available in a specific country using ingredients abundant in that place.
Here are some of the food not available in the U.S. and you will only be able to taste them when you visit a particular country.
McDonald’s Big Mac in the U.S. has a bigger counterpart in the United Arab Emirates. It’s called the Mega Mac. Mega because instead of the usual two all-beef patties of the Big Mac, this UAE version boasts of four layers of beef patties sandwiched between three buns.
Fans of Dunkin Donuts looking for some meat will surely be interested in China’s dry pork and seaweed variant.
Instead of the sweet fillings and icing, this Chinese version is topped with dehydrated and powdered pork and lots of seaweed.
KFC Australia, for its part, offers a different kind of burger. Its Tower Burger boasts of not just a chicken patty but a hash brown as well assembled together with cheese, lettuce, tomato sauce and sweet mayonnaise.
In India, American chain Subway offers real veggie options. Its Veg Sami features a kebab that makes use of garlic, lentils and onions in a sandwich using fresh bread.
Wendy’s in Japan has also created its nacho version of fries. Called the Nacho Fries, it is a serving of fries topped with chili, cheese, guacamole and jalapeno peppers.