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Mcdonald’s Strange Menu Around the World

by Blessie Adlaon on 19/07/07 at 6:52 am

So you think you know the McDonald’s menu like the back of your hand? Think again. From McDonald’s international, here are some menu items you have probably never tried before.

Good morning, welcome to McDonald’s. May I have your order please?

INDIA

In India, there are no Big Macs because the Hindu people don’t eat beef.

However, they have the Maharaja Mac, which is a Big Mac made of lamb or chicken meat. There is also a vegetarian burger, the McAloo Tikki.

GERMANY

It’s bottoms up in Germany, where McDonald’s serves – Beer!

CANADA

In parts of Canada, have a lobster dinner with the McLobster lobster roll. Pardon me – “McHomard” (in French).

JAPAN

Japan totally reinvents McDonald’s with its Ebi Filet-O (shrimp burgers), Koroke Burger (mashed potato, cabbage and katsu sauce, all in a sandwich), Ebi-Chiki (shrimp nuggets) and Green Tea-flavored milkshake!

NORWAY

In fish-loving Norway, they have the McLaks, a sandwich made of grilled salmon and dill sauce.

CHILE

In Chile, you can dress your burgers with – not ketchup – avocado paste!

COSTA RICA

In Costa Rica, unsurprisingly, you can order Gallo Pinto, meaning rice and beans.

GREECE

It’s not Greek without pita, so when in Greece, have a Greek Mac, a burger made of patties wrapped in pita.

HONG KONG

Rice-loving Hong Kong, has – of course – Rice Burgers, where the burgers are in between, not burger buns, but two patties of glutinous rice.

ISRAEL

Despite Jewish religious dietary laws, most McDonald’s are not Kosher (there are a few exceptions), and they serve “McPitzutz” ice creams and cheeseburgers… and Israel is one of the only countries that cooks the meat over charcoal versus frying. They also have the McKebab, two patties with Middle Eastern seasonings, stuffed into a pita bread.

URUGUAY

In Uruguay, they have the McHuevo, which is like a regular hamburger, but it is topped with a poached egg.

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Bryant

Jul 19th, 2007

We have the McLobster Rolls here in Maine too…

Dustin

Jul 19th, 2007

Why is the sign for Israel in Arabic and why does it say McArabia?

Kerry

Jul 19th, 2007

Arabs live in Israel too, that’s why the sign is in Arabic.

mind

Jul 19th, 2007

i’m glad mcdonalds in the us doesn’t have anything vegetarian, else there might be a slight chance i’d eat their trash

Homer

Jul 19th, 2007

D’Oh McBeer!

MMMMMMM,
,
,

overstim

Jul 19th, 2007

McD’s in Kuwait has the McArabia as well… and a Chicken Big Mac. The biggest surprise to me though, was the old-skool styrofoam clamshells!

http://picasaweb.google.com/alex.kaloostian/Kuwait/photo#5041379755149904610

bob

Jul 19th, 2007

You are vegetarian, hahaha

Seth

Jul 19th, 2007

I think the point was that if it was in Israel it would probably be in both Hebrew, Arabic and English. Not being in Hebrew would also make me suspect that the picture in question is actually from a McDonalds in an Arab country such as Saudi Arabia who would probably be much more excited to have a McArabia samich with Authentic Arabic Taste, although I’ve never been able to figure out what an authentic Arab taste’s like.

Techwolf

Jul 19th, 2007

I’ve been to a McDonalds in Venice. I had the Pulp-Fiction-made-famous Royale with Cheese. I seem to remember a McHotDog on the menu though.

Also managed to get to a McDonalds in Ireland where they offered a McPork sandwich.

Jizzabelle

Jul 19th, 2007

Its sad that you do not know that there are Arabic people in Israel… Just turn on the news. Better yet! Use the exact same internet that you just used to view this to actually EDUCATE yourself. God Bless USA and UK

Naomi

Jul 19th, 2007

Hey, I’m in Israel. They DO have the McShwarma, which is lamb, but those products in the images are NOT israeli. There ARE three kosher mcdonalds’s, but also a few dozen non-kosher ones, where all these products are also served. The non-kosher ones are far more popular.

There’s no McArabia here. The menus here are in english and hebrew. Also, there’s the McKabab.

Frankly, I usually order the nuggets and a cheeseburger. If I want traditional middle-eastern faire, I don’t usually go to a fast food corporation.


Naomi in Jerusalem, Israel

mIDO

Jul 19th, 2007

in spain serves beer too

yank4251

Jul 19th, 2007

But what about the Royale with cheese?

Naomi

Jul 19th, 2007

And Dustin-Hater… yeesh.

Zeb

Jul 19th, 2007

What about McDonalds in Australia where they have the McOz (or at least they did 7 years ago) with pineapple, beets and carrots on it!

yank4251

Jul 19th, 2007

Yup. Very popular here. Most israelis don’t keep kosher.

Juanjo

Jul 19th, 2007

You got wrong the country for the “Menu McPollo Junior con guacamole” because here in Chile we don’t say guacamole, we say “palta” when we want to refer to avocado.

mutmut

Jul 19th, 2007

i live in kuwait and we get the mcarabia here too…its basically grilled chicken or beef in pita bread… its all over the middle east not just israel

mutmut

Jul 19th, 2007

No McArabia in Israel. The article is wrong.

desa2117

Jul 19th, 2007

in portugal the sale beer too at mc donalds

bubba

Jul 19th, 2007

In the Philippines, Mcd’s also serves fried chicken and spagetti. They even deliver!

Dout

Jul 19th, 2007

In New Mexico They ask if you want green chili on your cheeseburgers

Sticky rice

Jul 19th, 2007

I am quite positive that the sticky rice burger was from Thailand

jod

Jul 19th, 2007

hahah ignorant, thats not israel, its an arabic country, i really doubt that israel would have its menu in arabic.

bullcrab

Jul 19th, 2007

in Hong Kong they still have the old fried apple pies.. mmmmmmm

noizz

Jul 19th, 2007

There is a sandwich called WieśMac in Poland. With some mayo dressing if I remember (not a big fan of it). What’s important is that the name is a word play on Wieśniak (which is equvalent to a redneck) and obviously the Mac suffix.

jomatotu.de

Jul 19th, 2007

in québec, canada they sell “poutine” a national speciality made of fries, bbq sauce and cheese

a guy

Jul 19th, 2007

its sad to know that mcdonalds has poluted the bodies of everyone…everywhere

cyabro

Jul 19th, 2007

Here in New Zealand we have the Kiwi Burger.
Just a hamburger with salad, beetroot and an egg on it.

Perro

Jul 19th, 2007

The guacamole one (avocado paste) is mexican, not chilean. Check the currency and the price of the burger.

Zumbie

Jul 19th, 2007

In Brazil Mcd´s have McPastel.

makkoli

Jul 19th, 2007

Kimchi burgers in Korea!

Carla

Jul 19th, 2007

In Peru you can also dress your burgers with guacamole (avocado paste)

overtoke

Jul 19th, 2007

mcdonalds food is packaged puke

Calvin

Jul 19th, 2007

In Soviet Russia, the burger eats you!

some dude

Jul 19th, 2007

For some reason the Chicken McNuggets from McDonalds in Japan taste way better than Chicken McNuggets from a Mcdonald’s in the US.

BavarianBastard

Jul 19th, 2007

Actually, McDonald’s in Germany doesn’t have beer anymore. However, Burger King does. Too bad it’s Miller, though. Who would get a Miller in the land of incredible Bier?

eru

Jul 19th, 2007

the only thing i eat is the sausage biscuit w/ egg and cheese and the occasional drunken double cheez. I would tear up a mcGreek though…..

eru

Jul 19th, 2007

THEY ONLY HAVE MILLER IN GERMAN BURGER KING?!?!?!?!?!
Zu was die ist Welt, die kommt?!?!?!?!?

beefpot

Jul 19th, 2007

MILLER? That’s just a freaking travesty. Sick. I’m disgusted. Oh my God, kill me now.

James

Jul 19th, 2007

New Zealand MacDonald’s put pickled beat in their burgers.

Brandon

Jul 19th, 2007

Also, in Hawaii they have McTaro Pie, taro is the plant they make poi from. (yes, it’s purple!)

eru

Jul 19th, 2007

Here in Chicago they have McWhatsits, a steamy, greasy amalgamation of whatever they scrape off the floor in the back. (AKA #7 breakfast platter) Only 4000 calories, yum!

ps I live 2 minutes from where the Great Mr. Crock’s mansion is (used to be after R. Kelly completely redid it) Now that’s a house, or fortress whatever u wanna call it

boof

Jul 19th, 2007

the Ebi-filet-o is a bit rough… had one last month in Tokyo… I’d call it the McKrill Deluxe. Cuz the shrimp aint shrimp… pretty sure its krill. And the sauce is like from a shrimp louie. Eck…. Avoid the TeriyakiMac as well… Mayo+Teriyaki = gooey crap.

eru

Jul 19th, 2007

mmmmmmm, krill

carlos

Jul 19th, 2007

You forgot the Mcspaghetti in the philippines
oh mcdo too

klu9

Jul 19th, 2007

I remember when I was in Taiwan (yeaaarrsss ago) the McDonald’s menu had a whole section of pork products. It would be a very brave fast-food entrepreneur who tried to deny a hungry Chinaman the flesh of the tasty, tasty pig. :)

Anonymous

Jul 19th, 2007

I am currently vacationing in Hong Kong and I see no such thing as the rice burger. This article is wrong.

Roger

Jul 19th, 2007

In Australia they have a McBogan Burger that has two beef patties, cheese, fried corn, lettus, a chicken fillet, mashed potatoe, egg, beetroot, onions, tomatoe, salami and a couple of big steaming grogans.

.

Jul 19th, 2007

the rice burger was on for a limited time about several years ago….they even had a Korean and Japanese inspired menu in HK because people there are into Jap and Korean culture

Berk Smish

Jul 19th, 2007

Hey, that picture from “Uruguay” really isn’t. The Uruguayan Peso (UYU) wouldn’t have a price in Malaysian Ringgits.. On another note, Malaysian McDonald’s have some crazy stuff like McBubur Ayam (some kind of congee). And the picture of the McArabia is not from Israel, otherwise it would be written in Hebrew (the official language). Anyway, good job at multiculturalism, McDonald’s; now I really believe you care about people .

elcue

Jul 19th, 2007

don’t they serve corn soup in Taiwan?

sinusss

Jul 19th, 2007

we have rice burgers here in the philippines…

bodongo

Jul 19th, 2007

I live in the Congo and we have McHuman which is a tasty white person roasted on a spit and then put between two buns, monkey buns

pogi

Jul 19th, 2007

I think the image of JAPAN is wrong…it’s chinese’s.Kanji characters of package is definitely chinese.

Jeff

Jul 19th, 2007

err…Japan uses Kanji too.

Anteros

Jul 19th, 2007

I’m from Chile and we call the avocado PALTA not Guacamole as suggested in the picture.

That one is from Mexico, not Chile.

Most popular sandwich around here is the Italiano (hot dog, with hamburguer, meat or anything) which has Tomato, Avocado and Mayonnaise, resembling the colors from Italy Flag.

HongKonger

Jul 19th, 2007

For those of you that say the article is wrong about the Rice Burger, IT”S TRUE! It was a limited time item on the menu in HK, I lived there and I’ve had this burger several times. It is the yummy. =)

steveebee

Jul 19th, 2007

in australia we have this homestlye one that just came out called the “name it” and it tastes like a real burger, not like those other ones. it scrumdidalyumcious!

wangchan

Jul 19th, 2007

We also have the Rice Burgers here in the Philippines.

Interesting urban legend: The filling of McD’s apple pies sold in the Phils. are actually made of sayote/chayote marinated in apple sauce and syrup, to cut costs.

For anyone who hasn’t tried a chayote, it’s a gourd plant (related to the squash) which has a texture similar to that of an apple or pear. It’s also relatively tasteless, hence the need for the apple sauce.

Well, again, this is an urban legend, which hasn’t been confirmed one way or the other. interestingly enough, i don’t recall seeing any signs proclaiming McD’s apple pies to be made of 100% apples, so… ;D

cheesygarcia

Jul 19th, 2007

in the philippines they also have “longganisa meal”, which is spicy sausage with rice. oh and they serve rice with fried chicken as well.

seitrk

Jul 19th, 2007

great post! dont forget to add the Russian huge bigmac!
and the japanese pic above is not actually japanese, it’s taiwanese(i guess).

Mc'Arabia

Jul 20th, 2007

I don’t live in Israel, itss my cousin: Mc’Shawarma that lives there.

El Pikante

Jul 20th, 2007

In Munich they serve El Pikante, which is essentially their hamburger patties mashed into a steak form. It is served on a pita with sour cream and some sort of hot sauce.

cvs

Jul 20th, 2007

In The Netherlands we have the McKroket, a bun with mayonaise sauce and a burger-shaped kroket between it.

eagle

Jul 20th, 2007

>overstim,

These are available there due to the lack of hippies and their mentality in Kuwait and the Arabian Gulf region in general compared to what we have in the US. You’ll also note that they keep the food warm and fresh and make it taste much better than the crap paper packages which I’ve seen in Europe and America.

SweetieRach

Jul 20th, 2007

I was wondering how come Uruguay’s currency is RM. In fact, it’s Uruguayan Peso (UYU). Maybe that picture is Malaysia MacDonald; the Malaysian currency is in RM (Ringgit Malaysia).

Paul Gifford

Jul 20th, 2007

You little comment in the Canadian section (Pardon me – “McHomard”) is insulting and shows your ignorance.

madspace.co.uk

Jul 20th, 2007

This just inspires to go off and tour the world’s mcdomalds resteraunts and blog about the differences all over the place!

Or create a blog about McDonald’s around the world and people could contribute whatever is unique.

Very cool!

Mads

Jul 20th, 2007

in Japan, don’t forget the mega terriyaki and the extra large (four beef!) big mac.

hoogabooger

Jul 20th, 2007

Mickey D’s tends to approach the locals just a bit to increase their sales… Around here they try to sell espresso coffee (McCafé)along with local pastry and light wholesome healthy McSOUP!

Raj

Jul 20th, 2007

I am a hindu and I eat beef. Only some castes, like the Brahmins, under the hindu religion do not eat beef. So next time you see an Indian, it is OK to ask them if they eat meat.

I’m gonna get me somma them beef burgers now..y’all take it easy..ok..

Fat Free Milk

Jul 20th, 2007

But why do they sell Ox Scrotum for the collectors like here?

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfg…..freemilk75

I miss Bacon, but not McDonalds bacon.

Anonymous

Jul 20th, 2007

they dont have veg burgers elsewhere ?

Smiz

Jul 20th, 2007

In Britain we have the Angus Burger….or was that Burger King all the same greasy crap to me. Essentially the Angus burger was just a burger but was actually made out of a cow instead of assorted animals.

mballe

Jul 20th, 2007

During a visit to Bangkok, I saw that McDonalds had Apple Pies with Strawberry for sale :-)

Shiv

Jul 20th, 2007

Unlike Raj, Iam not Brahmin and I don’t eat beef. Just wanted to clarify that my type people also exist in India, who btw also don’t talk like blacks all the time ;)

kidchameleon

Jul 20th, 2007

in japan i had a mcteriyaki burger, it was pretty good

Buffaloed

Jul 20th, 2007

How about here in the USA? Try to find just an ordinary Hamburger on their menu. Plus you can’t get a freshly made burger – all precooked and then nuked when you order.

fooooyuck

Jul 20th, 2007

wot about weird mcdonald’s menus in thailand?

Peter K.

Jul 20th, 2007

Why don’t we put the McKibosh on this and enjoy what we all have instead of cutting other people down.

poultrybot

Jul 20th, 2007

In Thailand in 1998 I photographed a McD’s sign for a “Samurai Pork Set.” I have absolutely no clue what it was.

Erock

Jul 20th, 2007

I think the Maharaja Mac looks very appealing [Yes, I'm serious and no, I'm not being facetious!]

Nick

Jul 20th, 2007

To the people hating on the McVegetarian choices, calling them “trash”, thus implying the “meat” is…I don’t know meat; the irony is laughable.

S

Jul 20th, 2007

In Romania there are McPork Sandwiches, which I had never seen before in the US.

jan

Jul 20th, 2007

We have the McEgg in Germany, too.

phil

Jul 20th, 2007

yummy, india….

JB

Jul 20th, 2007

Those rice patty burgers from Hong Kong are WICKED GOOD! A similar sandwich exists at Dicos, a Chinese-based fast food chain. They call it the “mi han bao,” or “rice hamburger.” Great article!

brian

Jul 20th, 2007

In Sweden, they serve cous-cous and beer!

Rob

Jul 20th, 2007

First of all, Isreal IS an arabian country (along with Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Kuwait, Pakistan, Afghanistan). So please stop trying to act like they are 2 different places. Just because the rest of the arabian countries hate isreal, for whatever asssinine reason, doesn’t mean that isrealis are not arabs.
Second, palastinians are a group of people. Saying Palastine is a place is like saying the Aryan Nation is a place.
Third, the picture under the Isreal part is to represent the difference between the middle eastern REGION compared to other places in the world. No where does it say that the McArabia whatever is sold in Isreal…you all are connecting the two AS IF someone made such a claim. The part about Isreal clearly states that they have the McShawarma thing.

And to think that all of the problems in that part of the world are because of peoples’ varying beliefs in fictional supernatural entities.

Rob

Jul 20th, 2007

basically, the problem in the middle east is that no one pays attention to anyone else and makes assumtions that clearly contradict reality. And then you fight over it. Then it becomes like a pissing contest with no one willing to back down. Even in here, a bunch of people are getting aggressively argumentative over whether they sell a particular sandwich in a certain place….WHO CARES??? If as much energy wasted fighting was put toward making peace, the rest of the world wouldn’t get a damn headache hearing about a bunch of babies squabbling over nothing.

Spam

Jul 20th, 2007

Don’t forget about the Hawaii/Guam Menu with Your choice of Spam and Fried Rice. And I believe Guam has the second or third largest McDonalds in the world. Orlando is the largest.

maine

Jul 20th, 2007

Most people think Maine is in Canada. Lobster rolls are awesome!

jzsworld

Jul 20th, 2007

In El Salvador, french fries are made out of yucca, which in my opinion taste better than potato french fries. Fried yucca is sold everywhere in El Salvador and is a local favorite.

Paulo

Jul 20th, 2007

Rob: it takes more than geography to define an arabic country. Hebrews and arabs have the same cultural origin: they both are semites, and that’s it. Most saudits are arabs, most iranians are persian and most israelits are hebrews. Israelits don’t belong to the arabic peninsula or the arabic league. They don’t share the same idiom or religious beliefs with arabs. Those are the main criterium to define arab people.

Ian

Jul 20th, 2007

“Avocado paste,” lol.

Wins

Jul 20th, 2007

The Rice Burger in Hong Kong actually is officially called “FANtastic”, because the word for rice in Chinese is “FAN”.

Quite clever from the marketing department, I must admit.

haha

Jul 20th, 2007

There is one thats common across McDs all around the world though – THEY ALL MAKE U FAT!

speedy

Jul 20th, 2007

No more McHuevo here in Uruguay. Too bad, It teasted great!

Monson

Jul 20th, 2007

For Dustin:
The McArabia is served in Egypt. It comes in either Kofta or Chicken varieties. People who think Dustin is ignorant are clearly more ignorant than he.

nat.

Jul 20th, 2007

i love that mcdonalds adapts to suit other cultures but MAYBE i would like a frickin pita mac or whatever that was so maybe every mcdonalds should just have everything.

Aaron

Jul 20th, 2007

NOT all the sandwiches in Hong Kong McDonald’s have rice patties instead of buns. That is FALSE.

Shintia

Jul 20th, 2007

There’s McRendang and McSatay in Singapore! Curry sauce, tar tar sauce are served too…

Steve Savage

Jul 20th, 2007

I hate to say this, but most of that stuff looks downright DELICIOUS!

McDonald’s food in the USA is horrible! Figures the overseas folks would enjoy more variety in McDonald’s food than America.

Hip

Jul 21st, 2007

These comments are way more informative that the article! You learn something everyday…;)

Literary Princess

Jul 21st, 2007

That was great. Thank you for that information.

Holy

Jul 21st, 2007

mmmmmmmmm we dont have McLobster in Quebec – Canada

barry

Jul 21st, 2007

in belgium we dont really need mc donalds , we have “frituren” here , you can get french fries , all kinds of burgers and fried meat variants so, and the fries are a thousand times better , because you need to have a license to start a frituur and you don’t let them make by bored young people :) ,

k8inhawaii

Jul 21st, 2007

In Hawaii we have Taro Pies. Like the apple pie but filled with Taro (kinda like a sweet potato)

Paulo

Jul 21st, 2007

Everything Mr.138 had written tells us way more about himself than about the ones he intended to describe. It’s allways like this, when the arguments are so primitive. So primitive that one can’t even consider him imbecile.

goober

Jul 21st, 2007

It is excellent to see all the variety of interesting food at McDonald’s from around the world, but it is indeed a sad day when Switzerland can’t make a chocolate milkshake. In Switzerland they stopped severing chocolate milkshakes at McDonald’s because they never could add the right amount of chocolate to the milkshake. Amazing the country of chocolate and cheese can’t make a chocolate milkshake. Oh well at least you can have one of the world’s most expensive Big Macs.

Amanda

Jul 21st, 2007

Swiss McDonalds (well, at least the one in Lucerne) also serve wedges which I thought was pretty cool.

Gomer Pyle

Jul 21st, 2007

In Hawaii they have Saimin (like Ramen noodles) with egg, and spam (if I remeber correctly). Very good!

In Guam they had “Chamoro Punch” instead of “Hawaiin Punch”. REALLY!

In Japan they also used to have the BMB (Bacon Mac Burger). The food in Mc Donalds outside of the US seems to be much better than here at home. I don’t remember anything ’special’ in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mexico or Taiwan. I didn’t see any golden arches in Iraq.

Jack

Jul 22nd, 2007

Actually Mike, most Iranians speak and read Arabic for religious purposes but ethnically they are Persians, not Arabs. (And they speak Pharsi as well as Arabic.)

Most Muslims don’t believe in translating their scriptures into the vernacular, so they only way to read their holy book is to learn Arabic. But that doesn’t make one an Arab.

And while I love all the high-minded calls for a Palestinian state on this thread, perhaps the Palestinians shouldn’t get their own state until they can collectively agree to stop blowing up children on buses.

Or, and here’s a off the wall thought, perhaps they should at least get Hamas and Fatah stop shotting each other and show a united, peaceful, mature front.

Hey- if you want the Global Village to give you your own hut, you gotta quit playing with matches and scaring the neighbor’s kids.

David

Jul 22nd, 2007

Y’all, ignorance IS bliss…ALL of you…

Sandeep

Jul 22nd, 2007

just one correction….

Not all Indians are Hindu
Not all Hindus are veggies
Lot of Hindus eat beef.
and that includes me too. :)

ix3honey

Jul 22nd, 2007

I wish they had these in the usa. Then there would be more variety instead of the usual bigmac and cheeseburger. But then again, its probably not even that healthy. MAybe instead of going to mcdonalds, maybe you could cook for yourself?

alessandra

Jul 22nd, 2007

the photo from the uruguay part is actually a picture from a malaysian mcdonalds. u can tell from the currency RM. I think they have the mcegg on their breakfast menu. rm 1.70 is less than US$0.50

Alec

Jul 22nd, 2007

We have the Spam and Eggs Breakfast in Hawaii

Guest

Jul 22nd, 2007

Fryes!

Naraniva

bigfoot

Jul 22nd, 2007

some weird stuff….

coco jumbo

Jul 22nd, 2007

malaysians eat McD…?

Wolfie!

Jul 23rd, 2007

Mcdonalds tried an Aussie burger in Australia, but got it wrong by adding that crappy pickle nobody likes. A real Aussie burger contains a couple of slices of beetroot and a fried egg!

Walid

Jul 23rd, 2007

every heard of MC Currey in Pakistan

Tout1Hom

Jul 23rd, 2007

hehe

I’m sure its same around the world… 1 hr after eating yur mcdo, your in the bathroom to process it…

=)

gyru7

Jul 23rd, 2007

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

Others

Jul 23rd, 2007

Don’t forget Poutine in Quebec where it actually is quite good.

mmmm

Jul 23rd, 2007

when is McSushi coming out?

KIWIBURGUER

Jul 23rd, 2007

We have KIWIBURGUER from New Zealand!

NIk

Jul 23rd, 2007

The picture in of “israel” mac is not from israel :) :)
It even say MAC ARABIA !!!

since this mistake is done again and again i am not suprise that some ppl here think that israel is an arab country that only arab letters and no hebrew can be in an add for macdonalds :) LOL.

Anki

Jul 24th, 2007

In Finland we had burgers with rye bread.. :P

Hurl

Jul 24th, 2007

I think I’m going to be sick in about 50 languages.

Javi

Jul 24th, 2007

There is a Kosher Mac in Buenos Aires. I think iots the only one outside Israel. Is there any in NY?

scott

Jul 24th, 2007

I like pancakes

Sorry Japanese Only

Jul 24th, 2007

Japan’s Image is wrong.
Please see below.
http://images.google.co.jp/images?q=ebi+filet-o

some.dude

Jul 24th, 2007

Yeah, Japan’s image is showing Chinese. But all Asians are the same right? Good job Trifter, whoever you are. Trifter is “dedicated to providing you with the highest quality travel oriented content on the web.” Right.

(@70, Japanese has something called katakana to write foreign words like “McDonalds”).

mamasteff

Jul 24th, 2007

Morocco will throw in the “McSahara” every once in a while – change the bun, add a little spice to the sauce… and yes, the old fashioned fried pies are better. They changed the pies to “baked” to make them healthier and yet… who is going to McDonald’s to buy a healthy dessert???

Bill W.

Jul 24th, 2007

I’ve eaten McDonalds completely around the Pacific Rim, and Southern Europe. The one distinct difference is the quality of the “hamburger” (not always) meat. It tastes different every place you go. The fries NEVER taste the same as they do in the US though. In Singapore, the Hunan/Peking/and whatever other Chinese provinces-Style ‘Extra Value Meals’ were quite amusing.

stickcandy

Jul 24th, 2007

There are also rice burgers in the Philippines.

wak

Jul 24th, 2007

hmm during chinese new year in Malaysia they have the prosperity burger, try it out. oval + beef @ chicken patties + black pepper sauce. I like

mmmmmmm

Jul 24th, 2007

i like big macs

anonymous

Jul 24th, 2007

OMG! this must be bringing in loads of income!

(im so sorry, but i couldnt resist posting that…)

Jack Legg

Jul 24th, 2007

I be livin’ in Kansas and we have anti-sematic burgers. Oh, and we have pop, too.

#182

Jul 24th, 2007

McDonalds will one day bring about world peace as we all share in the glory of French Fries. I hereby nominate Ronald McDonald to head the United Nations. All in favor say yes, All in favor say no. FYI-The best Big Mac I had ever was in France! So were the Fries…Ironic.

Chompa

Jul 25th, 2007

I was in Ukraine for about a month a couple years back. They had the McRoyal (not sure how to spell that in English, the sign was Russian). The burgers tasted horrible, but the fries were okay. Also – I found that they had a pie that I didn’t recognize. I found someone that translated it as “Woodberry”. Not sure what the heck that is, but it was good too.

2kool

Jul 25th, 2007

pretty funky menu from around the globe it shows that even a fast food restaurant giant knows how to make money from different parts of the world :) , but me personally i don’t have MC D’s, if i am gonna have fast food once in a blue moon, i go for Burger King!

Nogo

Jul 25th, 2007

What’s with this “beetroot?” You Aussies mean “beet?”

Kooler

Jul 25th, 2007

In Sweden we got McBums, made out of bums dat fall asleep at the wrong place, its tasty with sum mayo,sum cheese, onion,lettuce n a big fat slice of bacon ;)

Tim

Jul 26th, 2007

Lobster rolls in parts of Massachusetts too. Actually pretty good for the price.

from japan

Jul 26th, 2007

japanese pic is wrong.
Packages waitress have are not used in japanese McDonalds.
Japanese McDonalds uses not kanji but english and katakana(see @171) on package.

Nancy

Jul 26th, 2007

I just don’t get why anyone would travel around the world and eat in a McDonalds? Sure, it’s fine to go every now and then, but in other countries there are so many more interesting and authentic choices.

I ate in a McDonalds in London, because of a time crunch once (going to see a play) and it felt like it could be anywhere, even with some differences in the menu. Although, I think I see some better choices elsewhere.

jew york

Jul 26th, 2007

i was just in romania and hungary last month, and aside from the food actually being larger (the sandwiches) they also offer “exotic” flavoured fruit pies, milkshakes and sundaes. which is a sort of mango, pineapple, passionfruit mix. i wish they’d bring it to the us!

they also offer a tuna salad and sort of coleslaw salad but with a vinegar dressing instead of mayo.

Zero

Jul 27th, 2007

OMG so thats why mc donalds are makin huge amounts holey …. i never new it was in israel Bloody hell

Gail Nobles

Jul 27th, 2007

Great info!

Heimar Ungerer

Jul 27th, 2007

I did not think it was so great.

Will

Jul 27th, 2007

And in Africa we eat dead pig and cows on our burgers..

wb

Jul 27th, 2007

On Guam, we have portugese sausage and eggs breakfast, I think they have them in Hawaii too.

Sqoobz

Jul 28th, 2007

Why dont you guys go and eat some real food.

Thank gawd McDs is actually closing restaurants all over the world as they become less popular outside the US :D

hi

Jul 28th, 2007

i don’t know about in other parts of the world, but in Europe, McD’s doesn’t use trans fats or artificial sugar. so, while it may not be the healthiest choice, in Europe it’s far healthier than in the US.

Frank

Jul 28th, 2007

In hawaii theres a spam sandwich. I think its actually called a spamwich. I didnt believe it either til i saw it last week.

wesley willis

Jul 29th, 2007

in some small towns where there are no dominoes or pizza hut, mcdonalds serves pizzas

I love mcdonalds
mcdonalds will make you fat
mcdonalds has big macs
Rock and roll mcdonalds!
Rock and roll mcdonalds!
Rock and roll mcdonalds!

Anonymous

Jul 29th, 2007

i don’t know about in other parts of the world, but in Europe, McD’s doesn’t use trans fats or artificial sugar. so, while it may not be the healthiest choice, in Europe it’s far healthier than in the US.

I doubt it
US has cut beef tallow frying out for trans fat benefits
and serves white 100% white meat chicken which most other countries don’t. Fact is mcdonalds is on the decline everywhere because people are choosing to eat better.

Darlene McFarlane

Jul 30th, 2007

This was a very interesting article.
Good job!

ease

Jul 30th, 2007

I love mcdonalds. But in the philippines, there is a similar chain that’s beating mcdonalds. It’s jollibee. Where there is a mcdonald store, a jollibee opens as well. Or vice versa. But if one observes, the market of mcdonalds are more of the class a and b, while jollibee caters mostly the b and c.

USA

Jul 30th, 2007

In Pakistan they have McBomb. It explodes with every bite.

HezzA

Aug 5th, 2007

people there is no such thing as a bogan burger in australia…

AlAN

Aug 5th, 2007

America’s gift to the world…ignorance and truly bad fast food.

mcdonalds hater

Aug 8th, 2007

I Hate McDonalds

Andrea

Aug 8th, 2007

I am from Germany and always loved having my beer with the burger. I kinda miss it here in the US

Stacy

Aug 9th, 2007

OK – Hawaii has some specialties as well. Portugese sausage for breakfast and saimen for lunch!

OsvaL

Aug 9th, 2007

In Paraguay you have McEmpanadas and McMilanesa, also McCriolla three typically Paraguayan and Argentinian food.

Eagle0600

Aug 10th, 2007

In Australia, they sell 100% real beef. Because we won’t eat it mixed with wheat filler.

Tangerine

Aug 10th, 2007

I am sorry im a vegetarian.
Urg! I hate McDonalds

nilveda

Aug 10th, 2007

In the 80’s, McDonald’s had a limited edition hot pineapple pie in Vancouver. It was so good! When I was a teenager a burger was 25 cents and they tasted way better then.

mokan

Aug 10th, 2007

I like Jr.Mints.

McJoker

Aug 10th, 2007

I heard in China there was a McDog burger and in Scotland everything is deep fried including the ice cream

stanley

Aug 10th, 2007

why moan at each other over mcdonalds? hehe you guys are silly. its mcdonalds, nothing more nothing less, why get annoyed or uptight over any of this?

seems kinda pointless to meeeeeeee

RecklessRonny

Aug 10th, 2007

Sheesh I thought it should be enough that McDonalds trash is in Canada and the United States.They have to go an set the other countries over seas with Miky D’s trash along there Highways too.

rid the eye

Aug 11th, 2007

uhh… lemonade cleanse? hahaha

MICHAEL J.SCHMITZ

Aug 11th, 2007

WHY DONT YOU INTRODUCE THESE VAROUS VARIETIES TO AMERICA. I’LL BET THEY’D OUT DO EVERYONE ELSE AND I’M SURE THEY’LL BE A BIG HIT. I WAS THINKING WHY DONT YOU TAKE THESE LITTLE DEEP DISH PIZZA’S OR THE EQUIVELENT, BUT THE SIZE OF A 1/4 POUNDER AND PUT IT ON TOP OF A 1/4 POUNDER. IT’D MAKE A TASTY TREAT.

Mariam

Aug 12th, 2007

Hi, I am from Doha, Qatar < an arabic country !
I wanna tell u that the pic of the McDo. in “Israil” is right , cos the country called ( PALASTAINE ) but u ppl call it “Israil” coz they took over some places, I think that pic was taken in Palastain not in the places that Israil “have” , and we have it in Qatar too, the MacArabia , but I didnt try it yet :P hehe
I would like to try the one from HongKong , it looks tastey :)
Thx 4 the pics

quiet voice

Aug 12th, 2007

very, very interesting, McDonald’s should be soooo happy!

YouFOOLS

Aug 12th, 2007

HA ha ha ha… a Middle Eastern McDonalds burger may have been attributed to a restaurant from the wrong country and we then have hundreds of people arguing about something as simple as that.

Damn! Imagine if Middle Easterns disagreed about religion!!!

…oh wait a minute…

harpoon

Aug 12th, 2007

We’we recently added “McWhale” to our menu here in Tromsø, Norway.

madison & matt

Aug 13th, 2007

i went on a mission trip to romania and ate a a mcdonalds in austria and timasora, romania. its alot better than the american mcdonalds except the coffee it is awful.

colleen

Aug 14th, 2007

Guys, Micky D’s dosen’t sell the McOz burger anymore. Which is a shame ‘cos it was super yummy and really popular (at least where I live)

Base

Aug 14th, 2007

In Finland we have Rye bread Burgers called McRuis

Mike

Aug 14th, 2007

No McDonalds in Vietnam yet (hooray!!!!!!). Coming soon no doubt (boo hiss!!!!!!) We’re currently Starbucks free too…Just a few KFCs and a couple of Pizza Huts to pollute the place.

bigal

Aug 15th, 2007

A point of information to all you ignorant goyim…if the menu is in Israel, it would be printed in Hebrew, Arabic, and English.That photo is from an Arab country not Israel.

svedoz

Aug 15th, 2007

Sweden was on a winner with the McBengt in 2001. And I think there was a McTomas.

Abhilash

Aug 16th, 2007

In India, McDonalds really sucks. Bland food that looks and tastes the same no matter what you order.

Only chicken burgers are served. not even pork or ham or anything else. There is 1 fish burger called fillet of fish.

Dima

Aug 16th, 2007

Dima from Ukraine reporting about my trip to the local McDonalds :)

The Big Mac is exactly the same as in the states. The menu itself is slightly more limited. Here there are two varieties of the same burger: The Big Tasty here is different than in the states. Instead of mayonaise they use some kind of sauce called “grill sauce”. The other variety of this burger is called the McLavache which uses a pita instead of sesame seed buns. I don’t really like the sauce… maybe next time I’ll go I’ll ask for Big Mac sauce instead. The fries are pretty much the same except they come in two varities. Regular and western wedge style. Pies come in two varities as well: sour cherry and kiwi. The pies are pretty good. There are 3 flavors of soda: Coca-Cola, orange Fanta, and Sprite along with iced black tea, iced green tea, tomato juice, orange juice, coffee, etc. I believe they sell ciggarettes there as well. While a lot of the other countries’ menus do look better than a standard US menu, I’d say the US selection is slightly better than here in Ukraine.

Mr B

Aug 16th, 2007

Thailand has a fantastically named dessert called a “Palm Toddy”. Is it just me, or does that sound rude?

Japanese

Aug 16th, 2007

Japanese image is difficult.

Probably that picture is China or Taiwan.

Because Kanji isn’t used in Mc’Donald’s paper of Japan.

yay me

Aug 16th, 2007

haha beer

Lucille

Aug 17th, 2007

Mac Management should consider to offer 2 or 3 International Choices in addition to the ‘Regular’ variety in their locations.

FeelingFlirty

Aug 17th, 2007

I had a McOz burger in Australia yesterday so they’re available some places. Nother better than beets on a burger :)

kellie hastings

Aug 17th, 2007

Well I would have never known their menu vary this much.
I know here the nutrition doesn’t measure up but hey, I
get that urge to eat my favourite, Quarter Pounder Please!
Great stuff. You get your research online, love your articles.
Kel

Beatrice

Aug 17th, 2007

Thanks, kellie! We look forward to seeing your articles too. Feel free to post a link here when they come out ;)

Belgian

Aug 18th, 2007

What’s the big deal about beer at McDonalds? here in Belgium we have it too..

Germany

Aug 18th, 2007

Dude, I think you got at least half the pictures wrong.
Yes, McD sells beer here in Germany but in all the years I’ve been going there I’ve never seen a Big McFeast. It looks a bit like the sandwich they call Big Tasty. But that picture is almost 100% not taken in a German McD.

Plus although they do sell beer in Germany and in most other European countries, it is quite uncommon and I hardly ever saw someone actually order one.

But still it’s somewhat amazing to see how well McD adapted their strategy to the different people in the world while still keeping the basic concept which made them so huge.

lfkdjgflkj

Aug 18th, 2007

i think the united states should adopt the beer idea.

Tom

Aug 19th, 2007

McDonalds doesn’t serve beer in Germany anymore since at least ten years. Where do you get your info from, man? xD

özgür

Aug 19th, 2007

i am from turkey.we are drinking “Mc Ayran” here. Please click for look this link.

http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/9752/mcayransz6.jpg

Onflame

Aug 20th, 2007

Awesome article!! It totally rocks! I’ve tasted the McAloo Tikka and also the McShawarma – both rock!

joemar

Aug 21st, 2007

Here in the Philippines, McDonalds also have McRice burger.

Tom

Aug 22nd, 2007

In Hawaii, they serve plates of spam, eggs, and rice.

TG Not jizzabelle

Aug 23rd, 2007

“Its sad that you do not know that there are Arabic people in Israel… Just turn on the news. Better yet! Use the exact same internet that you just used to view this to actually EDUCATE yourself. God Bless USA and UK”

Heh, maybe you can pray to that same God for some manners, among other things. God Bless just the USA and UK? So to hell with everyone else?

Nice way to represent there. Did you ask yourself WWJD before responding?

(Yeah, I realize I’m responding to some twit’s comments from July…I need to get a life.)

Cool article, anyway.

Onflame

Aug 23rd, 2007

Aw man, i’ve voted this article thrice till now- its just WAU TOO GOOD!

Beatrice

Aug 23rd, 2007

Thank you, Onflame! (No, we writers are NOT immune to such flattery :) )

Mitch Davis

Aug 24th, 2007

yum…the salmon and the lobster ones are making my mouth water… and that’s strange, for a maccas meal. Great article.

Michael

Aug 24th, 2007

Hey here in the Philippines we have the McRice Burger just like in Hong Kong! Believe me, it tastes great! You can [almost] not taste the rice patties…

Texan

Aug 25th, 2007

Wow, I had no idea people were so slefish, ignorant, and apathetic. I’m glad the world can share the yummy of the Mac. I liked the Macrib OK but they discontinued it so, that’s cool.

derek

Aug 27th, 2007

so much crap!

U GOTTA BE KIDDIN ME!!!!

patrice

Aug 27th, 2007

no thank u i dont need any ingredaiants so u think agin k

afra

Aug 31st, 2007

in malaysia we have porridge + banana pie…hahahah

err

Sep 7th, 2007

i don’t think the israeli picture is from israel, mcdonalds in israel has signs in hebrew and english, not arabic, and they don’t serve “mcarabia” (whatever that is) here

Ray Schwartz

Sep 8th, 2007

Does ANYONE ever go to China ? I don’t think anyone mentioned it yet. I have been going there for 28 years and saw the times when Mc D’s opened up in Beijing near Tiananmen Square and in Taipei, Taiwan, which,at that time, had the largest sale opening day of any other location. The menus there are similar to USA’s, but the people like fries best, even in early AM.

slimslam

Sep 8th, 2007

How about sugar cane juice in McDonald’s at Malaysia?

Srinivas

Sep 11th, 2007

I am a hindu and can most certainly say that 90% of the Hindus do not eat beef. People on this forum who say that majority of Hindus eat beef are plain lying.

Onflame

Sep 12th, 2007

Yeah its true that most Hindu’s don’t eat beef.

Jessica

Sep 16th, 2007

i think all of this is pretty cool because i work at mcdonalds. i couldn’t see myself making all of this different food.

Silver

Sep 17th, 2007

In Estonia we’v got McLavašš- it is laike the same bread like when you are making tortilla, but it’s served differentli, and filled with an ecxellent beef patty, tomatos, cabbage, and and with a good sauce. dämn it’s good :D

rob2tall

Sep 29th, 2007

MickeyDees food is so greasy-I am not surprised they sell beer with it and do not understand why we cant get a McBrew here in America too-though in Germany the brew is local and about 9% alcohol and in the USA it would probably be McBudwiser at 2.3%!
The Germans have very little drinking water and what they have in well water tastes crappy anyway,so beer is served with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Susana

Sep 30th, 2007

In Uruguay we do not have that burger at all.
And WE SPEAK SPANISH!!
lol
S.

jtm

Oct 2nd, 2007

the only thing on here true is the beer but it comes in clear plastic cups and is normally called fosters, molsen, tiger you know what ever the popular beer is.

emma

Oct 15th, 2007

woweee this smeels nice

Eric J

Oct 20th, 2007

Naomi Im visiting Israel and dying for a CHEESEburger. The only Mcdonalds I went to had weird beef and no cheese. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

Nick Kenney

Oct 26th, 2007

Gag me!! Yuck!! I’ll stick with our American food!! :)

Zoe Wright

Nov 4th, 2007

Lol lots of comments =]

GUYS, IT IS JUST MCDONALDS!! THEY SERVE YOU CHIPS THAT HAVE BEEN ON THE FLOOR!! YUK!!

I swear looking at that stuff makes me gain 10 pounds

Kazza

Nov 8th, 2007

Years ago I was in Germany and they had mini spring rolls on the menu as a multicultural special

The Guy

Nov 14th, 2007

I see all this arguing over who is right about the McArabic part. Either way, thanks for the article. It really helped with my International Marketing paper. Thanks…

That McHuevo looks bomb!

Aira Aira

Nov 21st, 2007

would looove to try all these

Stewpot59

Dec 11th, 2007

I can’t believe over 260 comments on a stupid McDonalds article.
Get a life!

i like to move it move it, i like ta MOVE IT!

Dec 11th, 2007

wat the heck did they put in 1 of those japanese sandwaches?????????????????????????????????????? they told me it was tofu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:p

AA

Dec 13th, 2007

What I really wanted to ask is why anyone would want to eat McDonalds at all? Is it laziness, wanting to conform with the masses, a false sense of being cool, numb taste buds, lack of an alternative, inability to cook, inability to learn a few foreign words when travelling, … please enlighten me.

Alex

Dec 18th, 2007

In Italy they have the “panzerotti” which are something like… fried bread filled with mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce and ham… it tastes like a pizza. They’re good.

Travis

Dec 30th, 2007

Here in Hawaii, they serve saimin noodle soup and a fried spam egg and rice plate. When I was in american samoa, I noticed you were able to supersize every part of the meal including the burgers.

Becca

Jan 2nd, 2008

Sri Lanka McDonalds has McRice with hot curry sauce,
McFill Meal (a pita filled with..actually, I don’t know…could be chicken,
McHappy Meal Rice (the children’s meal, consisting of a bowl of rice with fried chicken or fish on top, Chicken McSpicy, and the McVeg Burger. I had the McRice and the Chicken McSpicy… both very good. :0) I miss Sri Lanka!

bryan

Jan 2nd, 2008

Philippines serves machotdogs and mac spaghetti and in texas we have texas homestyle burger

juliuz...

Jan 5th, 2008

hey.. can anyone hir tell me how can mcDonald\’s beat jollibee hir in the philippines??!

Speed Limit

Jan 10th, 2008

This is a very “appetizing” (if there is such a word) post. I am drooling now.

the right

Jan 10th, 2008

mcarabia it’s one of mcdounalds product in arabian reagion , it is’not served in israel as you said . mcarabia available only in arabian reagion such as ksa, egypt , jordan …

Jade

Jan 15th, 2008

I hope in the future you will have better staff were there is no hair, no bandaids,and other gross things thank you but I’ll stick to Burger King!

Baddd Fyoud

Jan 15th, 2008

u hav badd fyoud !!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

whatever

Jan 17th, 2008

all food is nastey i dont eat

Babygirl

Jan 24th, 2008

Rock on Mcdonalds!!!!!!!!!! Yeah!!

ShyShy

Jan 24th, 2008

Rock on Mcdonalds!!!!!!!!!! Yeah!!Except for India’s food that nasty!!

ShyShy

Jan 24th, 2008

Im sorry but I wrote that nasty but I meant to say thats nasty!!!

ShyShy

Jan 24th, 2008

I like Chicken!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Go Chicken!!!!!!

man

Jan 27th, 2008

Cool

Man2

Jan 27th, 2008

can’t believe it

man3

Jan 27th, 2008

want to try a MAHARAJA MAC

cyberpunk7_2000

Jan 28th, 2008

all I know is, I want to try all these things hahah!

joleen1981

Jan 28th, 2008

Well you all I unfortunately had the lovel experience of working as a manager at my local McDonald’s and let me tell you it is not made previously and then nuked anymore. That was the old way of doing things back in the 1990’s They now have a Made For You system where they are “supposed” to make it when you order it. HAHAHAHA!!!! Now I am from Arkansas and they have no great specials, I like the regular cheesburger personally.

Samantha

Feb 3rd, 2008

hello what do they putin the cheeseburgers?

Leighbo

Feb 7th, 2008

In New Zealand we have the Kiwi Burger which has beef patties, beetroot, poached egg and tomato, the bacon in our burgers seems like real bacon, not the weird processed stuff you get elsewhere.

What’s the deal with fries in Hong Kong…apparently they don’t have them…any idea why?

NIS

Feb 11th, 2008

Well, that was certainly something new. I don’t eat at McDonald’s, but it was still a good read. Thanks for the article! =]

Kim Dae Jung

Feb 13th, 2008

You try McBowWow in Seoul Korea? Dericious!!!

sunnygirl

Feb 18th, 2008

There are Fried Chicken on Dominican Republic’s menu.

elin

Feb 18th, 2008

we have McDonald prosperity burger during chinese new year in Malaysia

Zeyad Ben Mufeez

Feb 19th, 2008

to Mr. Seth

You have been wondering on how Arab food would taste like. and the tast would be the same as hebrew claimed dishes.

Because as you know children of Israil has invented and mastered every thing so as my Iraqi Jew Friend says that the hamburger is and hebrew dish….got it Mr. Portocaloss

Manik

Feb 25th, 2008

If you’re an American tourist in India, why should you strive for burgers? Indian food is a lot cheaper in comparison and comes in amazing variety. Look out for any outlets that are sell “Paratha” breads which are simply mindblowing and come in different flavours: “Aloo” (Potato), “Mooli” (Radish), “Methi” (Fenugreek) etc. Side dishes would be anything to go with “Paneer” (Indian cottage cheese) e.g. “Palak Paneer” (Spinach Paneer), “Paneer Kadhai”, “Paneer Kofta”. In South India, you could have affordable “Dosa” meals -Dosas are 30-cm long, crispy flour meals and also come in many flavours “Mysore Masala Dosa” being most popular. Bengal is known for its fish dishes. Kerala and Goa are known for their amazing variety of seafood including lobsters, pomfrets, tuna etc. Gujarat is known for its famous “Thali” which is an all-inclusive cheap fare consisting of three side dishes, two cereals and salad, and one sweet and guess what, it NEVER costs more than $1. Similarly, there are North Indian “Thalis” which have North Indian side dishees. “Dal” is a protein-rich pulses diet which is common to all Indian menus. Rajasthan state is known for its own regional specialties like “choorma” (sweet), “Dal Bati” and of course, “Thandai” a really cool, soothing drink which contains traces of marijuana. I LOVE THAT ONE THE MOST OF COURSE. Also, when in India, don’t miss “Orange” and “Mango” Lassi which is indispensable in the hot weather.

Wow, I haven’t even started yet. If in a diverse cuisine country like India, you have to search for McDonalds, what could be more pathetic than that? What is the point in having a trip after all if you don’t DEPEND on local flavours. Yes, dear that’s what constitutes real fun. I recently went on a month-long trip to Thailand and substituted on pork, dimsum and more pork all the time. I even started thinking like a Thai. That’s fun to change your nationality for a while hah hah.

Janell

Mar 5th, 2008

When you get a chance to visit Hawaii, please stop by a local McD’s there for breakfast. They serve breakfast plate specials such as portugese sausage, egg and RICE (steam white good ole’ sticky rice). A favorite of my daughter’s is the spam, egg and rice. If you’re feeling cold, then try their saimine (island style ramin noodles)with fish cake, green onions and chopped char su. A twist to the apple pies is their taro pies. Mmm, mmm good!

6960

Mar 13th, 2008

おいらもたべたいにゃ〜!!!!!!!

Aaliyah

Mar 14th, 2008

there is some wacked out food in other countries and i thought that people in US were drunkies.

john

Mar 14th, 2008

that is cool how many thing that they can create in different countries

jason

Mar 14th, 2008

cooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

coel

Mar 14th, 2008

i don’t think that we have anything that is on the menu that is in the other countries, but it is cool to know what is going on in the other countries resteraunt. there is proboly the fish sandwhitches that chile has

Micheal Jackson

Mar 14th, 2008

i luv this so much

Person

Mar 17th, 2008

I think this article is very interesting.

Student In MLC

Mar 17th, 2008

Everyone should be exposed to this kind of food every single day. We would all be more rounded.

Chance

Mar 17th, 2008

This All Looks So good expecially the
CHILE
In Chile, you can dress your burgers with – not ketchup – avocado paste!

that looks so good!

the Japanise GreenTea Milk Shake Sounds Wiked good i love green tea!

Vanessa

Mar 17th, 2008

i think u shouldnt have beer at mcdonalds in germany becasue kids love mcdonalds and they shouldnt have beer on the menu for kids to see.
VANESSA

alexis

Mar 17th, 2008

for the rice burgers why do they call them rice burgers well not burgers well is it good why use rice but not bread

wow its Beth from OHIO

Mar 19th, 2008

i dont think i could eat at most of the other mcdonalds they are so different than the ones in ohio…… we just serve hamburgers and chicken nuggets and etc.. but that practically is the only meet in the afternnon.

alex

Mar 22nd, 2008

ouuuuu..mcdo’s great for me : )

itai

Mar 31st, 2008

i work in Mcdonalds israel and the McKabab is realy good =)

Mz Lil MiZz

Apr 6th, 2008

I think that most of the stuff on this page is random az

Matt

Apr 10th, 2008

yeah, it’s called a hotdog :)

christopher

Apr 11th, 2008

Why are some of you people using such abrasive, vulgar and disrespectful language with each other? Where’s the McLove?

Christopherisright

Apr 14th, 2008

Mcfor-real.

TrekkieGrrrl

Apr 15th, 2008

in Denmark, you can get beer at McD as well.

I’ve found out that things like Chicken Hotwings or Chili Cheese Tops™ (Poppers) aren’t commonly sold worldwide. Too bad. They’re among the bestest McD products…

kelbelo

Apr 18th, 2008

does anyone know if the bbq sauce if different in U.S.A. as compared to canada?( mc nugget sauce that is)

nicolas

Apr 23rd, 2008

I LOVE GREECE.’CAUSE I’M GREEK.I LOVED THE GREEK MAC on mc’c.

Makin RichKits Money Online

May 1st, 2008

In Thailand (ANd I think Australia too) they have the double big mac, also known as the mega mac.

dustin hater number 2

May 2nd, 2008

Here in Australia they have a burger called the outback burger.
Some burgers here in Australia contain beetroot which is supposed to be an Aussie burger.

lady d.

May 2nd, 2008

OMG!! Some of these are SO GROSS!! I respect ANYONE who can stomach USA McDonald’s so I can’t even begin 2 imagine other countries and how they can eat these things. YUK!!

Rhyan

May 3rd, 2008

In South Africa do you get Mc Puttu and Meat

Rhyan

May 3rd, 2008

Hey I love Beetroot does that make me an Aussie???

Ali G

May 6th, 2008

hello everyone
does anyone know about menue pricing in germany?

Paul, R

May 14th, 2008

What do they have in italy??
i LOVE CHEESE!!
McDonald’s is DiSCUSTiNG!!!
lalallalalallalalalalalallalalalalalalalalalalalala

yo

May 14th, 2008

that’s not URUGUAY!!!!!
we are in latin america next to argentina and brazil.
we use the international alphabet!!!

kkj

May 15th, 2008

in Finland they have the McRuis, or they did ~ they have a Ruis McFeast now – cheeseburger on some Finnish rye like bread.
MMM!

sam

May 27th, 2008

Uruguay you are nasty!

Wayne

May 30th, 2008

Does anyone know how the menu differs in the countries of France, Great Briton, Scotland, and Ireland? I’d appreciate it.

Cralos

Jun 1st, 2008

As a brit I’d have to say the best Mcdonalds in the world are those in Spain and the worst are in America and UK :(

You should try the difference between Pizza Huts around the world and don’t eve get me started on how much better KFC is in the Bahamas than anywhere else!

Ukey

Jun 2nd, 2008

Tell me about the menu in Guam

zappa

Jun 4th, 2008

i like new zealands kiwi burger

cleatusjr

Jun 10th, 2008

here in kentucky they serve a more traditional burger made from deer meat
you can also get it wit possum.

mee

Jun 16th, 2008

in new zealand we have got a better menu

susie q

Jun 19th, 2008

its amazing to see all differences around the world that suit each country accordingly!!!!!!!!

kindaveg

Jun 24th, 2008

they should sell more vegetarian things in more of their “restaurants”

maharaja

Jul 1st, 2008

they need to invent a burger called McCurry vindalo.
we would py all of the money in the world to have some of that sweet McCury vindaloo

please make it or we will turn you in curry!

cheesie

Jul 1st, 2008

i cant understand all these people who are so hard on mcds products for being unhealthy, if u dont like it, dont go and stop moaning like a little baby on a mcds internet discussion forum. It might be bad for you but so is getting drunk and alot of us still do that on occasion.

I like the look of maharaja burger, i am a scot in Hong Kong and the best burger is the big tasty.

poutinegood

Jul 11th, 2008

Just so you know, poutine is actually fries cheese and gravy, not bbq suace.

Aaron

Jul 13th, 2008

that stuff called “avocado paste” is more commonly known as guacamole. and it’s available in any mcdonalds. not just Chile.

keith

Jul 14th, 2008

In Ireland we get the standard everyday UK menu.Which is probably just as well.Our own Irish fast food places serve up chips (fries to our American friends) with cheese,curry sauce,garlic sauce and coleslaw.That’s right,that’s one dish!Looks distinctly post operative,but it has quite the number of afficionados.Actually,I would like to try that loster roll and the Norwegian salmon.

qwerty

Jul 17th, 2008

Are you talking about the picture of Israel McDonald’s on this page? It’s in Hebrew. מקדונלד’ס

sandyfeet

Jul 18th, 2008

I live in the middle of New Mexico where meat is scarce; we have what is called a McLizard: an extra-long hotdog bun with a fried lizard, complete with the traditional BigMac signiture sauce!!

zippypuff

Jul 18th, 2008

You misspelled signuture

lolek

Jul 19th, 2008

what about wies mac in Poland? ;)

getitstraight

Jul 23rd, 2008

I can read Hebrew (which is what the symbols are on the Israel picture) and it just says McDonalds!!!

coolio

Jul 23rd, 2008

yas all suk

thigsyrfoyo

Jul 23rd, 2008

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Spelling Freak

Jul 27th, 2008

It’s “signature” not with an i or a u, just for proper English so no-one learns it wrong, OK?

adolpho

Jul 28th, 2008

I was stationed in Germany in 1996 & drank a McBeer… If they don’t serve it any more, it’s because it sucked bad…
In my opinion, no decent German wouldda drank it… lol

sally

Jul 28th, 2008

the sign for isreal isnt in arabic why do people keep saying that?
its in hebrew

kool indian

Jul 29th, 2008

omg there is mcdonalds in india??????

i sohould go there some time to take the maharaja burger

abiboy

Jul 31st, 2008

Mcdo Phils has spaghetti pinoy style, taro pie, burger steak

capnjolly

Aug 3rd, 2008

been to India, and Philippines. Never saw the maharaja burger but the dont serve beef at all there. Had the rice burger in Philippines and a taro pie. I dont like eating at Mcdonald’s but ate at one 4 times in Philippines. Yummy. The have a Jollibee’s which is Pinoy version of McD’s

Chase

Aug 5th, 2008

Korea also has a bulgogi burger (made from barbeque pork) and the shrimp burger (shrimp-oo buh-guh) available on the Japanese menu. I’m told the bulgogi burger is very good.

dougstidge

Aug 7th, 2008

i went to prague and had a mccountry burger which was a double cheeseburger but with 2 pork patties instead. very tasty. and i heard in nigeria u dont order ur big mac, u have to throw a spear at it!

verde

Aug 10th, 2008

man we have nothing special because we’re in L.A come on what else do u need although i would like to try the rice burger!!

Indiana

Aug 10th, 2008

wow, people getting pissed about everything on a Mayor McCheese site.

They need to have a Macdonalds here in the states that serves the majority of all this International cuisine.

zaid

Aug 13th, 2008

they hve mcarabia and chicken big mac here in Pakistn tooo, plus they have a mC crispy which is a brast of fried chicken in pita

paul

Aug 17th, 2008

i went to turky and that have a mcturko:P

CAP & FRAP

Aug 23rd, 2008

they should think up more creative names :)
but all the food is ttly EXOTIC!! :D

Meredith

Aug 24th, 2008

#54 by bodongo, Jul 19, 2007
I live in the Congo and we have McHuman….monkey buns. Gave me one of the best chuckles I’ve had in a very long time!!

playwrite27

Aug 30th, 2008

In the northern Netherlands they have a McKroket–a breaded…thing. In Maine USA, they have the McLobby, a lobster roll.

florida

Sep 1st, 2008

the mclak looks goooood!!

Maria

Sep 2nd, 2008

My sister says the McDonald’s in Hawaii serves rice!

Fang

Sep 6th, 2008

i dont think the last one is uruguay. the RM currency is used in Malaysia. I lived in Malaysia. And we do have a McEgg there.

steve

Sep 9th, 2008

dillon sucks hahahahahahah

Shaggy

Sep 9th, 2008

Good morning, welcome to McDonald’s. May I have your order please?

dillon

Sep 9th, 2008

not yours my moms not in to gays

Pedro

Sep 9th, 2008

in Mexico we have the Mac Burritos for breakfast.

Manfred von Ehrick

Sep 11th, 2008

I was told by a friend that McDonald’s in Israel are all called, McDavid’s. Now I know he was full of $3!+.

Mp

Sep 16th, 2008

That is how you spell McDonalds in hebrew!

Becca

Sep 18th, 2008

Ew. The sad thing is, I’m from Canada, and I’ve never heard of that shrimp thing… I don’t think I’d trust shrimp prepared at a Mickey D’s.

Lori

Sep 23rd, 2008

I like to travel, and it is always fun to see the McDonalds menu’s in different countries. Why should anyone complain. Have a nice day people.

Brittany

Sep 23rd, 2008

They should open a International McDonald’s restaurant in the USA. That would be great for the people here. Their are so many great sandwiches from different countries. Maybe they can just add a new sandwich of the week from a country so we can try them out.

brianna

Sep 23rd, 2008

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww mcdonalds is nasty……ewww

Paige

Sep 25th, 2008

all this stuff looks sooo good :) especially the maharaja mac! =)

NapoleonDynamite

Sep 27th, 2008

Im from Australia and i love the cheeseburgers they are SSSOOO nice!!! I also love the chips but australia has the weirdest happy meal ads there is like all the food dancing to this crap music its so weird!!!

hobbs

Sep 27th, 2008

in hawaii they have spam…sliced and i think they have a breakfest spam sandwich…they also have a double bigmac…hmmm

fadingtoblak

Sep 30th, 2008

how can u not like mcdonalds?

fadingtoblak

Sep 30th, 2008

obese people, fatty delicious burgers and very salty fries. May i take your order?

your mom

Oct 2nd, 2008

In france they serve their burgers with Pain, i think thats french for bread.

mia

Oct 2nd, 2008

that sign for the Israel one isn’t arabic. I read and write it, and that’s definitely not arabic.

Babyman

Oct 4th, 2008

Hi.
Very good blog about countries and fast food..
Chek mine…

Healthmad

Javanesse

Oct 5th, 2008

I’m from Indonesia.. in my country McDonald’s serves Rice Package, consist of steamed rice, fried chicken, and scramble egg. We also eat any of McD’s products with chilly sauce… it’s very spicy… yummy…

here there is also fried chicken package like KFC because KFC is the biggest competitor of McD in Indonesia whilst Burger King I think they didn’t make a good sales. I don’t know whether or not there is still a Burger King store here.

There is a spaghety too here. And there is ice lemon tea, and hot tea. There is no kosher or any alcohol drinks or meal here. Because Indonesia is a muslim country.

lee haselden

Oct 7th, 2008

mcd,s should make things from across the world when i was in florida many years ago they did fajitas,god they were mint,i want a vindaloo burger please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ps i live in spain.

Troy

Oct 8th, 2008

Me truely I think that McDonalds in the USA are the best because what i just seen from the other countries they look very nasty like the Chicken Maharaja Mac that stuff look disgusting. Now the American Big Mac look GREAT. Ya’ll need to come to America and try some of our Food!!!!!!!!

Naqeeb

Oct 9th, 2008

WESTTTTTTTTTTSIDE!

ur daddy!!!

Oct 9th, 2008

india has the best burger!!!

bart

Oct 9th, 2008

in Holland we have MCkroket. you can buy it in regular snackbars in holland and looks like a saucage. mcdonalds has turned it into a burger on a bun. it can only be found in the Netherlands

rattbagg

Oct 15th, 2008

Now in Australia we are feasting on kangaroo burgers – soon all you fast-food-munching peasants will be enslaved by the delectable marsupial flesh ah ha ha ha…..

Sabrina

Oct 18th, 2008

Here in Argentina we have a “Tostado” two slices of Hamburger bread fill with Ham and Cheese. Grilled.
We also have a McNifica (Burger, tomatoes, green salad, Parmesan cheese, Arugula sauce on a home made bun)
Also, we did NOT fry our burgers. We grill them.

richardorenw

Oct 19th, 2008

Here in Northwest America people either like to order sandwiches made out of either beef or salmon. And the french fries come from Idaho potatoes.

terry wagar

Oct 20th, 2008

Eric Carlson and Joan Wagar, A,K,A, Doubleclick and Mrs Dash,( yes those are there nicknames they gave each other.) admitted to poisoning me while I was a plasma donor back in 2005.
Eric carlson pedofied me behind prison walls and then framed me as a pedophile on march 26th 2007, I caught the crime on a audio recorder I put in Joan’s purse.
there were people in authority helping them with this and nobody in authority will help they pretend nothing happened and refuse to investigate this.
Eric carlson changed his hair color and his name but this is not hidden, only ignored by the authority’s and media
Im disabled from being poisoned and the hospitals refuse to admit Im poisoned.
My Family is in danger from these people and I have no other recoarse but to make these charges public.
My name is Terry Wagar,Im from portland oregon and Im backing up these charges.

Natalie

Oct 20th, 2008

In America we have the Big Mac, made with good, delicious, 100% beef made from nice big cows. . . with the lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, and mayo sauce on a warm white bread bun. . . so why would you want anything else?????

Floppy Butterflats

Oct 29th, 2008

When I was on holiday in Norway, they had a McPickletit sandwich which consisted of meat, bread, and pickletit. I was happy, but sad.

ahseek

Nov 6th, 2008

In the Philippines, we love rice. McDo serves rice there unlike in Middle-East. We also have a lot of varieties to choose from. Read on…

1. During breakfast, we have the corned beef with rice meal & longganisa (locally made spicy sausage) with rice meal.

2. You can choose spaghetti meals with chicken and/or with rice…of course with gravy! (In other countries, McDo don’t serve gravy)

3. We also have Burger McDo…made for Filipinos. Ü Its for local taste buds and it really taste yummy!

4. The most nuggests you can get is only 5 pcs… huhuhu..I’m wondering they can’t offer 12 pcs…or more…Ü

5. Fries…ohh!! You got to taste this in the Philippines!

That’s all…

triptoheaven

Nov 11th, 2008

Yummmm………….

McDonald has something for everyone! That’s why it’s so loved by all!

Dieter Hentz

Nov 13th, 2008

very true

george fell

Nov 18th, 2008

the indian big mac is pure yorkshire terrier and the isreal burger is pure mcbomb

L

Nov 18th, 2008

The McLobster looks delicuous!

icecream man

Dec 3rd, 2008

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Eee-bray

Dec 9th, 2008

If you all honestly think that the Israeli McDonalds sign isnt in Hebrew, you all need to go buy a clue. Thats HEBREW, smart asses.

p.s. george fell, you are an ignorant idiot.

hhhhhhh

Dec 16th, 2008

costa rica looks like magets

sam

Dec 23rd, 2008

we have McBeer here in Germany. they also sell Corona at Mcdonalds here too.

g3eb4

Dec 26th, 2008

Wow, I never knew Hebrew writing could be mistaken for Arabic writing. . . . obviously no one travels outside their ignorance zone. Everyone of you should take a trip sometime. . .It may make the world that much more tolerant and peaceful.

cj

Jan 21st, 2009

Have you ever had a McDonalds pizza it tastes like crap!

qq

Feb 9th, 2009

currency for Uruguay is UP but not RM…

chezzzza i the best over evryone

Feb 14th, 2009

umm kool i can post stuff for free!! so um i think maccaz suck in every counries coz they are fatty pieces of arterie clotters, in fact my grandma got a burger and it was moving she opened it and it was a cockroach! and we were all like EWWWW! she hadent bitten it yet though! then my mum found a hair in her meat pattie not on it so now i never go to maccaz anymore. these are acctuallu true stories.

praga37

Feb 23rd, 2009

In Quebec AND in many maritimes McDonalds’s restaurants, they have the McPoutine (fries, gravy and topped with curdled cheese), very good once in while…

JC

Feb 24th, 2009

The McDonald’s in Israel is in HEBREW- NOT Arabic..and it says McDonald’s…are you that thick?
In Quebec we used to have McPizza- but that didnt last too long.

ab

Feb 26th, 2009

yes canada has the lobster burger but who ever buys it its like the least bought thing there!

Doctorcat

Feb 27th, 2009

I luv McD’s. I have been all over the world & they are always a welcome site. CLEAN restrooms, free to use. Good food. I was in germany in ‘08 & i saw a few people order beer with sandwich. I ate at McD’s in Russia. St Petersburg was great. Moscow food was O.k. but still welcomed. Meat was better than the mystry meat you got at other local russian places. In Lucern Switzerland I paid about $25.00 In U.S. currency for a couple fish sands fries & coke. Really expensive,but good. Most mcD’s worlwide r reasonablely priced though, I’m luvin’ it…..

charlie

Feb 27th, 2009

In Russia they have the traditional Mcdonalds fare. It just tastes better. Also no waiting, they have 50 cash registers in a row. They also have a greeter at the entrance and a fareweller at the exit and they’re, or were in 1993 as keen as mustard. They also had beggars in the street outside who were obvious Big Mac junkies – as they held out their hands to passing motorists the one word on their pleading lips was “Macdonalds!”

Silvia

Mar 18th, 2009

Here in Brazil our #4 is the Cheddar Mcmelt which consists in a whole-wheat bun with a regular hamburger and a very thick cheddar slice…seems too simple, but it’s very tasty.

katie J. Roach

Apr 2nd, 2009

those ice cream burgers look really good but costa rica looks kinda gross.

Jasmine

Apr 5th, 2009

In Hong Kong we were surprised to see McDonalds selling chicken wings, they were actually quite nice! They also had the McPepper Burger, which was also tasty and also “Green Bean Pie” (it may be green PEA pie, I cant remember…) either way, we stood clear of the pie :)

natman

Apr 16th, 2009

wow! that mclobster looks good! but i cant say the same 4 everything else!!! yuck!!!!!

acid

Apr 16th, 2009

they should offer more of this stuff in the US i might actually go to a McDonalds then.

Danny

Apr 23rd, 2009

Eww the rice burger

lovelyeva

Apr 23rd, 2009

personaly i dont eat micky D’s but on the go ill get it if i have tooo… in the US it seems like veryone says its so nasty but turn around n eats it… dont ask me why… but i think its kinda cool how everyone is adding comments from all over the world n talking :) im just a happy person! :)

lovelyeva

Apr 23rd, 2009

i agree if there were some varite in the us menu more people might go….

canadianperson

Apr 27th, 2009

mcdonalds is gross. and im doing a report on it…woopie!

mr. Fatty

Apr 30th, 2009

I love mcdonalds!

mahzi mohsine

May 3rd, 2009

in Morocco there is MC arabia

mcdoPH

May 6th, 2009

mcdonalds is veryy yummy. here in the philippines we have an online delivery. PHIL mcdo. serves mc rice tooo

macdonald lover

May 12th, 2009

In Singapore,we have lots of different mac like:mac chicken,sundaes,fries,apple pie,double mac and nuggets…….
i think i am going to grab one now,bye:)

me

May 14th, 2009

oh my god, i didn’t know all that stuff, and the worst is that i work at McDonald’s!

marie and Jeanette

May 14th, 2009

Here in Hamilton, Ontario Canada!!!!!

my wife and I get a double cheeseburger combo large size fries(the drink is refillable), a second double cheeseburger on the side with 6 chicken nuggets. we ask for sweet and sour sauce, honey, and big mac sauce. We put the big mac sauce on our double cheeseburgers because really a big mac is just another bun between the two paddies. SO we dip our fries and nuggets in the sauces! AND ALL THAT COSTS LESS THAN 1O BUCKS. and it Satisfies both of our cravings.

Nummies!

china traveler

May 22nd, 2009

when we went to china we used the clean restrooms at macca’s :) also, in china they have this dessert made with red beans (like the fried apple ‘pie’ they sell in Australia) so it looks purple! kinda gross tasting, but the corn in a cup was awsome!

cher

May 26th, 2009

they have fried chicken on the menu at MCds in Mississippi, yeah dont know what thats about

dan

May 26th, 2009

“i think u shouldnt have beer at mcdonalds in germany becasue kids love mcdonalds and they shouldnt have beer on the menu for kids to see.
VANESSA”

thats called cultural differences and thank the lord the USA doesnt dictate culture for everyone

europeans tend to be disgusted by the amount of violence on tv yet americans dont have much of a problem with kids seeing that, and as it turns out kids that are around responsible drinking at a young age tend not to turn out to be binge drinkers later (deaths by intoxication at college campuses in the US) hmm..

WTF

May 28th, 2009

You people have lots of time on your hand to talk about mcdonlads

James

Jun 1st, 2009

McAloo Tikka sounds great. I wonder if they do McChicken Tikka Masala as well?

Jake

Jun 5th, 2009

I am in Switzerland, they had fried shrimp appetizers with a dipping sauce that was like a mix of coctail sauce and mayo. At least the cheeseburger royale (quarter pounder) and fries tasted just like they do in the USA.

Rein

Jun 5th, 2009

Nice Post.

You missing Hawaii – Has Spam and Eggs and Saimin at McDonalds
And Japan – missed the awesome Teriyaki Burger

heather

Jun 5th, 2009

why don’t we see all this food in the MCDonildses in marryland?

erika

Jun 6th, 2009

We totally need some of of these in the US…that chicken big mac looks awesome, except for the fact it doesn’t look like chicken! not to mention the lobster sandwich…they used to have brats in the summer here in WI…Why can’t we have beer too!?

I understand the menu is tried and true but a a little switch up would be nice…for variety. Can’t beat the fries though!

Jo Oliver

Jun 7th, 2009

You know, I never really thought about if Mc’d had a diff menu for diff countries. This was a very interesting read!

BRUIN-OU

Jun 19th, 2009

IN SOUTH AFRICA WE HAVE THE McFUR BURGER :-)

michelle

Jul 1st, 2009

in sweden we have chicken wings and chili cheese tops wich are yum at Mc D’s:)

Carol

Jul 3rd, 2009

When I was in Russia, McDonalds there had a smoked sturgeon sandwich. Do they still?

Pipsqueak

Jul 6th, 2009

Wow, after seeing all of these posts of other McD’s around the world, many actually look much yummier, gourmet, and even healthier than the American versions!

Also – In case no one else posted this, but in Japan (and I think Korea too?), the desserts are different. I believe they serve acorn jelly (this gelatin snack that’s transparent brown – I don’t like the taste even though I am Korean by blood and grew up seeing my parents eat it) and other things too. Also, if I am not incorrect, the seasoning for fries is NOT ketchup but something like teriyaki and another one is seaweed (nori/ghim)

Anyone can comment on this?

misatomoro

Jul 11th, 2009

Mc-Dog whit-Cat-and-Fish Burger !!!

Sayonara From China – Hong Kong

Big Mac Trotter

Jul 16th, 2009

Thailand has the double Mcfish and Double Big Mac with 4 meat patties and 4 buns! All American as can be in taste and quality, but double whammy!! Mainly only tourists eat this fare as it’s too pricey by local Thai standards, but not rediculously expensive like in some European countries. Didn’t see any pumpkin pies. Powdered fake OJ and flat soda is the norm. Coffee is fairly decent.

Korea has the Bulgogi burger and some sort of fake ground shimp burger which seems to be a mixture of unknown substances, but have the American style Big Mac and cheeseburgers which rule when you’ve gone months without a Western fix not involving rice and hot spicy fermented uknown substances or digusting quality fried things. No they don’t have gimchee on the menu as expected. The juice is fresh style OJ and coffee is mediocre. Apple pies are on the menu, but never a pumpkin pie like back in the good ol’ US of A. Very low paid cooks at around $3/hour in one of the most expensive economies, but good service other than being skimpy on ketchup. Speaks English only in Itaewon, Seoul as employees typically come from low income families who couldn’t afford English education. Cheaper than in America despite Korea being a fairly expensive developed economy. People budding in line in a selfish manner is common, but it’s ok to just physically block them or gently reposition yourself back in front of line jumpers. No need to allow space between you at the person ordering in front of you as that opens up a hole to be exploited by mindless drone like selfish people. No please stand behind the line or Abstand Halte!

Switzerland was the saltiest, but most expensive though the freshest piping hot made to order Big Mac combo. Appears to have very high standards supporting the expensive fast food prices. Highest paid fast food cooks? This is the land of the Rolex and big money though don’t expect to go to make the big bucks as it’s only for those well heeled folks already established in the money. Perfect English speaking and understanding of tourists with no wierd awkwardness common in many countries. Probably most expensive as I paid US $13.50 some 14 years ago for a Big Mac combo while it was only like less than $3 at the time in the US.

Germany has beer! Interestingly, some of their McDonalds have the name plastered in multiple languages demonstrating how worldly, well traveled, educated, affluent, and cultured Germany really is. All Western style; no skimpy wierd fast ones, but prices are not cheap. Usually don’t speak English, but probably know how to as it’s considered out place, “clownish,” to do so. Many easy convenient walk in locations in pedestrian zones like common in countries around the world except America. Many Germansy, like French, feel their language should be the global language; not English so they refuse to speak it.

Paris – Unfriendly and pricey. They know English, but usually won’t speak and hold grudge attitudes. Super slow service in restaurants, often skimpy, unfriendly, and often something different than you ordered.

Western Europe locations – Often too crowded to the max with long ques. Easy to fit in with no awkwardness if you’re white and wear super casual nonbrand clothing or locally bought clothing. This can get you better service everywhere while hiding the camera in your backpack.

Now, I only wish Taco Bell would go global as I consider it to be the best of fast food. Subway and Quizno’s went global, but are skimpy and expensive such as common in Asian countries. Nothing beats the $5 footlongs back home heaped with healthy toppings. Ingredients are just simply more plentiful in America than typically seen anywhere else. I remember when the 1st Taco Bell opened in Germany back in the late 90’s and waiting like 3 hours. Taco Bell used to be in places like Korea and other countries, but pulled out during the IMF crisis in 1999/2000. They actually had more Western and American made things in Asia 12 years ago than today, but McDonalds is a survivor. Dunno about regular customers though. I only eat it when on vacation or visiting a big city.

USA – It all depends on where you go, but usually the same menu though prices differ due to the stores being privately owned by franchisee business men. I prefer small town locations as they’re friendly and usually make it to order while the big cities have unhappy uneducated downtrodden type of employees serving up cold or old preprepared food with sanitation standards lacking to the 9th degree. Often intimidating environment in inner city locations, but OK in suburbs where everyone drives cars.

Big Mac Trotter

Jul 16th, 2009

Thailand has the double Mcfish and Double Big Mac with 4 meat patties and 4 buns! All American as can be in taste and quality, but double whammy!! Mainly only tourists eat this fare as it’s too pricey by local Thai standards, but not rediculously expensive like in some European countries. Didn’t see any pumpkin pies. Powdered fake OJ and flat soda is the norm. Coffee is fairly decent.

Korea has the Bulgogi burger and some sort of fake ground shimp burger which seems to be a mixture of unknown substances, but have the American style Big Mac and cheeseburgers which rule when you\\\’ve gone months without a Western fix not involving rice and hot spicy fermented uknown substances or digusting quality fried things. No they don\\\’t have gimchee on the menu as expected. The juice is fresh style OJ and coffee is mediocre. Apple pies are on the menu, but never a pumpkin pie like back in the good ol\\\’ US of A. Very low paid cooks at around $3/hour in one of the most expensive economies, but good service other than being skimpy on ketchup. Speaks English only in Itaewon, Seoul as employees typically come from low income families who couldn\\\’t afford English education. Cheaper than in America despite Korea being a fairly expensive developed economy. People budding in line in a selfish manner is common, but it\\\’s ok to just physically block them or gently reposition yourself back in front of line jumpers. No need to allow space between you at the person ordering in front of you as that opens up a hole to be exploited by mindless drone like selfish people. No please stand behind the line or Abstand Halte!

Switzerland was the saltiest, but most expensive though the freshest piping hot made to order Big Mac combo. Appears to have very high standards supporting the expensive fast food prices. Highest paid fast food cooks? This is the land of the Rolex and big money though don\\\’t expect to go to make the big bucks as it\\\’s only for those well heeled folks already established in the money. Perfect English speaking and understanding of tourists with no wierd awkwardness common in many countries. Probably most expensive as I paid US $13.50 some 14 years ago for a Big Mac combo while it was only like less than $3 at the time in the US.

Germany has beer! Interestingly, some of their McDonalds have the name plastered in multiple languages demonstrating how worldly, well traveled, educated, affluent, and cultured Germany really is. All Western style; no skimpy wierd fast ones, but prices are not cheap. Usually don\\\’t speak English, but probably know how to as it\\\’s considered out place, \\\”clownish,\\\” to do so. Many easy convenient walk in locations in pedestrian zones like common in countries around the world except America. Many Germansy, like French, feel their language should be the global language; not English so they refuse to speak it.

Paris – Unfriendly and pricey. They know English, but usually won\\\’t speak and hold grudge attitudes. Super slow service in restaurants, often skimpy, unfriendly, and often something different than you ordered.

Western Europe locations – Often too crowded to the max with long ques. Easy to fit in with no awkwardness if you\\\’re white and wear super casual nonbrand clothing or locally bought clothing. This can get you better service everywhere while hiding the camera in your backpack.

Now, I only wish Taco Bell would go global as I consider it to be the best of fast food. Subway and Quizno\\\’s went global, but are skimpy and expensive such as common in Asian countries. Nothing beats the $5 footlongs back home heaped with healthy toppings. Ingredients are just simply more plentiful in America than typically seen anywhere else. I remember when the 1st Taco Bell opened in Germany back in the late 90\\\’s and waiting like 3 hours. Taco Bell used to be in places like Korea and other countries, but pulled out during the IMF crisis in 1999/2000. They actually had more Western and American made things in Asia 12 years ago than today, but McDonalds is a survivor. Dunno about regular customers though. I only eat it when on vacation or visiting a big city.

USA – It all depends on where you go, but usually the same menu though prices differ due to the stores being privately owned by franchisee business men. I prefer small town locations as they\\\’re friendly and usually make it to order while the big cities have unhappy uneducated downtrodden type of employees serving up cold or old preprepared food with sanitation standards lacking to the 9th degree. Often intimidating environment in inner city locations, but OK in suburbs where everyone drives cars.

Big Mac Trotter

Jul 16th, 2009

Thailand has the double Mcfish and Double Big Mac with 4 meat patties and 4 buns! All American as can be in taste and quality, but double whammy!! Mainly only tourists eat this fare as it\’s too pricey by local Thai standards, but not rediculously expensive like in some European countries. Didnt see any pumpkin pies. Powdered fake OJ and flat soda is the norm. Coffee is fairly decent.

Korea has the Bulgogi burger and some sort of fake ground shimp burger which seems to be a mixture of unknown substances, but have the American style Big Mac and cheeseburgers which rule when youve gone months without a Western fix not involving rice and hot spicy fermented uknown substances or digusting quality fried things. No they dont have gimchee on the menu as expected. The juice is fresh style OJ and coffee is mediocre. Apple pies are on the menu, but never a pumpkin pie like back in the good ol US of A. Very low paid cooks at around $3/hour in one of the most expensive economies, but good service other than being skimpy on ketchup. Speaks English only in Itaewon, Seoul as employees typically come from low income families who couldnt afford English education. Cheaper than in America despite Korea being a fairly expensive developed economy. People budding in line in a selfish manner is common, but its ok to just physically block them or gently reposition yourself back in front of line jumpers. No need to allow space between you at the person ordering in front of you as that opens up a hole to be exploited by mindless drone like selfish people. No please stand behind the line or Abstand Halte!

Switzerland was the saltiest, but most expensive though the freshest piping hot made to order Big Mac combo. Appears to have very high standards supporting the expensive fast food prices. Highest paid fast food cooks? This is the land of the Rolex and big money though dont expect to go to make the big bucks as its only for those well heeled folks already established in the money. Perfect English speaking and understanding of tourists with no wierd awkwardness common in many countries. Probably most expensive as I paid US $13.50 some 14 years ago for a Big Mac combo while it was only like less than $3 at the time in the US.

Germany has beer! Interestingly, some of their McDonalds have the name plastered in multiple languages demonstrating how worldly, well traveled, educated, affluent, and cultured Germany really is. All Western style; no skimpy wierd fast ones, but prices are not cheap. Usually dont speak English, but probably know how to as its considered out place, clownish, to do so. Many easy convenient walk in locations in pedestrian zones like common in countries around the world except America. Many Germansy, like French, feel their language should be the global language; not English so they refuse to speak it.

Paris – Unfriendly and pricey. They know English, but usually wont speak and hold grudge attitudes. Super slow service in restaurants, often skimpy, unfriendly, and often something different than you ordered.

Western Europe locations – Often too crowded to the max with long ques. Easy to fit in with no awkwardness if youre white and wear super casual nonbrand clothing or locally bought clothing. This can get you better service everywhere while hiding the camera in your backpack.

Now, I only wish Taco Bell would go global as I consider it to be the best of fast food. Subway and Quiznos went global, but are skimpy and expensive such as common in Asian countries. Nothing beats the $5 footlongs back home heaped with healthy toppings. Ingredients are just simply more plentiful in America than typically seen anywhere else. I remember when the 1st Taco Bell opened in Germany back in the late 90s and waiting like 3 hours. Taco Bell used to be in places like Korea and other countries, but pulled out during the IMF crisis in 1999/2000. They actually had more Western and American made things in Asia 12 years ago than today, but McDonalds is a survivor. Dunno about regular customers though. I only eat it when on vacation or visiting a big city.

USA – It all depends on where you go, but usually the same menu though prices differ due to the stores being privately owned by franchisee business men. I prefer small town locations as theyre friendly and usually make it to order while the big cities have unhappy uneducated downtrodden type of employees serving up cold or old preprepared food with sanitation standards lacking to the 9th degree. Often intimidating environment in inner city locations, but OK in suburbs where everyone drives cars.

Big Mac Trotter

Jul 16th, 2009

Thailand has the double Mcfish and Double Big Mac with 4 meat patties and 4 buns! All American as can be in taste and quality, but double whammy!! Mainly only tourists eat this fare as its too pricey by local Thai standards, but not rediculously expensive like in some European countries. Didnt see any pumpkin pies. Powdered fake OJ and flat soda is the norm. Coffee is fairly decent.

Korea has the Bulgogi burger and some sort of fake ground shimp burger which seems to be a mixture of unknown substances, but have the American style Big Mac and cheeseburgers which rule when youve gone months without a Western fix not involving rice and hot spicy fermented uknown substances or digusting quality fried things. No they dont have gimchee on the menu as expected. The juice is fresh style OJ and coffee is mediocre. Apple pies are on the menu, but never a pumpkin pie like back in the good ol US of A. Very low paid cooks at around $3/hour in one of the most expensive economies, but good service other than being skimpy on ketchup. Speaks English only in Itaewon, Seoul as employees typically come from low income families who couldnt afford English education. Cheaper than in America despite Korea being a fairly expensive developed economy. People budding in line in a selfish manner is common, but its ok to just physically block them or gently reposition yourself back in front of line jumpers. No need to allow space between you at the person ordering in front of you as that opens up a hole to be exploited by mindless drone like selfish people. No please stand behind the line or Abstand Halte!

Switzerland was the saltiest, but most expensive though the freshest piping hot made to order Big Mac combo. Appears to have very high standards supporting the expensive fast food prices. Highest paid fast food cooks? This is the land of the Rolex and big money though dont expect to go to make the big bucks as its only for those well heeled folks already established in the money. Perfect English speaking and understanding of tourists with no wierd awkwardness common in many countries. Probably most expensive as I paid US $13.50 some 14 years ago for a Big Mac combo while it was only like less than $3 at the time in the US.

Germany has beer! Interestingly, some of their McDonalds have the name plastered in multiple languages demonstrating how worldly, well traveled, educated, affluent, and cultured Germany really is. All Western style; no skimpy wierd fast ones, but prices are not cheap. Usually dont speak English, but probably know how to as its considered out place, clownish, to do so. Many easy convenient walk in locations in pedestrian zones like common in countries around the world except America. Many Germansy, like French, feel their language should be the global language; not English so they refuse to speak it.

Paris – Unfriendly and pricey. They know English, but usually wont speak and hold grudge attitudes. Super slow service in restaurants, often skimpy, unfriendly, and often something different than you ordered.

Western Europe locations – Often too crowded to the max with long ques. Easy to fit in with no awkwardness if youre white and wear super casual nonbrand clothing or locally bought clothing. This can get you better service everywhere while hiding the camera in your backpack.

Now, I only wish Taco Bell would go global as I consider it to be the best of fast food. Subway and Quiznos went global, but are skimpy and expensive such as common in Asian countries. Nothing beats the $5 footlongs back home heaped with healthy toppings. Ingredients are just simply more plentiful in America than typically seen anywhere else. I remember when the 1st Taco Bell opened in Germany back in the late 90s and waiting like 3 hours. Taco Bell used to be in places like Korea and other countries, but pulled out during the IMF crisis in 1999/2000. They actually had more Western and American made things in Asia 12 years ago than today, but McDonalds is a survivor. Dunno about regular customers though. I only eat it when on vacation or visiting a big city.

USA – It all depends on where you go, but usually the same menu though prices differ due to the stores being privately owned by franchisee business men. I prefer small town locations as theyre friendly and usually make it to order while the big cities have unhappy uneducated downtrodden type of employees serving up cold or old preprepared food with sanitation standards lacking to the 9th degree. Often intimidating environment in inner city locations, but OK in suburbs where everyone drives cars.

lovin .it

Jul 23rd, 2009

the MCegg in the pic has a price tag in Malaysian currency RM.The McEgg is actually sold in malaysia,not uraguay

tZar

Jul 25th, 2009

But actually we DO have lots of stuff that other countries dont like

Chicken or \’Paneer\’(Cheese) McCurry pan: Basically curry mixed with stuff on bread
(http://image07.webshots.com/7/2/8/94/115128994oEzanr_ph.jpg)

Maharaja mac: As given above

plus v have stuff comin in n out (forgot them sadly)

dundun

Jul 30th, 2009

u,.. you dont have beer in us mcdonals?

here in spain they have beer too… but they dont know how to serve it…

Rajiv Sighamony

Aug 8th, 2009

Hi , a good collection, I feel hungry after watching all those menu. great post.

maryfer

Aug 18th, 2009

GOOOO Wendy’s

jj Bongshow

Sep 18th, 2009

hmmmmm, ich haber einen Mcfest Mahlzeit mit gros Pommes frites und einen gros Mcbier.

hmmmmm, i\’ll have a McFest meal with large fries and a large mcbeer

hmmmmm, well i know where im living for the rest of my life!

Tj

Sep 22nd, 2009

Some of you people need to learn to spell. I’m pretty sure no matter what country you are from computers are universal, therefore having spell check programs.

Big Mac Trotter, you were very helpful with my research for my marketing class. Thank you.

That is all.
-Tj

evviesands

Sep 27th, 2009

Interesting to know that MacHuevo is originally from Uruguay, where I live. I thought it’s an American invention, I think it’s served as part of MacDonald’s breakfast menu.
Plus, here they serve a special Mac, called MacMila, it’s a typical beef dish, a thin steak covered in egg mix and then bread crumbs and fried.
I think they used to serve beer here too, but they changed their policies a few years ago.

ruby

Oct 11th, 2009

HI,how nice thats picture.
its look delicious..
anyway,have you heard the Ayam Bubur McD ( porridge chicken McD)??
we have it in malaysia..
come and have it..enjoy urself..

i would to say thank you..
because it help me a lot in marketing project..
thank you McD!!

Glennoz7

Oct 14th, 2009

In Turkey there bis a McTurko
Kind of like a kebob, and really not bad…

Leather Directory

Oct 16th, 2009

McDonald\’s ice cream and shakes are the best

Tom

Oct 18th, 2009

I like bacon! Hey, lemme tell ya something. Bacon is good for me!

bailey

Oct 20th, 2009

yall need to sell some more chicken!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

american

Oct 25th, 2009

Some German McDonalds have beer you have to ask for it

jack

Oct 27th, 2009

the Rice Burger in Hong Kong is just a ‘limited time offer special’ which flopped years ago…

Jo.

Oct 30th, 2009

yeah……….. i live in the US and i go to long john silvers.

Fouly

Nov 13th, 2009

We do have McFlurry ( M&Ms — Oreo ) Hmmmmmmmm, BIG TASTY is da BEST

Vinod Singh Kashyap

Nov 28th, 2009

“Few people eat for living but I live for eating” – Mcdonald is the best whether east or west

teddy bear

Nov 28th, 2009

soo true! I love mcdonalds!

Seymor Butts

Nov 30th, 2009

I\’m part Costa Rican and I love the McPinto! It comes with fried eggs, tortillas and natilla, a sort of sour cream. It\’s for breakfast, and real good;^)

CMAR

Dec 4th, 2009

The sign for the McD in Israel is not in Arabic…it’s in Hebrew. Why did everyone miss that point?

daren jaglall

Dec 15th, 2009

we have big macs here in canada

Guest

Dec 16th, 2009

the megatomago was my favorite in Japan, they still have double big macs but havent seen the mega . . . It was three patties and an egg . . . YUM

Marlena

Dec 23rd, 2009

McD’s in hawaii serves spam, eggs and rice for breakfeast. even portugese sausage too.

JASMINE MAIRE MCDONALD

Dec 31st, 2009

HI MY LAST NAME IS MCDONALDS .BUT ITS NO BIGIE SOME TIMES PEOPLE MAKE FUN OF ME SOMETIMES NOT. ALTHOGH I MAKE FUN OF MYSELF SOMETIMS TOO. PS I LOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVE MCDONALS. OH ,YA KIDS AT MY SCHOOL CALL ME MICKIE-DS

waterslide9

Jan 1st, 2010

Mc Donalds Indonesia has Mc Chicken (Indonesian style) that is very tasty & delicious.

Emily

Jan 3rd, 2010

Okayy well first of all you people got it ALLL wrong the best McDonalds is in AMERICA!!!

ella

Jan 7th, 2010

hankering for a big mac now… mmmmmm…..

South African McChris

Jan 9th, 2010

In China u get the McDog burger. It is very expensive, due to the fact that dogs are almost extinct in China. They also have the McPet which is usually a surprise McMeal!!!

Habibullah

Jan 19th, 2010

I am glad McDonald’s is a great restaurant serving fast food around the world. McDonald services and supply fast food has barely touched many cultures.
It is my request to Ray Kroc Open an Restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan who they make of restaurant.

Habibullah

Jan 19th, 2010

I am glad McDonald\’s is a great restaurant serving fast food around the world. McDonald services and supply fast food has barely touched many cultures.
It is my request to Ray Kroc Open an Restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan who they make of restaurant.

Joe

Feb 2nd, 2010

McDonald’s is like an old friend… It never lets you down – as long as you don’t eat it more than once (or twice) a week…. a nice spliff of some high-grade herb with a side of BigMac and fries makes for a good relaxing evening after a long day at work!! :)

morgan

Feb 11th, 2010

this look good where is polands food????:)

John Doe

Feb 26th, 2010

I live in Mandarin and we have the McCat. Which is a burger with cat meat.

John Doe

Feb 26th, 2010

Two all cat patties, special sauce, lettuce, whiskers, all on a sesame seed bun.

Zucchini

Mar 2nd, 2010

I would love a Big Mac with Beer!

quebecc gally :)

Mar 4th, 2010

lmfao.
yeah a poutine is made with gravy. not BBQ sauce? haha. yeah one guy got it. if you want to try a poutine dont try it here..
get it at La Belle Province or other local places in Quebec. Everywhere else americanizes it. Outside of Quebec, even in other Canadian places it’s still not the same. It has to be good fries (not thin mcdonalds ones packed with salt), GRAVY, real good poutine gravy and curried cheese( not mozerella or cheddar)

seth

Mar 5th, 2010

MY NAME ED!!!

mac

Mar 8th, 2010

i love the mclak

chirag

Mar 11th, 2010

i love mc chicken burger available in india..it ha got awsum mayonaise..n the buger has a peppery effect. i m lovin it

Joseph

Mar 12th, 2010

you guys to know that writing isn’t Arabic right? It is Hebrew.

kenny

Mar 15th, 2010

i think you guys are all crazy!!!! mcdonalds rocks! i live in the usa

aaron

Mar 17th, 2010

josh’s mum

Adrian

Mar 17th, 2010

McMothernoy hmmmm bit too fishy though

d'fizzo

Mar 19th, 2010

in the philippines they serve fried chicken with rice or sphagetti and gravy. and they also have this dish called pancit malabon.

Yvonne

Mar 26th, 2010

That McEgg from Uruguay picture… The price is in RM, that’s Malaysia.. We have it here!

Cassius

Apr 1st, 2010

That writing on the Israeli Mcdonalds is in Hebrew, not Arabic…

grover

Apr 6th, 2010

that’s why Mcdonalds Japan is #2 in the world
http://www.japansugoi.com/wordpress/japan-has-most-mcdonalds-after-usa/

adrianar

Apr 14th, 2010

YOU PEOPLE HONESTLY ARE STUPID. READING YOUR COMMENT MAKES ME SIC. YES – IT IS TRUE, THERE ARE ARABS IN ISRAEL, BUT I SPEAK ARABIC AND THAT IS NOT ARABIC! THAT IS HEBREW…AND LET ME GUESS, YOU IDIOTS DON’T EVEN KNOW WHAT HEBREW IS!

J Nadeau

Apr 14th, 2010

Well some things never change. Paris McDonalds were overpriced in 2002 and the attitudes were smug, rude and when I asked a question in English, the ignoring became flagrant. My husband has a French heritage name and I found during my visit there the basic attitude of the French to be unfriendly. Sure did not make one proud.

max svarz

Apr 18th, 2010

i speak hebrew

somone

Apr 21st, 2010

Here in…wherever i live they serve $h|t in a bun. But it tastes like it was made by god almighty

MCHANGI

Apr 28th, 2010

Okay enough with the BORING comments about Arabic and Israel etc etc this is about weird McDonalds food. WE GET IT THE WRITING IS ARABIC! SO WHAT!?? You all think you’re so wise and wordly but I bet you dont even know what a Maori is.

NE WAY…So in NZ we have the Angus Burger made from special Angus cow beef meat, its like speciality meat here!! Its YUMMEH!

no

Apr 28th, 2010

OH but we need a McHangi burger – now can anyone tell me what a Hangi is??

Heres a clue you would need to cook your burger under a pile of dirt! Sort of come out with a smokey earthy taste! and dont forget the rewana buns! YUM

MCHANGI

Apr 28th, 2010

OH but we need a McHangi burger – now can anyone tell me what a Hangi is??

Heres a clue you would need to cook your burger under a pile of dirt! Sort of come out with a smokey earthy taste! and dont forget the rewana buns! YUM

Spinoza

May 7th, 2010

In Italy very few people go to McDonald’s… our own cuisine is too good to waste a meal at McD…

Anonymous Eranimus

May 14th, 2010

I would like to try a japanese rice burger, that seems quite different and looks yummy. I haven’t been to McDonalds for like a long time, but after seeing these images of food from all over the world, i feel hungry. lol

Anonymous FU

May 14th, 2010

my bad. I meant the Hong Kong\’s McDonalds rice burger. sorry and just to be random——> I\’d like to promote an upcoming film that is called THE LAST AIRBENDER (cheers) and I would recommend that u guys watch the t.v. series of it for which it is based on. OK….

Subliminal messages

May 16th, 2010

Does mcdonald’s have any connection to Sexy Subliminal messages

??????????????

May 20th, 2010

everyone who eats cat and dog burgers is sooooooooo nasty u guys r sick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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May 20th, 2010

ewwwwww u guys r so nast y would u eat cats and dogs really ewwwwwwwwwwww y cant u be normal

Bite Me

May 20th, 2010

WHY Would You Eat Cats And Or Dogs? Really, EW! Why Cant People Just be Normal And Eat Beef Or Chicken?!

Mow

May 22nd, 2010

Actually, the McDonald’s rice burger was from Taiwan, and then it spread out to Hong Kong and Singapore. The rice burger is really good.

Jose

Jun 3rd, 2010

In Spain they serve gazpacho soup (only in summer) and beer all the year. In China they have a huge option of chicken burgers as they are not big fans of beef.

Angie

Jun 6th, 2010

It is an enthocentric idea to believe that a cat or dog is terrible to eat. I myself would not eat it because it is not in my culture to do so. However in other cultures where such things are plentiful and in their history there was nothing else, you should leave your ignorance behind you. I am just tired of people degrading others for their culinary choices based on factless, bias, non information.

As for Mcdonalds food being a pollutant to ones body, to each their own. You decide how healthy or unhealthy you would like to eat. That is your own personal agenda.

The world is a mecca of different foods. Just pick what you want and leave everyone else alone.

Emily marshall

Jun 9th, 2010

You should have mac’s in the UK!

ex-mcD's fan

Jun 10th, 2010

wow. this thread has been going almost 3 yrs, incredible.

Ok, for the Israeli McDonald’s pic…don’t you guys think that it is possible that at one time who ever posted this article had a different pic up there with Arabic writing instead of Hebrew? and then saw that people saw his mistake and then corrected it?? I mean why else would this go on for over a year without someone noticing that it was Hebrew and not Arabic? Food for thought…no pun intended.

Anyways, watch Super-size Me, McDonald’s is sick and I only eat there as a last resort, but McDonald’s in other countries have been a much better experience than the US mcdonald’s.

andrew

Jun 11th, 2010

guys,the one in israel is in hebrew. not arabic. you are retarded. and it says mcdonalds. idiots.

Lautaro!

Jun 12th, 2010

hey i live in argentina and there are kosher mcdonalds here

Denise from Australia

Jun 16th, 2010

In Australia we have nutritional information posted on every wrapper, if you order something that is high in fat they stick a docket on the wrapper with a reminder of how high the fat content is and we also have lo-fat meals including fruit (real) and salads including caesar salad with or without bacon. Drinks are coke and other carbonated flavours, shakes, coffee, fruit juice or water. Every burger is made when you order it so you can add or remove anything you want from the burger. We also call it MACCA’S not Micky D’s

FaceOff

Jun 20th, 2010

amilia snow

Jun 20th, 2010

absolutely educating…hahaha

McDoogle

Jun 21st, 2010

I love this page. McDonalds = diversity? Now there’s a revelation!

alwinadityo

Jul 28th, 2010

in indonesia, probably the most unique menu on mcdonalds is Ayam Goreng, or Fried Chicken, which is usually served with rice.

o7Lucy

Aug 9th, 2010

Love this article. Great work.

Hungry One

Aug 19th, 2010

That McLobster Roll actually looks kind of tasty.

Vega

Aug 21st, 2010

What about South Korea? They have the bulgogi burger, the big bulogogi burger, a shrimp burger, and green tea McFlurries. Plus, they have home delivery service. Dial a number, order your food, and it’s at your doorstep in about ten or 15 minutes, provided you can speak a little Korean.

Rashid

Aug 31st, 2010

i have lived in hong kong all my life n we never had rice in burgers. might be talking about china.

denise

Sep 24th, 2010

this was a good site for some information ! thank you !

lucia anna

Sep 24th, 2010

Excellent

Yemmy

Sep 24th, 2010

Wii,

Africa is not a country you ignorant bum.

Justin Beiber

Sep 29th, 2010

We, the people of madagascar believe that their should be a McMadagascar Mini Buger. Since there is only one McDonald’s around the corner of my house, I would appreciate that I get the food that my daily needs require. I think the McMadagascar should be made of BANANAS and MAPLE SYRUP from Canada, the wondorus city of multiculturalism. I also think that the people here deserve to be SERVED better with the McDonalds food. WE NEED MORE RESTAURANTS !! please send some more McChickens from the holly country of McDonalds where everyone is freakisly FAT from the fake patties. YUUUUMMM … & can i order some liquior ? ;)

Marietta

Oct 1st, 2010

I love it! What you can get around the world just blew me away!

bb

Oct 12th, 2010

i love McDonald but looking at all the diffrent stuff mackes me think that we are not the only country with McDonald yupp <3 :P

Sebastien

Oct 15th, 2010

In france we have the “Mc Deluxe” (burger with mustard sauce), The “Croque McDo” a sort of “Croque-monsieur”
And the “Big tasty” With a grilled meat flavoured sauce

tamyla

Oct 18th, 2010

nossa que lindo

Jeannot Lapinot

Oct 23rd, 2010

I live in the province of Québec, in Montréal, And the poutine at McDonald\’s is a joke. It\’s a mistake to call it poutine in the first place. Because poutine is not made with simple bbq sauce but witn poutine sauce…. and don\’t ask me how it\’s made haha. But the greatest poutine in Montréal if you\’re in the area it\’s at La Banquise (994 Rachel Est, near Metro Mont-Royal).

And I\’ve never seen a freakin\’ McLobster in my life, so no McHomard either.

Anyway, better stick with the McChicken burger, it\’s tha best.

john

Oct 26th, 2010

Hi charlle wath the problem :D

Citizen

Oct 27th, 2010

This article deserves so many comments, because is an amazing article.

kamlesh786

Nov 11th, 2010

great post , i like MC Donald.
http://hottends001.blogspot.com

rivet32

Nov 18th, 2010

I thought that the Lobster Roll was actually cool; I love Lobster a lot. I do not like Guacamole tho. I’ll pass LOL
Thanks for the article!

Sweet girl

Dec 4th, 2010

Great content..

Would you like to check my new blog which I created 3 months ago..

http://itsmeyourmentor.blogspot.com

gaby7

Dec 28th, 2010

McDonalds is irresistable-even if you are forbidden by taboo-given the right opportunity, you could get tempted to test a McDonalds

Aditya

Jan 8th, 2011

IN INDIA we have chicken salsa wrap , pizza mc puff and chicken mac maharaja (two patties of chicken) which is diffrent from whole world

peter66

Jan 12th, 2011

We had the McPork in the mid 90s (Germany). I loved it.

ShelbyD

Feb 15th, 2011

Do yall not have a life? Why would yall sit here and comment on this?

Shelby

Feb 15th, 2011

Do yall not have a life? Why would yall sit here and comment on this?

martha

Mar 3rd, 2011

shelby you r stupid/beer at mcds brought me here/and did you see the ice cream sundas in the waffle cones/heaven

Tes

Mar 6th, 2011

This is so amazing. It must be fun traveling around the world tasting strange Mcdonald menu.
I’m sharing this link in my blog…I hope you don’t mind :)

Andrew

Mar 23rd, 2011

Heh heh. Awesome. We’ve listed some more here too – http://triphunter.co.uk/10-weirdest-mcdonalds-menu-items/

The Chicken Maharaja looks epic!

Susana

Mar 29th, 2011

Hello any body there from united Kigdom? can you tell me is the menu fron Mac Donald in United Kigdom serve rice?

Joy

Apr 23rd, 2011

No thy dnt serve rice in mcd uk… Nd I used lv Mcaloo tikki whn I ws in India . This burger ws d bst n u cn hv two burgers in one pound tht ws yummy . Being a vegetarian I miss it a lot here in uk. N cn hv only mc veggie deli. Which is nowhr around vegi burger in India. I wish thy launch it here…

Bamzy

Jun 30th, 2011

In Hawaii we have spam eggs and rice as a breakfast item and kona coffee. :)

Erin

Jul 7th, 2011

victor brenes

Aug 20th, 2011

bien por incluir el gallo pinto en Costa Rica es de alto valor proteico y nuestro plato favorito en el desayuno

jim miller

Sep 6th, 2011

beer in germany, i have to go there :D

Per

Sep 17th, 2011

You are right about India. But thats not all. We have Mc.Veggie. In fact we also have vegetarian Kentucky Fried Chicken.

brandon

Oct 3rd, 2011

in china we have mcdog it is golden retriever it tastes so good

brandon stolk

Oct 3rd, 2011

hey im brandon i like men

$quirt

Oct 3rd, 2011

okokokokok!

marka

Oct 3rd, 2011

taylor gang <333333333333333333333333333333333333333333

Gasdjgyu

Oct 3rd, 2011

dsgsdgs -hi

$quirt

Oct 3rd, 2011

NO MCDOGS !!!!!!
LOL

moncler online

Oct 11th, 2011

Thanks for your sharing,I will pay more attentions to your blog.

James Oberholtzer

Nov 18th, 2011

wow America’s McDonalds is so lame compared to all these other countries and what they serve. I’m going back to Germany.

elina

Nov 23rd, 2011

McDonald in Indonesia also have fried chicken.

purplepromise

Nov 29th, 2011

omg I totally love this!!! i just petted my pet unicorn with veronica<3 my bfffffffffssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

McJimmy

Dec 8th, 2011

I recall Samurai Fries in Singapore. Furikake (seaweed)sprinkled on french fries.* Delicious

lawn mower

Dec 15th, 2011

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other mcdonalds suck around the world besides, australia and usa

Jan 19th, 2012

nothing beats the Australian Mcdonald it is one of the best, come and try,

and you all made me sick reading all this bullshit you all wright get a life LOSERS.

but still come and try Australian and try Mcdonald

person

Jan 27th, 2012

I have had the McLobster Roll when I visited Maine too. It is really good! I wish that it was in all of the us stores.

Alan

Feb 8th, 2012

I`m from Argentina and lately here we can order a burger but instead of fries we can have a really small salad. And also the happy meal comes with slices of apple as a dessert.

paingpoing

Feb 13th, 2012

i’m from newkali bengladesso and alaykandi baresallo here we can order n serve it ‘”i kichhi burger “as your acceptation requirment..moor info: Mr: jiblapotang thanx

mcdiks

Feb 14th, 2012

i live in a country where Mcdonalds is normal..

Jaz

Feb 26th, 2012

Until you actually work at a McDonalds you dont exactly know how the burgers are made. I work at McDonalds in Melbourne, Australia & the burgers are always made FRESH! Everything is always made FRESH! & of course the burgers arnt made if they havent been ordered easy as that. So quit with the judgement

me

Mar 10th, 2012

Great, Vanessa. Why don’t you just shelter your kids so that they turn out to be horrible adults because they never saw anything done in moderation. Stupid Bitch.

Voice of Inteligence

May 23rd, 2012

For all you idiots who keep asking why the McDonalds in Isreal’s sign is in Arabic; it’s not. That sign is written in Hebrew, the language of Isreal and the Jewish people.

Jeff Schmitz

Sep 5th, 2012

The McDonalds restaurant in Oakbrook Ill at the headquarters also serves beer and wine

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