RexTalionis: KFC in China, as I recall, sells primarily chicken sandwiches.
probesport: What do they call the Whopper?
BitwiseShift: Hell, you can't even walk into a McDonalds in Cleveland and ask for a Steamer.
theurge14: Is there a Clan McDonald in Ireland that everyone makes fun of?
Walker: probesport: What do they call the Whopper?"Say what again"[img.photobucket.com image 144x186]
FawnLiebowitz: I have an urge to try poutine.
swankywanky: theurge14: Is there a Clan McDonald in Ireland that everyone makes fun of?there is, but it's actually spelled McDowell's there:-)
probesport: swankywanky: theurge14: Is there a Clan McDonald in Ireland that everyone makes fun of?there is, but it's actually spelled McDowell's there:-)Ah yes, the Golden Arc
wippit: Came here for Krusty's "Partially Gelatinated, Non-Dairy, Gum-Based Beverages", leaving confused.Shakes? You don't even know what you're getting.
swankywanky: to the Amsterdam Farkers, do they still have the Febo automats? That was a great chicken sandwich - at least that's what I told myself at 4:00am/and if Dunkins' does not break out those Cheese Monkey and Choco Banana donuts ASAP I'm gonna have to head back up to Braintree and smack some folks around
UberDave: That's what I remember of them in England. But I didn't really go in. I just kind of poked my head to take a look at the menu and it looked to be mostly sandwiches and salads
Rik01: Read it all before. Some of the items might be interesting to try here in the US but it got me thinking: what foreign fast food places exist and are any of them in the US?I mean, the US alone can't have provided fast food to the world. (If so, that might be a good reason for other nations to hate us.)I've watched 'Bizarre Foods' but eating rotten meat preserved in grease or stopping to get some deep fried spiders from a road cart, covered with blood sauce, isn't what I mean.What are the equivalent, commercial 'fast food' places in other nations?Is there a Wong Fu's deep fried duck? KiKi's Sticky Rice Balls? Mohammed's Original Cuscus? Hadji's Home Cooked curry? Steinberger's Traditional Kosher lochs and bagels?You can skip the Central Asian Balute. (Duck embryos nearly ready to hatch, boiled alive then served in the shell, beak and all.)
EatCritAndDie: Article missed an easy one, McDonald's in Guam makes SPAM apart of several meals, especially breakfast ones.[blob-s-docs.googlegroups.com image 640x480]
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