Explore the exotic and quirky cuisines of the world with the help of McDonald’s.
The Gratin Korokke Burger (Japan)
In McDonald’s Japan, the Gratin Korokke Burger consists of breaded shrimp and mashed potato patty, macaroni, shredded cabbage, and katsu sauce. This is usually served during the winter season.
Sausage and Egg Twisty Pasta (Hong Kong)
This hot soup, similar to our sopas, is usually served for breakfast. It consists of noodles, a poached egg, and greens in chicken broth served with either a sizzling sausage patty or a grilled chicken breast.
Chicken McCurry Pan (India)
This baked dish comes in a rectangular shaped soup bowl made of dough which is filled to the brim with chicken chunks, melted cheese, bell peppers, cheese, basil, oregano, and thyme all in a rich tomato-curry sauce.
Africa & the Middle East
McArabia (Saudi Arabia)
The McArabia Sandwich comes in two varieties: grilled chicken or grilled kofta (spiced beef). Whichever type you choose, the sandwich always comes with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and garlic-mayo wrapped in pita bread.
The Recette Moutarde (Morocco)
The Recette Moutarde (“The Mustard Burger”) contains a thick beef patty, topped with tomatoes, onions, mustard-mayo dressing, melted Swiss and cheddar cheese. This is served in a perfectly toasted ciabatta bun.
McDonald’s Gazpacho Soup (Spain)
The Gazpacho is a classic Spanish soup served chilled. It has chopped tomatoes, cucumber, onions, peppers, celery, and is flavored with lemon juice and Tabasco. This delicious soup is only available during the summer months.
Croque McDo (France)
Based on the delightful Croque Monseiur, a food staple in most French homes, the Croque Mcdo is made of slices of ham and melted emmental cheese sandwiched between two pieces of crisply toasted bread.
McDonald’s Festive Pie (England)
Almost every season, McDonald’s in the UK comes out with all sorts of pies – from the sweet dessert pies to the savory dinner pies. During the holidays in England, McDonald’s serves the traditionally English mincemeat and custard pie known as the Festive Pie.
McPinto (Costa Rica)
Inspired by the national dish of Costa Rica, the Gallopinto, the McPinto mainly consists of rice and spiced black beans and is served with scrambled eggs and plantains, topped with a dollop of sour cream.
McCafe Chirimoya Durazno Smoothie (Chile)
This truly refreshing Chilean drink is like the ideal summer smoothie. It is the perfect blend of crushed fresh peaches and cherimoya (a tropical fruit native to Chile, Ecuador, and Peru) which is said to taste like a blend of banana, pineapple, and strawberry.
This famous Mexican snack is given a good ‘ol McDonald’s twist with the mollete served on two English muffin halves topped with refried beans, melted American cheese, and a generous serving of salsa.
The McLobster (Canada)
The McLobster is McDonald’s own version of, yup, you guessed it – the classic New England Lobster Roll. Only available seasonally, this hearty sandwich is packed with fresh-out-of-the-sea lobster meat lightly dressed in their special sauce, and served in a toasted bun.
What other McDonald’s dish abroad have you tried?