With more than 36,000 locations in more than 100 countries, McDonald’s has become one of the most pervasive brands in the world. This does not mean that you will find the same menu in all McDonald’s, however. Instead, the fast food chain seems to be carefully adapting its menus to meet the needs of the various communities it serves.
Classics like the Big Mac are still present in some places, but unexpected changes in existing rates – as well as surprising additions to the menu! – have become the standard in McDonald’s restaurants around the world.
Before ordering your umpteenth quarter pound, take a moment to review some of the most popular dishes available to McDonald’s lovers around the world.
In India, curried vegetables cooked in a cream sauce are found inside a crispy “frying pan” made of bread. This item is on the vegetarian menu of McDonald’s restaurants in India, because if you can’t eat meat, you can at least eat the bowl in which you received your food. McDonald’s vegetarian dishes were first installed in religious pilgrimage sites in India – after a long and tiring spiritual journey, why not fill up with meat-free fast food?