The Weirdest McDonald's Foods From Around The World

Mark-Potts by Mark-Potts on Jul. 24, 2013

McDonald's might be an American company but now they are all over the world. And to compete, they have to serve more than just burgers and fries. The company has taken cultural influences into consideration and crafted some unique items for specific areas of the world. Some of them we want in America, some of them we never want to think about again.

The McShrimp Burger (Japan)

 

The McLobster

This is only available in Maine and other areas of America's northeast. That's probably for the best.

 

Bacon Pie (Japan)

 

Bits of bacon in a potato-like substance? Yum!

Seaweed-Flavored Fries (Japan)

 

The Samurai Pork Burger (Thailand)

Pork, teriyaki sauce, lettuce, tomato, onions, and mayo. That actually sounds delicious.

 

The McBean (Sweden)

An burger made from beans. Truly un-American.

 

The McBaguette (France)

All I can think about with this sandwich is this:

 

Bubur Ayam McD (Malaysia)

A porridge that comes with chicken. No thanks.

 

Chicken McDo with Spaghetti (Philippines)

 

Corn Instead of Fries (Asia)

In Asia, you can substitute corn for fries if you are a sadist.

 

Georgie Pie (New Zealand)

It's basically a pot pie which means it's delicious and totally not unhealthy at all.

 

Beer

Beer is served in McDonald's locations across Europe. WHAT THE HELL, AMERICAN McDONALD'S?

Any of these you want to try (besides the beer?)

- Mark (twitter)

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