Like the American KFC Double Down, the Korean version also has no bread and two chicken patties instead. Unlike it, however, they went the extra mile and threw a beef patty in the middle. Go big or go home?
Why you would want a Chicken Nugget Burger instead of a regular chicken patty is beyond me, but if that's your style then Burger King in the UK has you covered.
A regular ol' egg and cheese from McDonald's, except in New Zealand you can order it with Hollandaise sauce.
Dunkin Donuts in Korea offers Kimchi Croquettes. Would you be willing to eat a pickled cabbage donut?
The McSbrinz is found in Switzerland, and is named after the rolled Sbrinz cheese you see placed atop of the patty.
Speaking of the KFC Double Down, you can get a Double Down Dog in the Philippines.
The Ovomaltine McFlurry is exactly what it sounds like -- McFlurry ice cream mixed with Ovomaltine (chocolate drink powder.) You can order one in Brazil.
Curried vegetables baked in a cream sauce with its own bread bowl 'pan' that you can eat. The 'McCurry Pan' is, predictably, found in India.
The Sausage and Egg Twisty Pasta Breakfast sounds like it would come from Italy, when in fact you can find it in China.
You can find the Crazy Cheesy Bacon Crust Pizza at Pizza Huts in Puerto Rico. It's basically a pepperoni pizza with mini pizzas as the crust...plus a helluva lot of bacon.