Most of us know the McDonald’s menu off by heart, and very rarely even bother looking up at the screens before we place our order.
But, as soon as you jump on a plane and head to a different country you’re presented with a whole selection of new options to pick from.
While the restaurants themselves look pretty much the same wherever you go, the food you can eat there is very, very different.
Some countries have some items we’re very, very jealous of and would happily campaign to have them added to UK menus, others are slightly odd…
We’ve had a look at some of the weird and wonderful McDonald’s treats you can try around the world.
Yep, that’s a McDonald’s spagbol – and it appears to be served in an actual bowl.
It’s served to customers in the Philippines, and while we can’t imagine why you order the classic Italian dish in a fast food burger restaurant, it’s apparently a big hit.
It’s often served with a bit of fried chicken on the side. Naturally…
Chicken Curry Breakfast Burger
Forget the McMuffin, if you pop into a McDonald’s in Sinapore before 10am you can get your hands on one of these morning meals.
Yep, that’s a chicken curry burger for brekkie.
We feel Germany is just showing off a bit here – Camembert?!
We’re very jealous of this delicious side dish, which is served with a cranberry sauce dip pot.
Each serving contains six of the deep-fried treat – delicious!
Roasted Sesame Ebi Burger
We have the Fillet-O-Fish, but Japan has a shrimp burger.
The online description states: “Joyful flavours are made of these! Bite into the new Roasted Sesame Ebi Burger for a taste of juicy shrimp in lightly crunchy patty topped with roasted sesame mayo that’s sure to cheer up your appetite!”
Sausage and Egg Twisty Pasta
As McDonald’s food goes, this one could be, in our opinion, one of the weirdest.
This meal is served in Hong Kong and they also do a version with grilled chicken.
It’s pretty much what it says, pasta in a broth with a fresh farm egg and a think slice of ham.
While it’s popular with diners there, we’re not sure how well it would go down in the UK.
The Ikasumi Burger
This interesting looking burger was a Halloween special in Japan.
The Ikasumi burger – which means squid ink – is served in a black bun with two beef patties, cheese and friend onions.
Creamy Herb Chicken Pie
This tasty treat is also on sale in Singapore.
One reviewer wrote: “Trying the first ever savory Creamy Herb Chicken pie from McDonald’s.
“The typical crusty and crackly fried shell is replaced with a flakier spiral crust. It’s stuffed with a creamy filling of potatoes, onions, mushrooms, and carrots.”
Scrambled Egg Burger
Ever been sad at not having enough scrambled egg in your McDonald’s brekkie?
Well, you might need to jump on a plane and head to Singapore to try their Scrambled Egg Burger.
The online description states: “There’s nothing quite like a soft and fluffy Scrambled Egg Burger morning to remind you of home.
“Be sure to make your way before it makes its way out!”
And if you can’t decide between sweet or savory?
Don’t worry, Japan has the answer with this questionable offering. Yep – there are chips covered in chocolate sauce.
That’s white and milk chocolate sauce to cover all bases.
So, fancy any of these dishes? Or would you rather just stick to your Big Mac?