McMenu in every country in the world
A few days ago, María Victoria published a very interesting post in the Traveler's Diary about the different types of menus that you can have at McDonald's depending on where you are in the world.
The news seemed very curious to me and I wanted to share it with you because I had read somewhere that the hamburger imposed by this type of restaurant chain is a symbol used by other cultures, religions, etc. as an attack on the so-called western culture. And it seems that they adapt quite well to the cultural idiosyncrasies of each place.
In this way we can find such different menus depending on whether we are in Canada with lobster burgers, Jerusalem or Buenos Aires kosher burgers, India where cows are sacred so there are burgers made with legumes and spices, Singapore with rice buns and mushrooms and specialty drinks, Philippines with a banana-based kerchup, etc. An infinite list of different places and specialties. If you are curious, do not hesitate to visit the Traveler's Diary.
Photo | Thiago Hirai Via | Traveler's Diary En Directo al Paladar | Visit to the McDonald's hamburger factory (I) Directly to the Paladar | Visit to the McDonald's hamburger factory, and II
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