Fast Foods Gone Global
From McDonald's in Marrakech offering the McArabia to Dunkin’ Donuts in Dubai serving date donuts, American fast-food chains adapt their menus to celebrate the local flavors of Africa and the Middle East.Go to Episode
A local favorite with 12 restaurants across the country, this steakhouse serves fresh-grilled Moroccan food of many varieties, including a brochette of skewered meat with Moroccan spices.
15 Rue Ibn Hanbal
Located at the foot of Table Mountain, the view from this McDonald’s is unparalleled, while locals and tourists embrace the food, such as the McFeast hamburger with South African barbecue flavoring.
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Cape Town, South Africa
Going to McDonald’s is often a family outing; customers can enjoy a traditional Big Mac or tastes unique to this corner of the world, such as the McArabia made with either spiced chicken or beef and topped with tahini sauce.
Place 16 Novembre
Boulevard Mohamed V, Gueliz
Just as in other parts of the world, McDonald’s does its best to create mouthwatering dishes that keep the locals coming back. They also deliver to your door!
HRH Queen Rania Al Abdullah Street
Mississippi Fried Chicken
This local chain restaurant has 3 locations island-wide, offering burgers, pizzas and deep-fried chicken.
Max Plaza, Royal Road
The Noodle House
With 16 locations throughout the Middle East, this local restaurant chain offers Southeast Asian-inspired street food dishes, from dim sum to noodles with duck.
Jumeirah Emirates Towers
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