Fast Foods Gone Global
Traditional dishes and local cultures influence flavors at American fast food chains throughout Asia, with menu items like McDonald's bulgogi burger in Seoul and Baskin Robbins’ kiwi sorbet in Japan.Go to Episode
This US import makes dishes with sweet and savory mixes and offers halal meat consistent with Islamic laws.
MG 67, 69 & 71
Jl. Kartika Plaza
Baba Rafi Carts
This local chain takes “fast food” seriously by offering items quickly on-the-go so customers never have to get off their motorbikes.
Jl. No Waribang. 1 A Kesiman – Denpasar
Shooting Star, a swirl of vanilla and blueberry ice cream with popping candies, takes dessert to a new level of texture, but unfortunately you won’t find it in the US.
Seoul, South Korea
It takes over 2 hours to prepare the creamy custard filling for the cream puffs made by this local chain.
2F 8-3 JR Kyoto Station Square in Asti town
Café Coffee Day
Veg Puffs, filled with potatoes and cheese, and samosas, a deep-fried fritter with cumin and pomegranate seeds, are among the menu items found at this local chain.
Connaught Circle, Inner Circle
New Delhi, 110001, India
Coca-Cola brews unique flavors specifically to compliment the cuisine of India. Flavors include Maaza, made from mango juice, and Limpca, a tart lemonade.
Throughout New Delhi, India
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