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
The local taste for pumpkin hash is satisfied at this Popeyes, which replaces their signature mashed potatoes.
Seoul, South Korea
Catering to local tastes, Subway has adapted its menu items to attract egg-lovers.
The Central #01-66
6 Eu Tong Sen St
Western flavors converge with Japanese flavors at Subway in Kyoto.
1F, Sanjodori Higashino Toin Higashi Iru Hishiya-cho 43-1
Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
No pork is served on the menu at Subway in New Delhi, but there are plenty of vegetarian options.
8C Khan Market Balbir Singh
New Delhi, India
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