Fast Foods Gone Global: Europe Pictures

From the McTurco in Istanbul to dumplings with beef heart in Prague, Europe puts its own spin on American fast food.
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Fresh tortilla chips are topped with Spanish ham at 100 Montaditos, a fast food restaurant in Barcelona.

Pret A Manger, which means “ready to eat,” is London’s most popular local fast food chain, serving local, fresh and healthy meals.

A ferry passes under the famed Charles Bridge in picturesque Prague.

A cook unveils a cauldron filled with dumplings and beef heart at Havelska Koruna, a fast food canteen in Prague.

Patrons enjoy their sandwiches at Quick, a Parisian burger chain that has more than 400 hundred locations.

A small plate of montaditos -- small Spanish sandwiches -- at 100 Montaditos fast food chain in Barcelona.

The crew shoots Gaudi’s famed Sagrada Familia, a cherished landmark in Barcelona.

A sampling of the many montaditos served at 100 Montaditos in Barcelona. These small sandwiches come in vegetable, meat and fish varieties.

A Londoner enjoys a hot slice of Domino's tandoori chicken pizza, which features chicken marinated in yogurt and Indian spices.

The McTurco, a McDonalds specialty in Istanbul, Turkey, is a beef or chicken patty with hot red pepper sauce served on pita bread.

Istanbul’s stunning cityscape.

A fresh Mediterranean pizza at a Pizza Hut in Istanbul.

Simit, a crispy, sesame Turkish bagel, is served fresh with tomatoes and cheese at Simit Sarayi in Istanbul.