American chains are exporting more than just their classic burgers and fries to Latin America. They’re adapting to local tastes by offering Latin American favorites such as empanadas at McDonald's in ...Go to Episode
This ice cream favorite offers 31 flavors, including ones unique only to Mexico.
Porfirio Diaz No 133
Col Del Valle, Mexico D.F
Cp 3100, Mexico City, Mexico
This homegrown restaurant chain challenges its customers to submit their own creations, such as La Pobre or “Poor Man’s Burger” topped with plantains and a fried egg.
Av. Larco cuadra 10
Casa de Toño
This restaurant serves Pozole, a typical Mexican soup of cream corn, vegetables, meats, fried pork skin and hominy in a tomato base spiced with Bajio chile. Wash it down with a Sidral Mundet beverage (a sparkling pasteurized apple juice).
Col. Santa Ma. Insurgentes
Mexico City, Mexico
Doggis and Juan Maestro
Everyone knows and loves Chile’s largest fast food hot dog chain, Doggis, and its sister restaurant, Juan Maestro, which specializes in meat sandwiches.
Mall Plaza Vespucio, Ave
Vicuña Mackenna N° 7110
La Florida, Santiago, Chile
In Santiago, more sandwiches are sold than pizza at this popular chain.
Compania de jesus (ricardo cumming)
This pizza chain not only has unique toppings and combinations, but has also added its own special touch to the crust by making their pizzas square.
Elmer Faucett 398
Lima 32, Peru