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.
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.