It’s certainly hard to go wrong with fried chicken, so I get it.
I was quickly scanning the menu at McDonald’s during a stopover at the Bangkok airport, and I saw that they had a savoury pie on the menu.
I almost did a double take. Wait, what? Did I just see that? I glanced around to confirm that I was looking the McDonald’s menu. And yep, there it was: the Chicken BBQ Pie.
McDonald’s in Indonesia might just sell the best thing I’ve ever tasted at a McDonald’s. It’s kind of crazy how good it is.
Not to be confused with Mary Brown’s, a Canadian fried chicken chain, Marrybrown is a Malaysian fried chicken chain (seriously: how is this a coincidence? I don’t buy it) that’s been around since 1981.
I’ve been seeing a lot of ads for KFC Malaysia’s Parmesan Truffle Crunch. It certainly looks good; I figured I may as well give it a shot.
It was one of the worst meals I’ve had in a long, long time.
I wasn’t really planning on revisiting McDonald’s in Malaysia, but I was walking by one and saw that they had a lychee sundae, and I figured sure, why not?
Dan Dan Hamburger is a southern Taiwanese fast food chain with locations in Kaohsiung, Tainan, and Pingtung. I was shocked at how much I enjoyed it.
I honestly can’t remember the last time a meal made me so profoundly sad. The food in Taiwan is so good, and you can’t walk more than a block or two without stumbling upon several restaurants serving something that looks amazing.
The Taiwanese version of McDonald’s, on the other hand… Yikes. It might be the worst food I’ve had at McDonald’s since starting this blog, and that’s really saying something — I’ve had some pretty atrocious meals courtesy of old Ronald McDonald.
Well, the trip is drawing to a close, which means that this is my last taste of international McDonald’s weirdness.