7 Fast Food Items you can't get in the U.S.

--Burger King's Meat Monster.  In Japan, Burger King serves a double bacon cheeseburger with a grilled chicken breast on top.  All on one bun.  I want one

 

 

--McDonald's McVeggie.  In India, where Hindus don't eat beef, McDonald's doesn't serve hamburgers.  Their McVeggie features a patty made out of bread, potato, peas, carrots, and Indian spices.

 

 

--McDonald's McZuri.  In Switzerland, McDonald's offers a patty made entirely out of VEAL.  It's covered with mushrooms and caramelized onions.

 

 

--Subway's Paneer Tikka Sub.  In India, Subway offers a sub that's basically ROASTED COTTAGE CHEESE.  They take cottage cheese, marinate it in barbecue sauce, roast it into slices, and put it on a sandwich.

 

 

--KFC's Krushers.  In Germany, Australia, South Africa, and other countries, KFC serves thick milkshakes called Krushers.  They have flavors like mango, strawberry, and Kit Kat.

 

 

--McDonald's Bubur Ayam McD.  In Malaysia, McDonald's serves a dish that features chicken strips, ginger, and shallots in a chicken broth porridge.

 

 

--Burger King's Trio Supremo.  In Brazil, BK serves a combo of onion rings, chicken nuggets, AND fries smothered in cheese and bacon bits.

 

Still we cannot say Meat Monster without giggling to ourselves.