Many Americans were saddened and dismayed yesterday to read that McDonald's in Philippines offers curly French fries called "Twister Fries" at the fast food chain nicknamed "McDo." But that's not the only unique menu item in the world.
Twister Fries are available solely in the Philippines for $1.43 in U.S. dollars or P60 and for a limited time, just like the Shamrock Shake and McRib in the U.S. McDonald's in Philippines added the curly fries to its menu on Aug. 1, according to the McDo Facebook page, and will be available for purchase for three weeks throughout the Philippines.
Similarly, other fast food chains have items unique to menus abroad, exclusive to particular countries like the curly fries in the Philippines. Whether or not these unique menu items will ever make it across seas to the U.S. is a mystery many fast food lovers wonder, but in the meantime, check out photos of menu items unavailable in America.
McDonald's Twister Fries (Philippines)
Wendy's Lobster Sandwich (Japan)
Pizza Hut Crown Crust Pizza (UK)
Burger King Chili Cheese Nuggets (Germany)
McDonald's McLobster Roll (Canada)
Subway Aloo Patty Sub (India)
McDonald's McVeggie (India)
KFC Krushers (Germany)