No matter what country you find yourself in, there’s sure to be a Mcdonald’s, unless it’s somewhere like North Korea. Mcdonald’s restaurants are sprinkled all over the world and the meals taste more or less the same in all of them. Mcdonald’s is known for consistency but in Thailand there are a few things that make the franchise unique.
Having four patties in your big mac might seem a little bit excessive but you can do that here.
Unique to Thailand is the samurai pork burger with teriyaki sauce. It’s definitely worth trying.
The desserts menu is larger than the American one apparently, and it has strange treats like Pineapple pies, corn pies, ice cream floats, brownies, cheesecake and ovaltine. There are also traditional Thai meals on the menu.
Unlike other countries, Mcdonald’s delivers to your home, so there’s no need to go outside next time you have a hangover.
To a westerner, these statues look like Ronald is praying but it’s actually him waiing, the traditional Thai way of greeting someone.