Ebi Filet-o: Fried shrimp sandwich aka as the Shrimp Burger (I can’t eat this, unless I want to choke to death, but my sisters who aren’t allergic to seafood would surely want seconds)
Chicken McCurry Pan: Rectangular dish made out of dough topped with chicken, a tomato-curry sauce, spiced with thyme, basil, and oregano, bell peppers, and cheese. (Sounds like something my family would order all the time. Mmmm. Spicy good.)
McRice Burger: Ground beef burger or chicken fillet served with special sauce, between two fried rice cakes. (This was actually sold in the Philippines, so it’s not that unusual to me, but it was included in the list. Advertised here as “breakfast on the go”, I actually don’t recommend this so much, because the rice was hard and dry. I’d rather come to class late but full with my normal chicken + rice.)
[To clarify: The word UNUSUAL doesn’t necessarily signify weird/gross/unpleasant. It just means that the said dish isn’t available in all branches, unlike their fries or regular burgers, so it is out of the ordinary for other people in other parts of the world.]
Bubur Ayam: Chicken strips in porridge, with onions, ginger, and chili peppers (I’d eat that! Although the photo doesn’t look very inviting)
Lakse Wrap: Fish with choice of honey or wasabi sauce (No, thanks. Skipping this.)
Veg McPuff Pizza: Rectangular dough filled with tomato sauce and vegetables (I’d take a bite, but seeing as how I’m not a fan of vegetables, I probably won’t like it. Haha)
How about you? Eat it or skip it?
MORE MCDO MENU ITEMS COMING UP
Damn, now I want a burger. :|
Decadence d’Or – $750
Available at Las Vegas’ Palazzo Resort, ‘Decadence’ is made with edible gold flakes, gold-vanilla caviar, a Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac bottled around 1900 and Palmira Single Estate Chocolate.
Diamond cupcake by Mervis – $30,000
Created by Mervis Diamond Importers, these classy cupcakes weren’t just well-decorated—they were well-decorated with diamonds.
ROX diamond cupcake – $150,000
Created to mark the three-day Glam in the City fashion event in Glasgow, Scotland, this iced pastry—pardon the pun—is sparkling with gems from ROX luxury jewelers.
Guiness World Records —
Michel Lotito (aka Monsieur Mangetout) from Grenoble, France, has been eating metal and glass since 1959. Gastroenterologists have described his ability to consume 900 g (2 lb) of metal per day as “unique”. Mangetout - Michel’s nickname - literally translates as “eats everything”. Michel says bananas and hard-boiled eggs make him sick.
Sorry, I’m still stuck on how he ate a whole plane. O_O