Today I decided to head down to the local McDonald''s near to where I live in Shenzhen… the things that are on the menu are a little different to what we have back home! Stick around to find out…
In 2018, I visited a Guangdong MCDonald''s. I ordered a small iced tea. It cost about $3, more than what I would have paid in the US, about $1.00. In 2019, in Fuzhou, my order of two pieces of KFC chicken, cost a little more than what I would have paid back home. A cup of regular charbuck in Shanghai in 2014 cost me $4. more than what I paid in US1.98. I find KFC cheapest in Malaysia, but in Australia, I had to pay extra for ketchup.
Dude, the waiter thought fries was not salty but she changed a new one for u which was so nice LOL Xian is one syllable and xin xian is two.
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How dare you betray Burger King…
I think years ago when I was in Hong Kong, they served rice dishes and crispy chicken wings. Very nice. Great to see your videos again. Hope your dad is doing well.
Kentucky Fried Chicken in our country really suck !!
And their service also really suck !!
Have not been KFC for many many years !!
Think this is the McDonald’s near Shenzhen University right? Been there once and the arrangement of tables reminds me. Wish the zero policies would loosen soon
haven’t been Shenzhen for long because really afraid of being stuck there
Bubble tea in Micky D, not a bad idea for major cities in North American. Wait, those bubble could be choking hazard, considering some one got a 1M settlement for hot coffee burn way back when and the number of lawyers here, scratch that.
BTW, love the red bean pie Micky D have in Hong Kong.
PS: Wish your buddy Ben was here. I mean, love to see his reaction on Chinese McD menu.
There''s also fried chicken in Malaysia''s McDonald
There''s also mccafe in Singapore. Looking forward to more similar videos in Burger King and KFC!
The MCD here in Hong Kong has Crispy thighs, honey bbq and garlic flavour chicken and wicked spicy wings…. Better than the KFC here …. we don''t have that plethora of matcha latte drinks like you have in the mainland 🙁
The first McDonalds opened in Shenzhen about 32 years ago 😉
Damn, I shouldn''t be watching this in the middle of the night
Way, way back, for the first few years after McDonalds opened in Australia, we had "Southern Fried Chicken" which was essentially threee(?) pieces of fried chicken resembling KFC, in a box. I remember it being crunchier than KFC but tasting a little different
For most people, 80 CNY is quite expensive in China as one meal. I don''t know the accurate average price, but actually in middle-size cities, 10-30 (1-5 USD) is enough to feed a person. As for fast food restaurants, the prices of MCD, KFC and Burger King are set to be above average to promote sales of their membership cards. People who eat those just once in a while would look for appropriate activities to save their costs.
We have hot and spicy chicken sandwiches where I live in the states, no fried chicken.