It’s a fact that even though fast food chains have the same basic items in their every location, they tend to add and tweak their menu according to the region. This makes it exciting to explore global food brands, as they have a lot of variety to offer.
Take Taco Bell for example. While this fast food chain is best know to offer Mexican-American cuisine, they have managed to make a good name for themselves all over the world with their excellent techniques to adapt to local tastes. They have deviced a good lot of delicious menu items that are unique to various locales, making their stores a part of the local community.
If you’re ever travelling and want to eat something familiar, yet safely foreign at the same time, Taco Bell could be a good place for you to visit. Here are a few of their regional menu items that are worth a try.
Kimchi Quesadilla, available in Korea
Loaded Fries, available in Japan, Korea, and the UK
Nachos with ground meat and a lot of other ingredients is a hit, so why not do the same with fries? This is why the Loaded Fries was born.
Fiesta Fries Burrito, available in Costa Rica and Chile
You can think of it two ways: burrito with fries sans rice or a Loaded Fries on a wrap. Either way, it’s tasty and easy to nosh on.
Chocodilla, available in Guatemala, Colombia, Dom Rep, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Spain, and the United Kingdom
Since Guatemala is known as the birthplace of chocolate, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to find chocolate in just about any eatery there. This menu item is exactly what its name says, chocolate in a warm flour tortilla.
Chicken Tikka Masala Burrito, available in India
For a country with a good deal of dietary restrictions, it’s also one of the most exciting in terms of culinary experience. So make sure to get some of this special burrito when you visit the country, ok?
Shrimp & Avocado Burrito, available in Japan
As Japan is rich with seafood, so you’ll be eating lots of it when you visit the Land of the Rising Sun. The best thing about this dish is that it’s so fresh that you’ll want to get to Japan ASAP!