The world’s strangest fast food and junkfood

Would you eat any of these strange fast food dishes?

    Fast food is popular for many reasons. First off, it’s fast. Secondly, it tastes good. And thirdly, it tastes good! Aside from the fact that it’s usually processed and likely loaded with unhealthy ingredients, we barely see a downside to indulging in burgers, fries, onion rings, and fried chicken every now and then.

    But if you think you know everything there is to know about fast food items, then we’re about to prove you wrong with this list of the strangest fast food in the world. From bold splashes of color all the way to unconventional flavors, these fast food and junk food items are only for adventurous folks. So if you’re a fast-food fan with a permanent case of wanderlust, you should definitely try these out on your next vacation! Seriously, you haven’t truly lived (or cried) until you tried Wendy’s Ghost Pepper Fries!

    #1 Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries from McDonald’s | Singapore

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 12
    Image From Twitter @xavierlur

    When you visit the highly globalized and technologically advanced Singapore, the first thing you should do is check out the Supertree Grove, the Merlion, and the salted egg yolk loaded fries at McDonald’s. Yup, you read that correctly. It may sound strange at first, but if you think about it, it’s actually quite brilliant! If you want to snack on some uniquely flavored fries, the egg yolk train awaits!

    #2 Sea Salt and Lemon Kitkat | Japan

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 13
    Image From Twitter @GarryPaton

    Kitkat is supposed to taste like light wafer snacks coated in rich milk chocolate. It has that iconic melt-in-your-mouth flavor and texture that we have all come to love over the years. However, Japan had other plans for this household brand. Moreover white chocolate or its matcha variant, you can find a sea salt and lemon Kitkat in the Land of the Rising Sun! During your next trip to Japan, give us a holler if it tastes good, so we can import them in bulk!

    #3 Starbucks Sakura Frappe | Japan

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 14
    Image From Twitter @capsulebutt

    Japan is so pretty in both an urban and nature-sense, especially when the sakura (A.K.A. cherry blossoms) are in full bloom. Representing renewal and optimism, the subtle pops of pink for these blossoms symbolize the conclusion of winter and the coming of spring. Japan has even incorporated the beautiful meaning of sakura into their Starbucks drinks in the form of refreshing frappes. These frappes may be unusual, but they definitely look dreamy and we can guess that they taste like a unicorn’s laughter.

    #4 McDonald’s Nutella Burger | Italy

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 15
    Image From Twitter @9GAG

    Okay, pause. Stop whatever it is you are doing right now, and listen. The perfect burger does exist and it is located in the Vespa and wine capital of the world, Italy! Just when we thought that they could never top pizza, they brought us this genius treat! Italian food is simply unparalleled. Grazie, McDonald’s Italy, grazie!

    #5 Spicy fish egg flavored Pringles | Singapore and Japan

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 16
    Image From Facebook NapaJapan

    Spicy food is good. Fish is good. Egg is good. Pringles are good. But are spicy fish egg Pringles good? You may be grimacing now, but keep in mind that you should never judge a dish by its fish content. When you go to Japan or Singapore, you should buy a can of these Pringles and let us know what the verdict is. You might end up getting hooked on it, right? Who knows?

    #6 Dunkin’ Donuts Seaweed Sesame Pork Floss Donut | China

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 17
    Image From Trip Trivia

    Donuts are meant to be sweet and comforting, but when in China, you need to open up your taste buds to Dunkin’ Donuts’ seaweed sesame pork floss donuts. It’s the brand’s fresh new take on savory donuts, and while the name may sound intimidating, this might just be the next big thing.

    #7 Sweet Taro Pie | Asia

    The world's strangest fast food and junkfood 18
    Image From Twitter @PicklesAndKered

    Taro is a delicious vegetable that serves as an excellent source of fiber, and McDonald’s must’ve known this when they launched the sweet taro pie in a selection of Asian countries. Taro may not be a popular pie filling in Europe of America, but in Asia, it can give apple pie a run for its money. We feel for the McDonald’s branches that don’t have this on their menu yet.