We are know that McDonalds have different menu in every country. Here, in Japan, you also can find unique and ‘must eat when in Japan’ McDonalds menu. Want to know what to order at a Japanese McDonalds? TokyoTreat will give you 7 recommendations, let’s take a look!
It’s french fries with a twist! They use ume (pickled plum) for seasoning, so it has a distinctly sour taste.
The filling is sweetened, condensed milk filling. The milk is from the island of Hokkaido in Japan, which is known for having great baked goods and creamy milk.
This seasonal burger is made from pork patty, eggs fried over easy, buns with flavor of sakura(cherry blossom), mayo sauce with Japanese sakura radish(Sakura daikon).
Who wants to try eating mcnugget with the sushi way? The dipping sauce is called “Adult Wasabi Mayo” dipping sauce that is spicy like wasabi but a little sweet from the mayonnaise.
A Japanese classic combination of pork and ginger with a soy-based sauce. The patty in this one is pork instead of beef.
Pie crust, white cream sauce with potato, chopped bacon and onion. Sounds tempting, right?
This new Purple McShake departs from the restaurant's usual fruity offerings, employing murasaki imo, a native Japanese variant of purple sweet potato, savory in taste.
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