To be honest, I didn’t think they would. Even if the sight of golden fries covered in white and dark chocolate doesn’t look or sound all that appetizing, these were not too bad.
Every New Year’s Eve in Taiwan, the staff at local McDonald’s restaurants cosplay. This year, some of the threads didn’t exactly go over well. At all.
Hong Kong is now home to the newest and neatest McDonald’s around. Say hello to McDonald’s Next, the McDonald’s of the future.
It’s called Restaurant M. And for one day in Tokyo, it will be serving full-course meals made from McDonald’s food.
It was bound to happen. This isn't out of the blue. It makes perfectly good sense. In South Korea, McDonald's is rolling out honey butter french fries.
It's probably not surprising to hear this, but McDonald's french fries contain way more than just oil, potatoes and salt. In fact, McDonald's fries have a whopping 19 ingredients in the USA, all of which are broken down in this image:
Lovin' it? Oh no, McDonald's must be hatin' it. This week has gone from worst to worst for the fast food giant as people are claiming to find all sorts of horrible things in their meals: from bugs to human teeth.
Maid outfits. Flight attendant uniforms. People dressed as Dragon Ball characters. Nothing quite says the new year like cosplay at McDonald's.
This. Is. Terrible. McDonald's will only be offering one French fry size in Japan: Small.
Does Sponge Bob know? Should we tell him? Say hello to McDonald's Crab Croquette Burger.
Is it that time of year already? Of course it is, I've already had three limited-time only McRib sandwiches since they came back a week or so ago, and there are more in my future. It's probably a good time to find out how they're made.
A McDonald's in Tokyo's Odaiba has been turned into the fictional fastfood joint Mogmog Burgers from the extremely popular video game and anime series Yokai Watch.
"You may abandon your own body, but you must preserve your honor." - Miyamoto Musashi, A Book of Five Rings
With the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords of Draenor, coming in November, October seems to be a big month for Blizzard in China. The company's doing everything to drum up hype for the game, from an online cosplay contest to now an offline promotional partnership with fast food giant, McDonald's.
In Hong Kong, McDonald's has a Batman Burger. The burger looks, well, kind of dull—especially with the recent burger madness we've seen. But boy, the box it comes in is UTTERLY FANTASTIC.
As Kotaku first reported earlier this month, Burger King rolled out a black cheeseburger in Japan. Now, McDonald's Japan has a black burger of its own.
This fall, McDonald's is rolling out a special sweet potato shake for a limited time. It's purple!
The next toys coming to McDonald's Happy Meals are generic NFL player figurines to promote Madden 15. Yes, there's an alternative for non-sports fans:
McDonald's is introducing tofu McNuggets. With carrots and edamame. Oh, and fish.