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Down Under is the only country that mentions Macon & # 39; s from McDonald & # 39; s - and even has signs with Macca & # 39; s instead of McDonalds

From sweet tea and sausage burritos & # 39; s to Vegemite and Frozen Cokes: the main differences between Australian and American McDonald's are visible

  • There are more than 37,000 McDonald & # 39; s stores around the world
  • There are important differences between stores here and stores in the United States
  • Some differences are the range of dishes, the layout and even the name
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The differences between McDonald & # 39; s restaurants in the United States and Australia have come to light in a new video.

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McDonald & # 39; s is one of the largest fast food chains in the world with more than 37,000 stores worldwide.

A video from BabbleTop analyzes the main differences between McDonald's stores here and abroad.

Some important differences are the food on offer, the classification and even the name.

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Down Under is the only country that mentions Macon & # 39; s from McDonald & # 39; s - and even has signs with Macca & # 39; s instead of McDonalds

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Down Under is the only country that mentions Macon & # 39; s from McDonald & # 39; s – and even has signs with Macca & # 39; s instead of McDonalds

THE NAME

Throughout the world, McDonald's is immediately recognized by its name and golden arches.

However, Australians have given the brand a shortened nickname – Macca & # 39; s.

Down Under is the only country that calls McDonald & # 39; s Maccas – and even has characters that use the nickname.

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In America, McDonald & # 39; s is also known as Mickey D & # 39; s.

SPICES

Each country has its own taste in spices and the Australian McDonald's has one that is not found anywhere else.

These include Vegemite, garlic ioli and whipped cream butter for baked products.

In the US there are spices such as creamy southwest dressing, honey mustard and habanero ranch sauce.

In Australia, all hamburgers are made with 100 percent homegrown Australian beef - including the Angus burger, which is only available in America at certain times
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In Australia, all hamburgers are made with 100 percent homegrown Australian beef - including the Angus burger, which is only available in America at certain times

In Australia, all hamburgers are made with 100 percent homegrown Australian beef – including the Angus burger, which is only available in America at certain times

CITIZENS

Citizens in the United States and citizens in Australia are dramatically different.

In Australia, all hamburgers are made with 100 percent homegrown Australian beef – including the Angus burger, which is only available in America at certain times.

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Other burgers on the Australian menu that are not available in the US are the Chicken Brekkie Burger and the chicken and cheese burger.

In the United States they can enjoy a crispy sandwich with buttermilk, sausage burrito and a traditionally grilled sandwich.

FRISIAN

American McDonald & # 39; s not getting lost far from the classic fries everyone loves.

In Australia, loaded fries are a huge trend – a McDonald's also jumped on it.

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The options vary, but the staple fries are topped with gravy.

Cheese and bacon fries and guacamole and salsa fries were also offered for a limited time.

However, loaded fries are a huge trend in Australia - luckily a McDonald's jumped on them

However, loaded fries are a huge trend in Australia - luckily a McDonald's jumped on them

However, loaded fries are a huge trend in Australia – luckily a McDonald's jumped on them

Dessert

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McDonald & # 39; s America has a standard menu for desserts – warm fudge ice creams, shakes and apple pie.

These items are all offered in Australia, but the assortment of cakes, macaroons and donuts sold in McCafe makes for a huge assortment.

An important dessert item that Australians love that McDonald & # 39; s does not have in the United States, are the soft cones with flakes in it.

Other times are raspberry and custard tart and passion fruit cheesecake.

These items are all offered in Australia, but the range of cakes, macaroons and donuts sold in McCafe makes for a huge range

These items are all offered in Australia, but the range of cakes, macaroons and donuts sold in McCafe makes for a huge range

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These items are all offered in Australia, but the range of cakes, macaroons and donuts sold in McCafe makes for a huge range

BEVERAGES

A frozen cola on a hot day is the perfect way to cool down – especially if it's a McFloat and is half made of ice.

The menu of the United States has a similar version – a slushie – in fruit punch, blue raspberry and sweet peach.

Other beverages available in the United States and not available here are sweet and iced tea.

A frozen cola on a hot day is the perfect way to cool down - especially if it's a McFloat and is half made of ice
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A frozen cola on a hot day is the perfect way to cool down - especially if it's a McFloat and is half made of ice

A frozen cola on a hot day is the perfect way to cool down – especially if it's a McFloat and is half made of ice

THE BRAND

Another important difference is the aesthetics of Australian stores, which are designed with wood and steel for a high-quality look.

Meals can also be served directly at the table by staff on wooden boards and steel containers, similar to a sophisticated dining experience.

Both love it: differences between McDonald's items offered in Australia and the United States

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Australia

Chicken Brekkie Burger

Chicken and cheese burger

French fries loaded with gravy

Frozen cola with ice

Gently serve with flake

Raspberry and custard pie

Passion fruit cheesecake

United States

Buttermilk crispy chicken sandwich

Traditional grilled sandwich

Sausage Burrito

slushie

Sweet tea

Icetea

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