questionsdid you here mcdonald's is opening its first…

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I'll have to snag the Karma Kombo, when I go there again.

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They where bound to try it eventually.

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That's awesome. I'm kinda jealous.

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I ate at a non-vegetarian McDonalds in Bangalore a few years ago. They didn't serve beef at all but did have McChicken, McFish and McVeggie sandwiches. I don't remember if they had Chicken McNuggets. The food tasted a lot like it does in the US and, for most of the group, it was a welcome change to everything being seasoned with curry of some sort or another. It was also nice to see a "friendly face" on the Ronald McDonald statue outside the restaurant. It was an interesting experience to be a group of white people traveling in a country populated by people who didn't look like us. We very much stood out and a lot of people stared at us. It wasn't anything malicious, we were just different and people looked. One of many, many unusual experience that we had on that trip.

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@eraten: Thanks for getting it. I honestly hopped that someone wood and not downvote me. ;)

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Great for if you're a vegetarian who loves getting diarrhea. Just kidding I probably eat mcdonalds 2 times a week, it's an acceptable cheap meal when you're in a hurry and just wanna stuff your face.

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who would have thought McDonalds actually uses real "meat" in thier burgers

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As a frequent visitor to the Chicken Maharaja Mac(the chicken bigmac doppelganger), i was actually shocked that the first McDonald's in India wasn't vegetarian. The veg choices are actually tastier than the non-veg, and the menu is reminiscent of the American (minus the beef add tandoori) but i probably go to the Indian version more than the American because it tastes fresher. They also have mini "pizzas," and a brown Ronald but you cant tell because of all his makeup but he talks funny and his white face seems racist.

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I've understood for a long time that both beef and pork are rarely served in India. Surprised they haven't tried the Australian McDonald's Lamb-burger.

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I've been a vegetarian for a long time and have really enjoyed that I almost never eat fast food, but I have appreciated BK's veggie burger on those less than sober late night walks with college friends for junk food.

But I think that's a totally different thing - these restaurants in India are plain and simple growing your business in the local market. If they wanna make money there, they have vegetarian restaurants, the same way they make money here by not having them :)

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O'Doul's is also opening its first tavern.