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Check out These Weird Fast Food Items from Around the World

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Have you ever had fast food in a foreign country? It can be a little…off. Just kind of weird if we’re being totally honest.

Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look at the evidence.

These responses come to us from the Buzzfeed Community.

1. Pizza Hut – Cheeseburger-Stuffed Crust

Cheeseburger Crust Pizza via Pizza Hut and McDonald's

Posted by Kirk Tinsley on Wednesday, April 15, 2015

“I love burgers as much as the next person, but Pizza Hut decided to go above and beyond by adding 10 of them to their pizza crust. This was introduced in the Middle East in 2012, and it later expanded to other places, like the UK.”

2. Burger King – Mac ‘n’ Cheetos

“You know the deal here: Fried mac ‘n’ cheese that’s coated in Cheetos dust. They initially came with a side of ranch for all of your dunking desires. This menu item was added nationwide in 2016, left for a little, but then made a comeback in 2017. They even added a “Flamin’ Hot” coating as well.”

3. McDonald’s – Gracoro Burger

“The patty consisted of a breadcrumb crust that was stuffed with macaroni, shrimp, and white sauce.”

4. KFC – Double Down Dog

“Originally introduced in the Philippines in 2015, the Double Down Dog was basically just a hot dog with fried chicken as the bun. In fact, this was an iteration of their Double Down sandwich: a bacon and cheese sandwich that had two pieces of fried chicken acting as the bread.”

5. Taco Bell – Cap’n Crunch Delights

“Cap’n Crunch Delights were added as a Taco Bell breakfast item in the United States in 2015. They were basically little pastries that were coated in fruity Crunch Berries cereal. The best part? The center was filled with a “sweet milk icing.” I’m drooling.”

6. McDonald’s – Chicken McDo with McSpaghetti

“This one is pretty self-explanatory: You’ve got a piece of fried chicken and some spaghetti with marinara and cheese. McSpaghetti was actually introduced (and quickly discontinued) in the United States in the 1970s. It was then brought back internationally (specifically in the Philippines) in the early 2010s.”

7. KFC – Cheese Donut

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Posted by KFC on Friday, November 29, 2013

“KFC Indonesia decided to combine two interesting things in 2013: donuts and cheese. Their standard donut was topped with shredded Swiss and some sprinkled-on cheddar. No comment.”

8. Pizza Hut – Double Sensation

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Posted by Pizza Hut on Tuesday, April 23, 2013

“The Double Sensation pizza debuted at Pizza Hut locations in Singapore in 2012. It was promoted as a “pizza within a pizza” and actually had two rings of crust on it. The pizza was also topped with several cheeses, veggies, meats (including chicken sausage, turkey, smoked chicken, and ham), and even an Alfredo sauce.”

9. Burger King – Kuro (Black) Ninja Burger

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Posted by Hedge School of Applied Economics on Friday, May 22, 2015

“In the early 2010s, Burger King Japan based this burger on an anime character. It consisted of two black buns, their regular beef patty, a hash brown, and a special sauce. Oh, and it also had a giant piece of bacon sticking out of it to look like a tongue. So casual.”

10. Burger King – Premium Berry Burger

Japan Burger King's Berry Burger. Tasted good.

Posted by Michael Thomas on Tuesday, December 30, 2014

“It’s exactly what it looks like. Burger King Japan released this burger, which was topped with berries and a sweet cranberry, blueberry, and blackberry sauce. This was a seasonal menu item that was introduced at the end of 2014.”

Those are pretty weird, if I do say so myself.

What’s the oddest fast food item you’ve ever encountered? Let us know in the comments!