INDIA MCDONALD’S Taste Test (मैकडॉनल्ड्स) | Trying Indian McDonalds BREAKFAST MENU

INDIA MCDONALD'S Taste Test (मैकडॉनल्ड्स) | Trying Indian McDonalds BREAKFAST MENU

Come join us for a India McDonald’s taste test in Pune, India as we end up trying as many different breakfast items as we possibly can from the Indian McDonald’s menu (मैकडॉनल्ड्स).

McDonald’s in India has unique menu items that you won’t find in North America, Europe or other parts of Asia. You won’t find beef patties but instead vegetarian options such as aloo (potato), paneer (cheese) and chicken as a meat option.

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The following is a list of all the different breakfast items we tried for our McDonald’s taste test in India:

1) Masala Scrambled Eggs

-Scrambled eggs with a masala kick!

2) Masala Dosa Brioche

-Two potato masala patties featuring a tasty sauce

3) Veg Brioche

-Corn and spinach patty breakfast sandwich (bland in my opinion)

4) Belgian Waffles

-Belgian style waffles with numerous dipping sauces

5) Hot Cakes / Pancakes

-Typical McDonald’s hotcakes with melted butter and syrup

6) Hashbrown

-Crunchy on the outside mushy potato goodness in the middle

7) Masala Chai

-Indian style milky tea with cardamon, cinnamon and ginger

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India McDonald’s Taste Test (मैकडॉनल्ड्स) | Trying Indian McDonalds Breakfast Menu Travel Food Video Transcript:

Good morning guys. Greetings from Pune, India. As you can tell who I’m hanging out with. Ronald Mcdonalds. I’m going to be trying Indian breakfast here at McDonald’s.

I’m really interested to see what the difference is are between the classic McDonald’s menu you get in North America like in Canada and the US versus what you get in India.

Apparently they have an entirely different unique menu here in India and I’m pretty much going to order everything that is on the menu
and do a taste test.

So I can’t wait to get started.

McDonald’s breakfast in India guys. Let’s go check it out.

Dosa Masala double patty. Yeah. Two corn and spinach muffins.
That is right.

And we also want two Masala Scrambled Eggs three piece meal. Two hot cakes and two Belgian Waffles. Two pieces.

What else is unique what else is unique to
India? I think that is good right.

Guys I’m so excited to try the Indian McDonald’s (मैकडॉनल्ड्स)
menu. Breakfast menu.

And so this is only half of it if you can
believe it. Because some of the other things are made
on the second level. These ones are made on the first level.

So I’ve got basically four things to try right now. So the one I’m most excited to try is called the Masala Scrambled Eggs.

Next up we are trying the Dosa Masala Brioche.

And it comes in what looks like kind of like an egg McMuffin or a small burger wrapper.

And so this should be interesting.

Oh and I forgot to mention that I ordered the double patty. So if I lift up the hood. Oh what is that man? I don’t even know what that sauce is. Just some random sauce.

Potato mash with masala. So the last savory item for me to try is the McVeg and it features a spinach and corn patty.

There is a nice bit of cheese and if I can show you the patty over here. I don’t know if you can see that well but there is actually little pieces of corn in there.

But to be honest my favorite things from this Indian McDonald’s breakfast taste test were the savory items not the sweet ones.

So that concludes our Indian McDonald’s breakfast taste test and I’ll give you the price now. So oh this is the wrong receipt. That is actually for your extra coffee.

So all of this came to just over 500 Rupees which is about $7 to 8 US dollars. Outstanding value considering how much we ate. Like we got like 5 different items I think.

But the cool thing was that the portions weren’t big so you could kind of eat a lot of different things and not get too too full.
Although now that I think about it I am pretty full.

But if you’re going to come to India definitely try the McDonald’s breakfast menu.

This is part of our Travel in India video series showcasing Indian food, Indian culture and Indian cuisine.

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