Admit It If You Have Eaten American Fast Food Overseas
You find yourself in an exotic or obscure country – Thailand or Malta, for example – and despite the variety of local fare on which to dine, you decide to partake in a feast at American fast food restaurants such as Pizza Hut or Burger King.
Is this wrong? Are you denying yourself of a gastornomic experience by indulging in a fast food fix?
Some FlyerTalk members not only argue that that is indeed not wrong, but that one may be getting involved in a unique dining experience by either experiencing service not normally seen in fast food restaurants in the United States, but by also ordering food not typically on the menu in locations in other countries.
Read more about the debate regarding that you should Admit it if you’ve eaten American fast food overseas if you have indeed done so.