Instead of being asked if you’d like fries with that, there are plenty of other delicious side dishes and main courses from chains around the world.
Here are 5 international chains that should bring their food to the U.S.
Supermac’s in Ireland offers burgers, cod and chips and a bunch of varieties of fries, including curry, taco and garlic.
Foodie website Mashed.com writes there are more than 100 Supermac’s locations in Ireland; but none stateside.
Wow! Momo is the place to score delicious dumplings filled with minced meat and veggies and served with spicy sauces.
Wow! Momo is one of the fastest growing food brands in India, according to the company.
Business Insider says there are more than 150 locations across India, and the plan is to open hundreds more.
Even though there are a bunch of apps that deliver pizza right to your front door these days, Telepizza is one we wish we had stateside because of its cool creations like barbacoa pizza, pulled pork pizza and a pizza with nachos on top and a melted cheese center for dunking!
HuffPost says there are more than 1,200 pizza shops in countries like China, Peru, Portugal and Poland.
If you’re craving fresh seafood, head to Germany and eat at Nordsee.
Mashed.com writes the chain was founded in the late 1800s and built around a fleet of fishing trawlers.
Get fresh fish from the ocean to the table ASAP.
They’ve even got fried calamari, shrimp and sushi.
Wash it all down with a drink at Café Coffee Day.
Business Insider says the chain has more than 1,600 locations across India, Austria, Egypt and more.
The site adds the chain has more locations than Starbucks in India, and the place has an upscale vibe where customers can grab coffee, cake and sandwiches.
I’m suddenly feeling very hungry!