Cheese Curry instant noodles?! Might sound strange to you but it’s actually a quite popular flavor outside of the U.S. During our travels around the world, we run across many brand named items with flavors you probably never knew existed. Some are more unusual than others. Here are a few that caught our eye.
|Burger King Ketchup & Fries Chips – Taiwan
What better way to represent Western food than good ole ketchup and fries chips? If you like the taste of dried ketchup, you’ll love these. Sorry Burger King, I think I’ll stick with ketchup and fries.
|McDonald’s McPepper Sandwich – Hong Kong
We really think this one should come to the U.S. It’s actually a decent spin on the Quarter Pounder. Imagine a juicier Quarter Pounder, well peppered, minus the ketchup, mustard and pickles.
|Yoshinoya Shabu Shabu – Hong Kong
We were surprised to find a few Yoshinoya restaurants serving Shabu Shabu. Well flavored broth, loads of ingredients and the classic Yoshinoya beef for dipping, all served over an open fire.
|Nissin Cheese Curry Cup Noodles – Osaka
Of all the instant noodle flavors we came across, this one really caught our eye. The idea of cheese and curry instant ramen didn’t sound so appetizing. Gotta admit, it wasn’t that strange of a flavor combination.
|Doritos Coconut Curry – Tokyo
This tastes like dipping a tortilla chip in curry sauce. The flavors sound unusual because it is.