Chicken Maharaja Mac – McDonalds in India

The Chicken Maharaja Mac, India’s answer to the Big Mac! In our quest to explore the oddities in McDonalds around the world, this is our most interesting find to date.

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27 Replies to “Chicken Maharaja Mac – McDonalds in India”

  1. Prateek Khincha

    Love your show! You deserve to have a lot more subscribers. And like it or not, I'm going to help you get some 🙂

  2. superhoops540

    I enjoy the McDonald's section of your guys' videos! But, maybe spend a little less time on it for each video, because I think if people are looking for a legitimate travel guide, they probably don't care too much about it. I think making seperate videos (like this one) might be a great middle ground. Either way, keep it up guys!

  3. Lucas Low

    always enjoyed the Macdonald section. I enjoyed it because different country have their own menu and I am always curious on what they serve in every country

  4. Keep Your Daydream

    Love the show! Funny you brought this segment back by demand 🙂 Would LOVE to have you on my show. Keep Your Daydream #podcast…to hear all about your story and how you started your AWESOME travel adventures!

  5. Vaibhav Narula

    Mcdonalds in India is competing against the street food like vadapav..they are doing good in providing cheap hygienic food , but its far from what you get in American or European markets. And its not just McDonalds , same is the case with Burger King in India. There is "Who can provide better burgers at cheaper cost" war going in India and these brands are earning a fortune here.

  6. Alex McKinnon

    I think the large international chains (Mcdonalds, Burger King, KFC etc) provide a quick and accessible snapshot into the core flavours of a place. Dont get me wrong though I'll eat anything off the street or do a bit of research on anywhere I'm visiting and I can eat just about anything, I just find the large chains interesting. TLDR I like to see different fast food, even if I dont eat it much.

  7. Alok Bhide

    Lived in 3 of the cities you reviewed, Singapore, Mumbai and the Bay Area (I guess I don't actually live in SF), but super accurate and great fun to watch.

  8. Bluesbabesrv

    Planning a trip to Paris and we have the Mc D at the Champ Elysees as part of our plans. That is the only chain/American restaurant we plan to visit, going local!

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