My friend confidently uttered, “McDonald’s in Hong Kong taste better.”
That was enough to stir curiosity.
The one I entered, combined a traditional McDonald’s along with a McCafe.
I ordered a Sprite combined with pineapple chunks (~1.50 USD). The cappuccino (~$2 USD) was charming served with an “M.”
A few items cater to the Chinese taste, including a taro pie. I tried the Big Mac, which taste exactly like the ones in the states. Friends have suggested to try the fried chicken wings. At the moment, I am aiming to try more Hong Kong delights.
In terms of innovation, Hong Kong uses the Octopus card. The Octopus card has money value that you deposit. Used primarily for the MTR (subway), the card can also be used to purchase food items at McDonald’s. Convenient.