So, we don't darken the doorstep of McD's too much at home, but sometimes on holiday, we just eat too much pizza and pasta and need something fast while sightseeing, so it's almost always McD's and almost always chicken nuggets.
We had an interesting conversation with our airbnb host in Vienna - he said when he goes to visit his son in USA, he actually enjoys going to McD's, because over in Europe, they try to make the fast food healthier, so there is less fat in the burgers - of course, fat being what makes the burgers juicy and gives them flavor. (His words).
And I will say, the chicken nuggets we had in London (I know, I know, but we had 25 min to get to the John Soane's museum and I was starving) were quite bland compared to the ones we had in other parts of Europe...maybe because they forgot to give us dipping sauce, but even the texture seemed - less firm...
Has anyone else noticed the diff in Europe vs USA/Canada vs UK fast food?