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Mcdonalds Comes To Chiang Rai

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Hard to get decent mustard here and it goes off very easily for some reason.

I tried the Keanes English in powder form, you mix it yourself as needed, but that goes off as well.

I couldn't be bothered with the wishywashy varieties, French, American, German... they're definitely not for real men. :)

Big C , they sell McGarrets Mustard Powder,its more or less the same as English Colmans .Enjoy :D

I just came back from the Da Vinci restaurant Deli . I bought the last big jar (170gr)of Colemans English MUSTARD for 70 bht (bargain) Aye said she will be getting more in along with Branston Pickle maybe this week . I also noticed that they have some Stilton Cheese , thats a real find. I had to buy some of that , it the king of Cheese , a little bit expensive, I dont know how much per gram as I bought a big chunk.

:rolleyes:BRANSTON PICKLE woweeee! next it might be Marmite.

You can take the wee wee if you want.

I think it's great news. I love a bit of Branston.

Regards

Will

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I had a McD's in Denmark many years ago , it was quite different from anywhere else. What they gave you there was fried dried onions to put on it and many different types of mustard's and sauces , not just tomato or chilli as you get here . Anyone have any similar experiences in other countries ?

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I had a McD's in Denmark many years ago , it was quite different from anywhere else. What they gave you there was fried dried onions to put on it and many different types of mustard's and sauces , not just tomato or chilli as you get here . Anyone have any similar experiences in other countries ?

Yeah. The Arab world sucks at doing McDonald's. The one consistent thing I can find is the regular cheeseburgers. But most of the rest of it is Arab style stuff that I don't care for.

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I had a McD's in Denmark many years ago , it was quite different from anywhere else. What they gave you there was fried dried onions to put on it and many different types of mustard's and sauces , not just tomato or chilli as you get here . Anyone have any similar experiences in other countries ?

Yeah. The Arab world sucks at doing McDonald's. The one consistent thing I can find is the regular cheeseburgers. But most of the rest of it is Arab style stuff that I don't care for.

Check out the menu. I love it.:D

http://www.mcdonaldsarabia.com/index.php/en_sw/m-cares/social-responsibility.html

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i've just been reading the newsletter bit of www.chiangraitourist.com/ Apparently Central is 90% complete. They will have over 200 stores including Robinsons, Tops, something called B2S etc a foodcourt, cinema and a bazaar with 50 kiosks and 42 take away stalls. Weather proof surroundings -and -most importantly for my family - accessibility!!! I'll be able to take one person in their wheelchair. They'll be able to do their own shopping much more easily. Chiang Rai is a great place to live, but this help will open up socialising opportunities for some of the less able members of the community

All good to me. I'm a Maccas junkey and I hope Starbucks shows as well plus a Cineplex where a westerner can go to and not get treated like a POS eg: Big C cinema

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May 2020

Was just asked for a 20% extra charge for asking for extra pickles on a burger

Refused to pay and left the order

Won't be going back any time soon

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