The coolest McDonald's restaurants from all around the world
We are all too familiar with the greasy interior of a McDonald's. You can pretty much be assured that every Macca's will be the same. Except for these restaurants who's cheap food is supplemented by expensive buildings.
An entertainment themed McDonald's in Orlando, Florida.
This McDonald's may look a little strange on the outside but it is the inside that will get you. This restaurant is one of the largest McDonald's in the world and the two story building not only has it's own playhouse but also an arcade and a concert stage.
The plane Mc'Donald's in Taupo, New Zealand.
If you happen to be in New Zealand you could enjoy your Macca's inside a decommissioned plane. And, if you really want, you could even take a tour of the cockpit.
This McDonald's in Paris, France.
This spooky looking tower actually sports a rather lavish McDonald's. The food is even locally sourced so you know that your quarter pounder is absolute quality.
The Sea Captain's House in Maine, USA.
This McDonald's is special because it once belonged to a sea captain. The Greek style home was converted into a Mickey D's and has even retained the interior so you can feel right at home.
This South Korean drive-through.
If Back to the Future were to imagine what fast food restaurants would look like in 2020 this would be it. The menu is also pretty unique with this McDonald's serving shrimp burgers and bulgogi burgers.
An old bank in Kristiansand, Norway.
If you ever want to enjoy the fine dining food of Europe this McDonald's is an absolute must. Inside this old bank you will feel like you are eating in a palace.
This McDonald's in Tbilisi, Georgia looks just like an observatory.
However, it sadly isn't one. While this McDonald's looks like a funky place to eat, the astronomers rightly decided they didn't want their expensive gear to get tainted with fry grease.
A McDonald's inside a 19th century town hall in Bray, Ireland
If you ever travel out to the far reaches of Co. Wicklow, Ireland you must visit this McDonald's. Eating here will for sure make you feel like a historian.
You can even eat in a 1930's art deco McDonald's in Melbourne, Australia.
Everyone has their own personal taste in architecture so if observatories and historic building's don't quite cut it this Macca's might.
The UFO McDonald's in Roswell, New Mexico, USA.
Roswell is famous for its UFO sightings and to prove that aliens really do exist they did the most American thing possible and turned one of the vehicles into a fast food restaurant.
The floating McDonald's in St. Louis, Missouri.
This McDonald's is no longer operational but it was truly a gem. Who wouldn't want to eat their big macs on the water. And the sea birds absolutely loved to loot any fallen French fries.
This Dallas McDonald's is literally a happy meal.
This colourful Macca's will have all the children screaming from the car. Imagine driving past and saying "no son, we have food at home". Surprisingly, the interior of this place is pretty chic with chandeliers, booths made from mahogany and Ralph Lauren wallpaper.