Foreign Fast-Food Chains You May Not Have Heard About Yet

Here are some fast food chains we’ve welcomed to the States with open arms
Pret a Manger

Visiting an international fast food chain can be an eye-opening experience

Paris Baguette

Founded in South Korea in 1988, Paris Baguette’s authentic French creations and techniques led it to success there before expanding to China in 2004, Los Angeles in 2005, and New York in 2010. The chain offers breads, pastries, desserts, coffee, and sandwiches.

YO! Sushi

YO! Sushi is a blast. Grab a seat alongside the conveyor belt and can grab whatever you want to eat right off of it.

Nando’s Peri Peri

Nando’s is heating up the States. Nando’s specializes in flame-grilled chicken cooked in peri peri sauce, a chile sauce with origins in Mozambique, as well as burgers, salads, wings, and wraps.

Pret A Manger

It may have a French name, but it comes from good old England. Today there are locations in New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Boston. Busy urbanites love their pre-made sandwich, pastries, and coffee — and the fact that at the end of each day all leftover food is donated to charity. 

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