Dreaming of the McSpicy Chicken Sandwich you sampled in Hong Kong or have fond memories of the Cheese and Bacon Loaded Fries from McDonald's in Australia?
American travelers enjoy sampling McDonald's menu items unique to foreign countries and starting Wednesday, you can do so without having to dig out your passport.
The restaurant the fast-food company is opening on the ground floor of its new corporate headquarters in Chicago will serve a rotating selection of global menu items.
Mighty Angus Burger from Canada
A 1/3 lb. angus burger with a glazed poppy and sesame seed bun, lettuce, onion, cheese, bacon and smoky angus sauce.
McSpicy Chicken Sandwich from Hong Kong
A fried, spicily-breaded, marinated chicken breast on a sesame seed bun with lettuce.
Cheese & Bacon Loaded Fries from Australia
Fries, served with warm melted cheese and crispy bacon bits.
Mozza Salad from France
A pasta salad with balsamic vinegar, roasted tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, arugula, served with a breadstick and a choice of crispy or grilled chicken,
Manhattan Salad from France
A mix of lettuces and baby kale, grape tomatoes, dried cranberries and sliced apples, served with a breadstick and a choice of crispy or grilled chicken.
McFlurry Prestígio from Brazil
Vanilla soft serve ice cream with strawberry sauce and chocolate-covered coconut bites.
"As part of our new headquarters, we wanted to provide our customers with an exciting way to experience our global menu right here in Chicago," CEO Steve Easterbrook said in a statement.
Also on tap at the 6,000-plus-square-foot restaurant are a Latin American-style dessert center and coffee at the Australian McCafé area.
The decor includes a wall map with Golden Arches that light up when a dish or drink from a specific country is on the menu.
But diners who prefer the classic menu may order the McDonald's traditional American fare.
The new nine-story headquarters in Chicago's West Loop neighborhood is scheduled to open later this spring. It's currently in Oak Brook, Ill.