The world's largest fast food chain have restaurants everywhere including some in places you would NOT expect. It seems that you really can't go anywhere without stumbling across those world famous golden arches.
Serving around 68 million customers a day in countries around the globe, fast food giant McDonald's has certainly made its mark on the takeaway industry. And while most of the 35, outlets usually have a uniform look that you'd recognise anywhere, there are some restaurants that stand out from the crowd. Mostly a location associated with the notorious detention camp, which allegedly houses the world's most dangerous terrorists, it might be one of the last places you'd expect to need a fast-food restaurant.
Surrounded by barbed wire it doesn't look particularly inviting, despite the blue skies and palm trees in the background. This Tudor-style building dates back to the 19th century, and the ground floor operated as a market house until the s. McDonald's moved in to the impressive structure in and the upper floors serve as the chambers for Bray Town Council.
This particular outlet has impressed visitors worldwide, it was voted the 5th coolest McDonald's in the world by USA Today. The restaurant is located in Roswell, made famous in after it was alleged that a UFO crsh landed in fields near to the town. Cashing in on the phenomenon which brings visitors from all over the world, the fast food outlet is designed in the shape of a spaceship so you can enjoy your hamburger with a side of extra-terrestrial activity - if you're lucky.
No huge in-your-face golden arches at this McDonald's, in fact the restaurant's trademark logo is barely visible at
World weirdest restaurants culinary speed hookup. If you look closely you'll spot it hidden in the windows of this house - yes it's a house - that World weirdest restaurants culinary speed hookup back to the s. Reportedly owned by a sea captain, you can enjoy your lobster rolls in a cosy dining room with a grand fireplace at this particular outlet.