Why you should eat at McDonalds in Vietnam
The McDonalds chain in Vietnam is known for its chicken sandwiches and fries.
Now it is expanding to offer vegetarian food as well.
The fast food chain, which opened in the city of Vientiane in Vietnam’s southern province of Quang Ngai province, said on its website that it will now be offering vegetarian meals to customers from January 5.
The company said that the new menu will be available in restaurants across Vietnam.
According to the company, it plans to offer “vegetarian, gluten-free, low-fat, vegan and low-carb” menus, and that the vegetarian menu will feature meatless options.
Vietnam’s fast food industry is booming and has become a hot commodity in Vietnam.
McDonald’s is one of the country’s biggest fast food brands.
The fast food giant is also known for providing chicken, salads, sandwiches and hot dogs.
The Vietnamese government is also considering expanding McDonalds to more provinces.
McDonalds, which is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, has around 1.5 million outlets across Vietnam, where it has been operating since 1977.