There's also something to be said for the idea that you can walk into a McDonald's almost anywhere on the planet and get at least a minimal level of consistent, tasty, safe food. We wouldn't do it more than once or twice a trip, but it's actually kind of a huge logistical achievement. And by this time next year, you'll be able to indulge in that achievement in 50 new restaurants across the Philippines, including the tropical island destinations on the islands of Boracay and Palawan.
So if you've survived the trip from Manila to Boracay in good health and humorwhich isn't always guaranteednow there will be more places with more Big Macs waiting for you when you get out of the airport.
The McDonald's restaurants in the Philippines also seem to have 27/4 delivery, which is dangerous, and the frontpage promises that they'll deliver any order, which is more dangerous. We've got our eyes on the "Chicken McDo with spaghetti." We haven't exactly figured out what it is, but here's a commercial for it that you won't understand. Other local menu items include the "Hamdesal," a "Pandesal bun with pineapple glaze syrup, mayonnaise, and Canadian bacon served with scrambled eggs, cheese, or both."