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Most wanted Irish fast-food in the US? Curry chips and cheese please

USA Today lists Supermacs in the “10 delicious and forbidden fast-food chains” they wish would move stateside.

WHAT FIRST BEGAN in Ballinasloe, Co Galway and what can now be found in every nook and cranny of Ireland is wanted in the US.

USA Today included Supermac’s in its article of the top foreign chains they want to move Stateside.

The article says its “menu is designed with Irish tastes in mind, but don’t worry, it’s not all shepherd’s pie and Guinness”.

Supermac’s serves the typical fast-food burgers and chicken tenders, but what we’re jealous of is the amazing french-fry menu: Get yours smothered in garlic sauce and topped with cheese, or go big and bold with curry or taco fries.

Really, it was just a matter of time before they got wind of the infamous curry/garlic/taco chips and cheese combo.

Supermac’s is the only Irish business featured in the top ten which also includes Wienerwald in Germany, Austria, Turkey and Romania; Chicken Licken in South Africa and Botswana; Kaati Zone in India; MOS Burger in Asia And Australia; Max Burgers in Europe and Middle East; Pizza-La in Japan; Ichiran in Japan; Toast Box in Singapore; and Max Burgers, Europe And Middle East.

Yes, you read that right Wienerwald.

A traditional taco cheese chips at Supermac’s. Almost too good to eat. Almost. (Pic: MichFreeman.com)

Read: Garlic cheese & chips for Fox News, as it falls for… Supermac’s>

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