By now, we've grown accustomed to the fact that chain restaurants overseas are NOT quite what we're used to in the good old US of A — McDonald's, for instance, offered its China patrons bright green Angry Birds burgers, with gravy fries for our friends in Australia, while Krispy Kreme Japan gave its customers a taste of watermelon-chocolate donuts.
The latest restaurant using its international consumers as guinea pigs? Domino's India, which is now offering — get this — burger pizza.
With little fanfare or explanation required ("Looks like a burger, tastes like a pizza" is the slogan), Dominos is seemingly relying on its WTF factor to attract its Indian clientele — that, and word of mouth, which it's getting plenty of as can be seen from the Tweets below:
But how does it taste? While hype for this hybrid concoction is up, reviews are mixed. @kunalkalra88 says it's great…
While @tweet2_ravi says not so much.
<p class="shortcode-media shortcode-media-twitter_embed"><iframe width="100%" height="150" scrolling="no" id="twitter-embed-754736058676285440" src="/res/community/twitter_embed/?iframe_id=twitter-embed-754736058676285440&created_ts=1468778073.0&screen_name=tweet2_ravi&text=%40dominos+Burger+Pizza+is+flop..tried+it+to+today..not+an+attractive+product&id=754736058676285440&name=Ravi" frameborder="0" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="2I89L61468848735"></iframe></p> <p>Since we can't taste this oddity ourselves without one heck of a plane ride, we're gonna' need you to get on the same page with this one and come to a swift and judicial verdict! We're more than a little curious, and you're our only hope.<span></span><br></p><p><em>(h/t <a href="http://hellogiggles.com/burger-pizza-twitter/" target="_blank">Hello Giggles</a>, photos via <a href="https://www.facebook.com/dominospizzaindia/photos/a.394722362744.166011.209562942744/10154109111472745/?type=3&theater" target="_blank">Dominos India</a>)</em><span></span><br></p><p><br></p>