It had been awhile since we’d eaten at McDonald’s. Neither Laos, Vietnam, nor Cambodia had the franchise, so we had to wait until our Southeast Asian loop was done before we could eat there again in Malaysia. Wasn’t hard to find a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur; there was one right outside our hotel. Oksana went for the Malaysian variation on fried chicken and I tried out the seasonal Prosperity Menu (I guess it only occasionally comes around, like the McRib back home.) Mmmm… I can still taste that black pepper!
Not much else to say, except that we saw something new and McDonald’s related around town. Lots of cars had what looked like Golden Arches parking stickers on their windshields. Turns out that signifies the driver is a member of the McDonald’s VIP Drive-Thru club, which, I guess, entities them to a small freebie once a month. Don’t know what McDonald’s gets out of that, but judging by the number of stickers we saw, it seems like it’s a very popular club.