A Look at the Most Vile Discontinued Fast Food Items

By Jack Ripley | January 23, 2024

McDonald's Gracoro Burger

Welcome to our gallery exploring a nostalgic journey through the intriguing world of discontinued fast-food items that pushed the boundaries of what customers wanted to eat. There's a chance that you remember some of these items but consider yourself lucky if these passed you by. Join us as we delve deeper into the stories behind these discontinued fast-food items, reminiscing about the flavors, controversies, and memories they created. Continue reading to uncover more intriguing tales from the world of fast food innovation and share in the nostalgia that these remarkable creations evoke.

Indulge your curiosity and continue reading to discover more about these unforgettable fast-food items that challenged conventions and captured our attention. Explore the unique stories and flavors that defined a generation. Let's embark on this nostalgic and calorie-filled journey together.

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The Gracoro Burger is a unique and delicious burger that has been available at McDonald's locations in Japan since 1993. The burger is made with a patty of fried shrimp and macaroni in a creamy white sauce, all sandwiched between two soft buns.

The Gracoro Burger is a popular item in Japan, especially during the winter months. The combination of the creamy white sauce and the crispy fried shrimp is a perfect way to warm up on a cold day.

Western carnivores may view the Gracoro Burger with skepticism, but there is something enticing about the burger's ingredients. The combination of the shrimp and the macaroni is unexpected, but it works surprisingly well. The creamy white sauce adds a touch of richness, and the soft buns provide a perfect vehicle for all of the flavors. However, if you're an eater with texture issues this may not be the burger for you.

Pizza Hut's Star Edge Pizza

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Over the years, Pizza Hut has introduced a range of outlandish products, from hot dog-stuffed crusts to pizzas encircled by miniature meat pies. Among the contenders for the most outrageous creation, the Star Edge Pizza, exclusively available in South Korea, certainly stands out with its ability to provoke disgust. Priced at $32 per pizza, this culinary masterpiece aims to provide a comprehensive meal experience: We've got appetizers, the main course, and even a touch of dessert.

Pizza Hut went all out with the Star Edge. Topping the pizza with items for each culinary realm: surf (shrimp, calamari), turf (sausage, steak, bacon), and a medley of garden delights (broccoli, peppers, onions). Got a sweet tooth? Pizza Hut has you covered. The crust itself consists of turnovers filled with either cream cheese and cinnamon apples or cranberries, ensuring a sugary finale to the meal. Even though the Star Edge is the garbage plate of South Korea, that doesn't mean we don't want to experience this over the top idea ourselves.