Photos: 8 Foreign Fast-Food Chains You Need to Know

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One of the 483 Steers restaurants in South Africa.
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The rib burger and chips is the most popular order at Steers in South Africa and goes for 32.95 rand, or about $4.50.
Albaik in Saudi Arabia.
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The four-piece chicken meal (mild or spicy) with garlic sauce, French fries, and bread—the most popular order at Albaik, in Saudi Arabia—costs 12 riyal, or about $3.25.
Nordsee in Germany.
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The Nordsee Plate, with steamed codfish fillets in a mustard sauce with chives, mixed vegetables, and parsley baby potatoes—for 8 euros, or about $11.50—is the most popular order at Nordsee, in Germany.
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Nordsee in Germany.
Teremok in Russia.
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A blini filled with red caviar or salmon roe—which costs 240 rubles, or about $8.30—is the most popular item at Teremok in Russia.
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Giraffas in Brazil.
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In acknowledgment of national preferences in Brazil, the food at Giraffas is usually presented on open plates, not in cardboard boxes, for guests eating in-house.
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Kaati Zone in India.
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The Kaati Zone in India specializes in kaati rolls: unleavened flat bread that's been lightly fried and coated with egg, then stuffed with meat or vegetarian fillings.
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By 2010, Mr. Lee had 400 locations in 19 provinces across China.
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Ever wonder what qualifies as "fast food" in other countries? From salmon-roe pancakes in Russia to rib burgers in South Africa, you might be surprised by the answers. Here are eight chains you shouldn't miss.

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