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Restaurant M Makes Fancy Meals from McDonald’s Foods

by Shane McGlaun
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Growing up, my mom was a terrible cook, it was all microwave or deep fried. Thanks to that, I learned to cook at a very young age and I still like to be in the kitchen to this day. I also like to watch cooking shows. One of my favorites is Cutthroat Kitchen where the contestant can buy things and force their competitors to cook with terrible ingredients that have to taste good. Restaurant M seems like something that would be inflicted on a Cutthroat Kitchen contestant.

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For a single day, Restaurant M was open in Japan and all of the food was made using items from the McDonald’s menu. The finger foods with the toothpicks in them are various McDonald’s patties. That Jell-O looking stuff you see is filled with vegetables (who knew McDonald’s sold vegetables?).

I’m not sure what the point was. No matter how fancy it looks the only tasty thing McDonald’s makes are fries and the McRib. I don’t see a McRib here. Would you eat at Restaurant M? I’m still thinking a fancy chef lost a bet or something.

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[via Sorrida via Kotaku]

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