While Kim, Lucas and I had been to Italy multiple times, this would be Theo’s first time and his 40th country visited!
As we wandered around Trieste we came across a location of McDonald’s Italy so we had to stop in for a snack. (We also stopped by a McD’s the following morning to try some pastries for breakfast.)Here is what we tried at McDonald’s Italy:
The order comes with two panzerotti. They were crispy and gooey inside with a good pizza flavor. The one negative was that they were a bit on the greasy side.
Regardless, they reminded me of pizza rolls you’d get in school and were very enjoyable. I’d definitely order these again.
While I’m not a big fan of Nutella, this was still very tasty. I only took one bite since I ordered this for my 9 year-old Lucas. (He loved it!)
The cheese was incredibly sharp and just outstanding. I’d love to see this offered at more McD’s.
Various Pastries: Treccia with Cream & Custard Croissant:The Treccia is best described as a braided or twisted pieces of dough. It was crispy and filled with a tasty cream. We really enjoyed this pastry.
The Custard Croissant was a bit disappointing. I’d consider it an OK croissant and the custard inside was nothing special. Oh well…
The Chocolate Donut was much better. It had a tasty, rich chocolate coating and reminded me of an Entenmann’s donut. (I say that in a good way.)
I would’ve liked to have seen McPizza or a McPasta dish on the menu, at least there was enjoyable panzerroti! Overall, McDonald’s Italy offered some tasty local menu items besides the usual McD’s offerings.
Check out my other McDonald’s Reviews:
- USA (Mozzarella Sticks)
- Costa Rica
- American Samoa
- The Netherlands
- Sri Lanka
- USA (McRib)
- USA (Crispy Chicken Sandwich)
McDonald’s McMansions in the United States