How does McDonald’s price compare around the world?


MCDONALD’S has more than 39,000 points of sale in 120 countries, which serve 68 MILLION customers per day.

Here we take a look at where fast food fans are charged the most to get their fix …


McDonald’s in LebanonCredit: Alamy

Which country has the most expensive McDonald’s in the world?

  1. Lebanon – Lebanon is home to the most expensive McDonald’s in the world.

Fast food lovers have to shell out £ 15.89 for a Big Mac.

Meanwhile, a large fries will set you back £ 9.63 and a large coke will cost £ 6.74.

Even children’s meals are very expensive, at £ 15.89.

McDonald’s opened in Lebanon in 1985 and has 24 outlets.

  • 2. Switzerland
  • 3. Liechtenstein
  • 4. Israel
  • 5. Samoa

By comparison, a Bic Mac in the UK costs you £ 3.29 in October 2021.

Large fries cost £ 1.49 and Happy Meals cost around £ 2.59.

A big coke will cost the British around £ 1.29.

Which country has the cheapest McDonald’s in the world?

  1. Indonesia – Indonesia is home to the cheapest McDonald’s in the world.

And there are a total of 224 branches where Indonesians can have their meals.

A Big Mac will only cost hungry customers £ 1.75.

Meanwhile, a large fry costs just £ 1.13 and a large coke will only cost 62 pence.

And children’s meals are very inexpensive and cost just £ 1.83.

In the UK you can buy a hamburger and a cheeseburger for less than a pound, priced at 89p and 99p respectively.

What is the most expensive McDonald’s menu item in the world?

  1. The Lebanese Grand Chicken Special, which costs £ 19.67, is the most expensive McDonald’s item in the world.
  2. France and Monaco Signature Charolais & Sauce Aux 2 Moutardes comes in second at £ 10.44
  3. Israeli Mega Tokyo burger, which is filled with fried mushrooms and Asian barbecue sauce, is the third most expensive in the world for £ 9.78
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