Diversification takes into account the difference of opinion, traits, religion, ethnicity, caste, religion, culture, language, choice, and food choices. Asia is one the most diverse regions of the world in terms of people, countries and climate.
Major fast food chains like Burger King, Hardees, McDonalds and Johnny Rocket are found in their original form but with special variations in all the major countries like China, Japan, Pakistan, India, the Middle East and South East Asia. The types of variations depend on the country, their holidays and other events and celebrations sessions and schedules, whether it is the size of the burger or the condiments put on it.
Keeping up with the current trends, local restaurants and cafes have popped up in all the major regions and countries providing the same food as the fast-food restaurants. These locals, who have a greater knowledge of local taste, have become a threat for these international burger chains.
The local owners artistically blend the foreign cuisine with local taste, producing the perfect blend and carving a niche for their restaurant and products. For example, the rice burger made in one of the Japan’s local restaurant: the bun is made from rice and the patty comes from a cow which is fed beer and massaged daily. The patty is topped with seasonal ingredients available at that time.
The Diner in Singapore serves an unusually constructed burger. The hefty chunk of beef is covered with mustard, caramelized onions and American cheese that melts well over the sides of the bun. This melted cheese is like a middle layer partitioning the beef from the condiments.
The combination of foreign and traditional taste in the menu item makes it more acceptable for the local crowd. It gives variation and adds a touch of the region’s most popular dish. This has led to the hamburger being accepted and widely acknowledged by people of all backgrounds.