But the Russian version of Happy Meals—called Combos—has reportedly left some customers decidedly unhappy at the additional protein served up.
Images posted have shown what appears to be insect legs and bugs in the burgers, while other pictures document creeping mold on the buns.
In response to the claims, a spokeswoman for the chain told Newsweek that "product quality and safety is our top priority.
And the entire batch, in which the product of inadequate quality was found, has been discarded.".
Of course, there is no shortage of claims about insects being found in the food produced by fast food outlets in the U.S.
The rebranded fast-food chain retains the old McDonald's interior but there is no reference to its old name.
While there are no Big Mac or McFlurry equivalents, the menu boasts of burger offerings called "Grand Deluxe," "Double Grand," and "Big Special. »