The wait is over for Ho Chi Minh City residents and travelers in need of a Chicken McNugget fix.
Vietnam's first McDonald's restaurant officially opened for business this weekend.
Located in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam's commercial center, the McDonald's branch has a 24-hour drive-through service and will feature the usual menu classics, plus some items to cater to local tastes (McPork, anyone?), according to Vietnamese media.
The chain joins other Western fast food chains already present in the country such as Subway, Burger King and KFC, catering to an increasingly brand conscious local middle class.
Menu items at the McDonald's are priced at an average VND40,000-VND60,000 ($1.90-2.84).
With the addition of Vietnam, McDonald's now operates in 119 countries.
Last year, McDonald's announced that Nguyen Bao Hoang -- or Henry Nguyen as he's known in the West -- would be the developmental licensee for Vietnam to build the brand.