Costco food courts sell different meals around the world - here's a look through the warehouse giant's international menu
- Costco's food court menus tend to be fairly static in terms of offerings and pricing.
- But the international retailer sometimes puts out dishes aligned with local tastes.
- From Japanese bulgogi bakes to French ham-and-cheese croissants, here are menu items you can only order in certain Costco food courts around the world.
Costco food courts don't have perfectly static menus.
Sure, you'll have a general sense of what's up for grabs when you head into most warehouses around the world.
But Costco currently operates 770 warehouses across the globe, according to the company's latest filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The majority of those warehouses are based in the United States, but the company also has a presence in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Spain, Iceland, and France.
Those warehouses' food courts are catering to an awful lot of hungry shoppers. And in some cases, Costco has opted to adjust its menu to suit local tastes and customers. The February 2019 edition of the Costco Connection breaks down the warehouse chain's exclusively international fare.
Here are some dishes that you can only find in certain Costco food courts around the world: