From the history of fast food restaurants to the modern-day trends like coffee shops. Think burger joints, fried chicken and food ordering apps for inspiration to ace our free fast food quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some gut-busting quizzing.
Round 1 – Logos
1 – What two colours feature on the Subway logo?
2 – Which chain has a logo that features a two-tailed mermaid?
3 – How many dots appear on the domino’s logo?
4 – What three colours feature on the Burger King logo?
5 – How many colours feature on the Pizza Hut logo?
6 – Which chain has a logo that features 4 yellow squares inside a blue square?
7 – Which chains logo depicts the Rooster of Barcelos?
8 – Which chain has a logo that depicts a coffee cup with the letters DD on it?
9 – Who features on the KFC logo?
10 – What colour is the McDonald’s M?
1 – Which chain is the world’s largest toy distributor?
2 – Colonel Sanders opened his first restaurant inside a what?
3 – How many inches is a standard Subway sub?
4 – Which chain once sold a black squid ink burger?
5 – Which chain’s bread contained azodicarbonamide until 2014?
6 – Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is discarded if not used within how many minutes – 18, 28 or 58?
7 – Which chain started in the back of a broom closet?
8 – What is the UK’s selling Domino’s pizza?
9 – Which chain invented The Crown Crust Pizza?
10 – How many herbs & spices are in KFCs chicken seasoning?
1 – Fast Food Ads are banned in the UK until what time?
2 – How old was the Subway founder when he started his first sandwich shop – 17, 37 or 57?
3 – In what year did the first Taco Bell open in the UK?
4 – What came first Wimpy or McDonald’s?
5 – A Woman Planted a fingertip in her chilli at what restaurant chain?
6 – Which chain was sued by vegetarians for cooking fries in beef tallow instead of vegetable oil?
7 – Which pizza chain was sued by a man for texting him too often?
8 – Where did the first Pret A Manger shop open?
9 – Who is McDonald’s mascot?
10 – Vernon Rudolph founded which sweet chain?
1 – Which was the first national pizza chain to offer online ordering?
2 – The Filet O’ Fish was invented for Catholics – True or False?
3 – The founder of Wendy’s is called Wendy – True or False?
4 – What year did SpudUlike close all its remaining restaurants in the UK?
5 – In what year was Just Eat founded?
6 – In which country can you buy a KFC Christmas Barrel?
7 – Which chain delivered a pizza to the International Space Station in 2001?
8 – Which is the largest coffee chain in the world?
9 – What is the most popular drive-thru in the UK?
10 – What is Burger King known as in Australia?
1 – Which fast food chain was named after a cartoon?
2 – The Noid was an advertising character for which chain?
3 – Which chain brought out a limited-edition cologne for $55 in Japan?
4 – Who ate 1000s of chicken nuggets during the 2008 Beijing Olympics?
5 – Which country is home to a ski-thru McDonald’s?
6 – Which US president ordered 2 Big Macs, 2 Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, & a small chocolate shake?
7 – Which chain used to be called Pete’s Super Submarines?
8 – What is the UK’s most popular takeaway?
9 – McDonald’s used to sell pizza – True or False?
Think you know all things weird and wonderful about food? Then take on the unusual foods trivia quiz to test your knowledge of the strangest ingredients, unexpected delicacies, and curious combinations. Through food that is historical, fermented and rotten to just plain odd.
You’ll find 100 questions divided into 4 rounds, so get ready for some bizarre quizzing.
Round 1 – Unusual Food Trivia
1 – Which fruit turns the flavour of sour foods sweet?
2 – What colour are Chinese 1000-year-old eggs?
3 – Which two venomous animals are added to wine in Vietnam?
4 – What is Kopi Luwak, the most expensive coffee in the world, also known as?
5 – Which processed meat is popular in Hawaii?
6 – What is the name of the stick-shaped boiled sugar sold at British seasides?
7 – Which tinned fish is so smelly it is illegal to open in public in Sweden?
8 – Which two cuisines inspired New Orleans yakamein?
9 – Who is the only person allowed to eat swan in the UK?
10 – Which animal is used for transport, milk and meat in the Middle East?
11 – In Spain how many grapes must you eat on New Year’s Eve for good luck?
12 – In 2013 which mislabeled meat caused a scandal in UK supermarkets?
13 – In Arkansas what are ‘buffalo ribs’?
14 – Which part of a shark is used in the popular Chinese soup?
15 – What is the main ingredient in most wasabi products?
16 – Which South Asian fruit is known for having a sweet taste and rotten smell?
17 – What is the name of a castrated cockerel?
18 – Which Australian fruit produces ‘citrus caviar’?
19 – What flavour is snake fruit?
20 – What is the name of the cookie which contains a message predicting your future?
21 – What are crab sticks made from?
22 – Which eight-legged creature is eaten deep fried in Cambodia?
23 – Which cheese is used to make Sardinian casu martzu, also known as maggot cheese?
24 – What are American deep fried ‘Rocky Mountain Oysters’ made from?
25 – Which reptile is known as ‘chicken of the trees’ in South America?
Round 2 – Unusual Foods In History
1- Why were tapeworms purposely eaten in the 1900s?
2 – Which ancient civilisation used chocolate as currency?
3 – Which corned meat was sold as ‘whacon’ in the UK during World War II?
4 – In medieval times what was the electric daisy flower used to treat?
5 – Which animal was eaten by the crew of Darwin’s ship on the voyage back from the Galapagos?
6 – Where was Marmite invented?
7 – Which prickly spined animal was roasted in the Medieval Ages?
8 – What is the name of the prized substance produced by the digestive system of a sperm whale?
9 – Which part of a calf was used instead of turtle to create mock turtle soup?
10 – Which layered pasta dish did Colgate attempt to launch as a frozen ready-meal?
11 – Which civilization ate stuffed dormouse as a delicacy?
12 – What is the one ingredient in ‘Britain’s Cheapest Meal’, the toast sandwich?
13 – Which expensive shellfish used to be considered peasant food?
14 – What are the three birds stuffed inside one another to become a turducken?
15 – What is the name of the first president of the United States, who also loved mushroom ketchup?
16 – What product did Heinz unsuccessfully try to sell on pizza??
17 – Which Cambridge club aimed to eat ‘birds and beasts which were before unknown to human palate’?
18 – Russian tsars believed ‘unicorn horns’ to be a universal cure, what was actually being sold to them?
19 – In hunting culture which beating organ is often eaten straight after the kill?
20 – What is the name of the clear savoury jelly set in a mould and filled with meat, fish or vegetables?
21 – Where does Hawaiian pizza originate?
22 – Popular in Eastern Europe, which fish is bought live and kept in the bath till Christmas Eve?
23 – Which meat was part of the first meal eaten on the Moon?
24 – What part of a beaver was allowed to be eaten during Lent as it was believed to be a fish?
25 – Which vegetable was cultivated to be orange in honour of the Duke of Orange?
Round 3 – Unusual Food In Movies and TV
1 – In Elf, which unusual topping does Buddy add to all his food?
2 – Which TV show is Tubby Toast from?
3 – At a sushi restaurant which fish does Homer Simpson think has poisoned him?
4 – Which food gives popeye superhuman strength?
5 – In Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom what is served at the feast?
6 – What food does SpongeBob make when he pulls on the stingers of a jellyfish?
7 – In Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory what turns Violet into a blueberry?
8 – Which food is used to bribe Scooby-Doo and Shaggy?
9 – What do The Twits fill their pie with?
10 – What did Hannibal Lecter eat with liver and fava beans?
11 – Which large, white larvae is well known for being eaten live in on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!?
12 – What are the pies filled within Sweeney Todd?
13 – In iCarly what is spaghetti famously served with?
14 – In Rick and Morty what food does Rick transform himself into?
15 – What colour are the snow cones in Monsters, Inc?
16 – Which American snack cake is believed to survive the end of the world in Family Guy and WALL-E?
17 – Which red fruit is used to poison Snow White?
18 – What grows from the magic beans which Jack trades for a cow?
19 – In Macbeth who adds ‘eye of newt, and toe of frog’ into a cauldron?
20 – Which food rains from the sky in ‘Cloudy with a Chance of…’?
21 – What food is Kevin the Snipe from UP obsessed with?
22 – Which dish do Lady and the Tramp share?
23 – What is unusual about the gobstopper in Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory?
24 – What kind of fruit tree slaps Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz?
25 – In which animated film is Remy the rat an aspiring chef?
Round 4 – In Which Country Is This Unusual Food Most Popular
Fancy yourself as a bit of a Foodie? For forever and a day humans have been making and eating great food, but how far does your palate stretch? Think Foreign Cuisines from around the globe for inspiration to ace our free World Foods quiz.
You’ll find 100 questions divided into 4 rounds, so gather your family or friends for some Tasty quizzing.
Round 1 – Italian Food
1 – What Country does pasta originate from?
2 – The milk of What animal is used for most commercial Mozzarella?
3 – What two types of meat are used in traditional Italian meatballs?
4 – What is the Italian name for bow-tie pasta?
5 – What is the name of the pasta sauce made up of cream, eggs, and bacon?
6 – What are the two core ingredients of fresh pasta?
7 – What is the name of the traditional Italian flatbread, topped with sauce and cheese?
8 – The three Italian hard cheeses are: Parmigianino regianno, pecorino romano, and what other cheese?
9 – What is the Italian name for the pasta which is shaped into long, thin cylinders?
10 – What are the three ingredients in a traditional béchamel sauce?
11 – What is the name of the traditional layered Italian pasta made with sheets of dried or fresh pasta?
12 – A Hawaiian pizza is topped with what?
13 – What herbs make up an Italian herb mix?
14 – What is the name of the famous, coffee-flavored Italian dessert?
15 – What is the name for the small cups of concentrated coffee?
16 – Is traditional pizza thick or thin?
17 – What are the ‘big three’ of an Italian dinner table?
18 – When do Italians typically drink milky coffee?
19 – What is the name of Italy’s famous vinegar?
20 – What is the name of Italian Christmas cake?
21 – What is traditionally paired with ricotta when filling ravioli or tortellini?
22 – What is the name of the rice traditionally used for risotto?
23 – What soft cheese is traditionally used on pizzas?
24 – What is pasta al forno?
25 – Foccaccia and ciabatta are types of what?
Round 2 – Spanish Food
1- The main meal of a Spanish day is eaten at what time?
2 – What is the name of the most famous Spanish rice dish?
3 – What is a Spanish tortilla?
4 – Spanish desserts are often creamy, and flavoured with what spice?
5 – What Spanish sausage is flavoured with garlic and paprika?
6 – From which animal is jamón serrano made?
7 – What is the name of the Spanish pig’s blood sausage?
8 – What is the name of cold Spanish tomato soup?
9 – What is the name of Spanish almond, bread, and garlic soup?
10 – What is ‘calamar’ in Spanish cooking?
11 – What is the traditional Andalusian way of preparing large pieces of fish?
12 – El pulpo a la gallega is what?
13 – What does it mean to prepare food ‘al ajillo’?
14 – What is el pisto?
15 – What is horchata?
16 – What is tapas?
17 – Red wine is used in which traditional Spanish summer drink?
18 – What is the central ingredient of the dish ‘las migas’?
19 – What is the name of a traditional Spanish fritter?
20 – What is the name of a traditional Spanish nougat?
21 – What is la torta de aceite?
22 – How many grapes are traditionally eaten at midnight during Spanish New Year celebrations?
23 – What flower is saffron made from?
24 – Is a traditional Spanish breakfast sweet or savoury?
25 – What international food based council is based in Madrid?
Round 3 – French Food
1 – What phrase is typically said before a meal?
2 – The legs of what animal are a popular food?
3 – What are les escargots?
4 – What is the most popular French bread?
5 – What is the name of the famous curved pastries from France?
6 – What famous phrase is said about the number of French cheeses out there?
7 – What special cake is eaten on the sixth of January?
8 – What are the three fillings of a quiche Lorraine?
9 – What is the name of the famous French vegetable stew?
10 – Which meal is known as ‘the little lunch’?
11 – What is the name of the famous French seafood soup?
12 – What part of an animal is foie gras made from?
13 – What is the French term for a paste made from meat or fish?
14 – What are the fillings of a croque monsieur?
15 – What sauce is produced in the Dijon city in France?
16 – What does it mean to serve food ‘en flambé’?
17 – What is the name of an alcoholic pancake dish made with lemon and orange?
18 – What French dish is made with a pig’s head, tongue, and ears?
19 – What is French toast dipped in prior to cooking?
20 – What are the two main ingredients in boeuf bourguignon?
21 – What is le coq au vin?
22 – How is a pot au feu made?
23 – What is la sauce chasseur typically served alongside?
24 – What is the name for preserving meat in its own cooled, hardened fat?
25 – What is confit meat typically used in?
Round 4 – Chinese Food
1 – Where in China are noodles preferred over rice?
2 – What beans are tofu made from?
3 – What is Seitan made up of?
4 – Which region uses the most chillies when cooking?
5 – What tool means that most meals are served in bite-sized portions?
6 – Is it more common to eat in groups or alone in Chinese settings?
7 – What is often done over food rather than coffee?
8 – What grain is typically served as a Chinese side dish?
9 – Why does a lot of Chinese food make use of less common ingredients?
10 – Where is Chop Suey originally from?
11 – How many culinary cuisines are there in China?
12 – How many dairy products are involved in Chinese food?
13 – How is food typically presented in China?
14 – What is the superstitious meaning associated with ingot shaped dumplings?
15 – What type of ingredient is traditionally served as a dessert?
16 – What sweet treat originated in China?
17 – What Japanese meals were originally made in China?
18 – What popular condiment originated in China?
19 – In what year did average Chinese daily calorie intake experience its greatest rise ever?
20 – Where were fortune cookies invented?
21 – What is the translation of ‘dim sum’?
22 – Why is there such a large variety in Chinese cuisine
23 – Why does traditional Chinese food often not contain beef?
24 – Why are chopsticks favoured over knives and forks?
25 – Where is the honoured guest seated at a traditional Chinese meal?