Kim Kardashian just revealed her go-to order at McDonald's

Not even Kim can resist the occasional McDonald’s trip. Photo: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

The INSIDER Summary:

  • Kim Kardashian and Kayne West recently stopped at a McDonald’s while travelling in Japan.
  • Kim documented the visit to the fast food chain on Snapchat and revealed her go-to order.
  • She said, “No I did not get a fish filet. I always get a hot apple pie,” making a reference to a 2011 Kayne West song that mentions the fish filet.

Even celebrities like Kim Kardashian can’t resist an occasional trip to McDonald’s.

The star, who’s currently in Japan with her husband, Kayne West, recently posted two videos to Snapchat documenting a trip they took to a local McDonald’s.

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While her husband’s undying love for the chain is far from a secret — he tweeted that McDonald’s is his favourite brand last year — Kim has been known to stick to eating healthier meals.

We can’t blame her for treating herself, though, considering she is on vacation. According to her Snapchat video, Kim ordered her old standby when she and her husband visited the chain: apple pie.

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In the video she says, “No I did not get a fish filet. I always get a hot apple pie.”

Obviously, Kim was making a reference to a 2011 Kayne song, (the name of which is NSFW) in which he raps, “What she order, (what she order), fish filet.”

We can’t blame her for not wanting a fish filet, but apple pie seems like a slightly odd choice as well. To each their own, though.

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