When you enter a Burger King — whether you’re in Boston or Beijing — you expect certain things. The menu will offer flame-broiled burgers, the Whopper, french fries, and other classics. If, however, you do find yourself in one of the Restaurant Brands Intentional chain’s locations outside the United States, you might find some flavors you’re not expecting.

This can range from variations on the classics that use local twists. Perhaps you’ll see more soy sauce or wasabi mayo used in Asian countries. Or, you might find the chain’s Mushroom Veggie Burger, which makes the menu in some countries where, for some reason, it’s listed on the menu under salad.

Or, you can visit Burger King in Malaysia and try something entirely unique.

Meet Burger King’s New Sandwich

Fish has a limited place on the menu at U.S. fast-food chains. It’s usually relegated to a fried patty and, at some chains, it’s only offered for part of the year. Burger King, in its home market, has only one fish sandwich on the menu, its knock-off of McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish, the Big Fish.

Made from “100% White Alaskan Pollock, breaded with crispy panko breading and topped with sweet tartar sauce, tangy pickles, all on top of a toasted brioche-style bun,” according to the company’s website, The Big Fish seems pretty pedestrian.