Cheese tastes better than the usual insipid yellow stuff. I can’t complain too much when it comes to Mc Donald’s prices, but sometimes I kind of scratch my head and wonder… Although Mc Donald’s still has me analyzing prices.I consider these mostly operational, and something that comes with any fast food hamburger.
If you stare at the lights on in a 24-hour Micky D’s long enough in the wee hours of the morning you might argue that sun hasn’t really set.
And Mc Donald’s burgers, much like Imperial Britain, have seen better days.
Blame a shared case of pissing off locals due to the use beef byproducts, or just chalk it up to losing its influence thanks to two major Burger Wars, but the general consensus these days is that when it comes to hamburgers, Mc Donald’s offerings have regressed into a shadow of what they once tasted like and stood for.
Still, like the Falklands conflict or a really cool imported British TV comedy, Mc Donald’s is able to surprise us when it comes to hamburgers in some of the most unlikely of places.
The least expensive burgers on the Mc Donald’s menu are the Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Mc Double and Double Cheeseburger. Just a little pocket change between slices of cheese and burger patties.
One of the best values in the quick-serve industry. In my area, the Mc Donald’s regular Hamburger is currently 95-cents. Usually reserved for Happy Meals, the regular Hamburger is forgotten these days amongst so many other bigger burger choices.
or one less slice of American cheese from the Double.
The Mc Donald’s Double Cheesebuger: The old favorite of the Dollar Menu that once was.
One of those “scratch my head and wonder” moments struck me a long time ago and I figured it would have a place here at Grub Grade to share and discuss.
I’m sure some of you have thought about this exact topic.
To make myself clear right off the bat, for the most part Mc Donald’s does it right.