Raleigh >Burger King
Never Got It Right. My order was never right, so I just gave up. Now I only go to restaurants that make food fresh to order (i.e Five Guys). I always ask for my food to be hot/fresh (and I don't mind waiting for this), but it was always cold/luke warm, or scorching hot after being nuked in the microwave. Somehow they always ended up putting everything I said I didn't want on my sandwich, on the sandwich. I find this to be a theme at several Burger King restaurants (see my other post about the Clayton, NC BK). I walked in one day to see the workers making the sandwiches w/their bare hands, and the cashiers were talking about how the workers making the sandwiches were getting things wrong all day. Someone also came in that same day complaining about the meat not being fully cooked. Needless to say I just walked out. Too bad Gordon Ramsay doesn't help chain restaurants, I would definitely like to see some of them on Kitchen Nightmares.
Flame-broiled burgers--especially the trademarked Whopper--are royalty at this popular fast-food chain..
Founded in 1954, this ultracasual eatery (often with a drive-through) made its name with hamburgers cooked over flames and finished with the customer's choice of toppings. The signature sandwich has always been the Whopper, a quarter-pound burger with tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, pickles and onions. The menu also features fish fillets and spicy chicken sandwiches, garden salads with fire-grilled shrimp and chicken, the breakfast "Croissan'wich," crispy onion rings and even veggie burgers.
the best and the fastest lunch in town. The drive thru provides faster service than I get anywhere else. The food is always hot and fresh. I always go to Burger King at Becon Plaza for the best Whopper in town, and the fries are always salted just right.
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