I visit McDonalds in Kellogg, Idaho because there's any other restaurants in the rural area besides Subway and this one. Sunday afternoon on June 9, I ordered 2 McChicken, 4 Dollar Hamburgers and a Large Drink at the drive-thru.
The 4 Dollar Hamburgers were for my husband since he wanted some for a snack. The service is very polite with honest smiles on their faces and that's the good part. The bad part however is the food. The McChickens tasted okay but spicy (shouldn't be that way), but the Hamburgers as soon as I got home and let my husband open the wrappers it was bad.
It consisted on a thin hamburger patty, ketchup, mustard, thin chopped onions (a teaspoon), and a slice or slice and a half of pickles inside a fat squished bun.
Doesn't supposed that in order to do a real hamburger it could be with real round onions, some pickles like 3 o 4, and balanced seasonings? Why when you pay 5 or 6 dollar specialty hamburger it has the round onions, when the dollar one is shredded?
Product or Service Mentioned: Mcdonalds Hamburger.
Monetary Loss: $4.