The toppings, especially the lettuce that wilts before you take a mouthful and the perennially underripe tomato, are disappointing.
This burger is out of this world. This Burger King offering will barely fit in your mouth, with three Whopper-size patties stacked high.
When consumed, the mixture of soy protein, potato protein, coconut oil, sunflower oil, salt, yeast, & MANY emulsifying agents resembles a hockey puck made of glue.
The thin, gray beef patty lacks taste, so you're just paying for onions, a pickle, and steamed buns.
With three of the chain's five-inch patties piled high, it is difficult to manage, and unlike sandwiches such as the Big Mac, there is no bread to offset the texture.
Unfortunately, the lettuce is a large piece of iceberg that quickly wilts and becomes oily. In addition, the patty appears underseasoned.
Again, a burger should be able to accommodate in your mouth and should be kept uncomplicated. This is one instance of a staged burger gone wrong.
The classic McDonald's cheeseburger is one of the most craveable fast-food sandwiches, but the McDouble seems like too much of a good thing.
On its gourmet menu, Red Robin offers sandwiches with enormous, overly desiccated buns. All the components are present, but they do not function.