Meat quality: 6 oz grade-A beef burger with various
Type of fries: crisp, suitable portion
Bun size: regular, medium bun
Drink: various beverages
Order method: server
Wait time for meal: 2 min.
Atmosphere: drive-thru, restaurant
Rating/comment: 3.5 wimpys (out of 5): No matter if
it’s Smith & Wollensky or BK, the craving for a burger knows no
difference. Most of us hard-working stiffs need a quickie lunch stop, so it’s
essential to find the best available stop for the price. BK has been pumping its
cheeseburger meals, ranking from the single, double or triple cheeseburger meals
at $2.79, $2.89 and $2.99 respectively. Make sure to order by layers and not
price. Otherwise there’s a good chance the order will get screwed up. If
you’re real hungry, get the triple. We recommend the compromise double, a nice
eat for the price. It’s definitely not S&W, but if 30 minutes is all you
have it works. Forget all that “fast food is bad for you.” The burgers are
fine. We like BK’s burger rolls, beverage variety and decent effort at fries.
No fry compares to Fatburger, but the price and volume of BK stops, makes this
more than satisfactory in a rush. We do wish for a retro 1976 Whopper, sold for
99 cents at the University of South Carolina.