Sausage, egg, and American cheese on an English muffin. Served with hash browns and coffee. Combo $5.25
Burger King, Gilroy CA
Ugh, the jerks forgot the egg and just gave me a sausage and cheese muffin. SO lame! I really can’t stand incompetent restaurant workers. 😦
Combo with coffee. ¥22
Burger King, Shanghai CHINA
I guess when they list “shredded pork”, what they really mean is some kind of pork patty. I’m not even sure what was in it, but it tasted a bit odd. I still remained reminiscent of American Burger King food though.
Savory sausage, eggs, and melted American cheese inside a warm English muffin. Served with small side of hash browns and a small Seattle’s Best coffee.. $5.29
Burger King, San Francisco CA
I can’t remember the last time I was at a Burger King in the States. I don’t really like their food very much, but I was late to work and didn’t have time to eat breakfast at home so I ducked in to BK for a quick meal. The sandwich was what I expected, OK. But they do seem bigger that the sandwiches at McDonald’s though.
Hash browns. These are the best part of a Burger King visit. I swear they must have MSG in them because they’re SO addictive. 🙂 But why don’t they call them tater tots? That has always confused me.
Seattle’s Best coffee. It’s super ghetto looking with the ill-fitting unbranded sleeve.
Big King hamburger with 2 flame grilled beef patties, crispy lettuce, sliced onions, pickles, American cheese and Big King sauce. Meal with small fries and small Diet Coke. £3.99
Burger King, London ENGLAND
I guess BK in London has a different “King of the Day” sandwich for each day of the week. Mondays are Big King cheeseburger days! The burger seems much smaller than how the product description on their website reads. Hmm… It tasted like Burger King though! Sometimes fast food chains taste differently in other countries, but even the ketchup tasted the same here.
Video and neon displays of Picadilly Circus. Not quite Times Square but it’s still cute. Love the red double decker bus in the pic.