Yesterday we were back at Burrito Boyz and I finally bit the bullet and had the bean and cheese burrito.
I'd been dreading running out of delicious meat-enhanced items on the menu and having to try the veggie ones.
I have to say… I really enjoyed it! I asked for some extra cheese when they were making it. It turned out pretty amazing.
Curiously though, it went through me like it was stuffed with Castor oil or something. By the time I got back to work, it was ready to come out. It was like living a stereotype.
Today was different. Plans got mucked up and by 1:20 or so I was just starving and looking for something… anything… to eat.
I headed down to get a vendor dog and again, the cart wasn't there. Then I figured I might as well get the McChicken I was intending to try on Monday.
I got to McD's and decided on the grilled chicken sandwich.
Curiously though, if you want to order the grilled chicken sandwich combo, #8 on the menu, you have to say "number eight combo please". As it turns out, if you instead say "number seven combo please" they then give you something entirely different.
What I ended up with was a crispy chicken sandwich. I can't even remember what it was officially called. McCrispyChickenSandwich I suppose.
My only lasting impression of it was that is should probably cost less. It tasted ok for a quick lunch. I think the most exciting flavour in it was the mayo. I couldn't help but think of how much better a Spicy Big Crunch was. McD's needs some spicy mayo or something to jazz things up.
Also, apparently "4 packets" qualifies as "lots of ketchup" in the McDonalds lexicon. Cheap buggers.