McDonald’s is probably the most famous restaurant in town, so people flock here to try their great tasting menu. There’s a lot of preconceived notions with such a renowned restaurant like McD’s. I don’t know. That is what the locals and regulars call it. The crowd is pretty snobby and more health conscious than other restaurants.
It’s more creative and full of flavor than El Cellar De Can Roca, Noma, The Ledbury, French Laundry and Eleven Madison Park.
I have to say that their tasting menu is amazing. It’s more creative and full of flavor than El Cellar De Can Roca, Noma, The Ledbury, French Laundry and Eleven Madison Park. I’m VERY disappointed that they raised their prices on their tasting menu. I’m talking about the Dollar Menu. I guess now it’s called the “Extra Value Menu.” Seriously? How are you going to raise the price for a vanilla cone to $1 from $0.50 five years ago?!? WTF, man?
I was talking to this woman and she said she wasn’t interested. We happened to leave at the same time. All of a sudden…. she had a change of heart when she saw the valet pull up my Special Edition Toyota Corolla. I told her that if she can’t handle me at my Lil Kim and she sure as hell doesn’t deserve me at my Beyonce. By valet, I meant my mother.
The reason I gave it 7 points was because “McD’s” hasn’t innovated in years. It’s the same menu and people still have a hard time figuring out what they want. Seriously? Sure. They add popular items back on the menu and everyone goes crazy over the seasonal McRib. However, I’m not impressed with their “real pork” and that sauce.
- Service - 8/108/10
- Presentation - 5.5/105.5/10
- Flavor - 7/107/10
- Ambiance - 7/107/10
- Decor - 7.5/107.5/10
The most famous restaurant in town is consistently evolving and innovating with its tasting menu. They were the ones who came up with world famous concept of “Would you like fries with your order?” and “Would you like to make it a meal?” However, it has fallen on a creative block and Ronald McDonald’s is no longer the head chef. He’s been demoted to Fries. The rebel without a pulse is now on life support watching his kitchen offering a side of salad. The old glory days of McDonald’s is gone. Rome has fallen.