Thin patty and bread were both quite dry. I purchased these burgers sans ketchu.
Thin patties are used for the McDouble, value hamburger, and cheeseburger. So tiny, I assumed it was a single cheeseburger.
The coworker who sampled all of these burgers with me claimed that the cheeseburger tasted like it had more cheese than the McDouble.
It made everything salty and mushy, not crispy. Bacon may seem like a fantastic addition to a sandwich, but it actually hurt this Quarter Pounder's ranking.
If you aren't an onion enthusiast, you'll probably find yourself picking the onion slices off of this sandwich. I enjoyed the onion, but remember.
McDonald's most renowned burger is delicious. Big Mac sauce puts this burger in our top three. Big Mac buns were less dry than Quarter Pounder and economy burger buns.
The bacon worked better with the Big Mac than it did with the Quarter Pounder. The extra bread piece tempered the bacon's saltiness, making it a tasty alternative.
We loved this burger. The delicious, fresh beef patty was topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, and mayo.
Paying extra at McDonald's gets you a nicer burger, overall. You may enhance the McDouble and cheeseburger by adding your own toppings.