Wednesday 26 January 2011

An Ode to the Burger King Bacon Double Cheeseburger

After promising everyone that I wouldn't do it, that I'd be somehow selling myself out, I finally succumbed.

In all fairness, there were extenuating circumstances. I was hungry. It was late. I had been drinking. All the trains in Waterloo Station were delayed. With no indication of how long it would take before the trains were functioning again, and the friendly and enticing red/white/yellow of burger king on the edge of my peripheral vision,

So I'm starting a new category: Fast Food Joints. This classification will take the commoditised burger

Price: £3.69
Meat: Nondescript, but with quite a nice 'just bbq'd' flavour. Two patties.
Bun: Sesame seeded bap that holds the burger together nicely.
Cheese: A flavourless slice of processed rubbish, however nicely melted to stick the bun to the burger.
Bacon: Actually quite good. Streaky and well cooked, with a nice 'bacony' flavour.
Accompaniments: Zilch, nada, diddly squat, nothing. This is a simple burger (for simple people) - it's got the DMC (Dough Meat Cheese) trio and that's your lot.

This is not what my burger looked like...

The Burger King Bacon Double Cheeseburger is a good 'session' burger, although at £3.69 a pop, if you want more than one, you may want to visit one of these other establishments.

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