On a recent visit to Barcelona I stopped by my neighborhood Burger King. The interior was nice and familiar. The menu had all the classics plus a number of interesting items. Sadly, my pics of the main menu didn’t turn out, so all I have to show is this one for the side items and drinks:
My sad circle is pointing out something cool. In Barcelona, you can have a cup of beer instead of a Coke or water. Nice.
I tried the Steakhouse Burger. What a glorious piece of sandwich engineering this is.
Check out that magnificence. The bottom-up assembly is heel>patty>cheese>bacon>onion strings>tomato>lettuce>mayo>crown. Note they chose to put the mayo on top, rather than on the bottom as is customary for flavor (like on the Whopper.)
I found the sandwich hearty, meaty, and very tasty. A perfect blend of toppings in every bite, topped off by a satisfying crunch from the onion strings.
Above is a curiosity. I’ve never seen customer-accessible microwaves before. This one was right next to the drink machines. How cold could the food get 10 feet from where you pick it up?
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