A North Carolina woman certainly didn’t get a recent Burger King breakfast “her way”: instead of a fresh sausage croissant, she claims she was given a moldy sandwich. [More]
Now that nearly every American has a smartphone permanently fixed to their hand, a long list of restaurants including Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, Taco Bell and Dominos have upped their mobile presence by way of ordering and payment apps, and now one of the largest chains in the country is joining the ever-growing list: Subway. [More]
This decidedly minimalist sandwich showed up on Reddit today, and readers quickly deduced that it’s from Taiwan, where it sells for about 33 cents. Is that a fair price for a sandwich that’s mostly bread, and is clearly packaged in a way that makes it seem like there’s more to it than there really is, or does it make you want to demand more than a sliver of cucumber for your 10 New Taiwan Dollars?
Reader “Thunderpants” says that she was in McDonald’s yesterday during their free chicken sandwich promotion. The deal: Buy a medium or large drink and the sandwich itself is on the house. For some reason, however, this particular McDonald’s declared that only soft drink purchasers qualified for sandwiches. Nothing, not even a customer who claimed to have written the actual ad copy for the promotion, could convince them otherwise.