Not to be confused with the BLT cheeseburger, did you know you can get a BLT sandwich custom made at Jack In The Box? Truth be told, you can probably do this anywhere they have the ingredients, but you might like to see what $1.38 gets you with Jack.
When I ordered it I was thinking "Wow, $1.38 is a great price for a BLT." When I got it home it was a bit disappointing. To order it, I asked for bacon, lettuce and tomato on a sourdough bun. And that's what I got. But I guess next time I need to ask for double bacon as this was way to light to call a meal. We'll have to compare this with custom BLTs found elsewhere and see who can do the best for the least.
A small burger and hot dog chain in New York City, Clarke's Standard offers fresh food in an old-fashioned, farm-meets-diner atmosphere. The menu is pretty simple: a burger in a handful of configurations as well as a chicken sandwich and a NY Standard hot dog. You can accompany your meal with regular or sweet potato fries.
There are a variety of condiment pumps to top off your meal. But nothing extreme here - don't look for mushrooms or melted cheese stations or designer mustards.
The NY Standard hot dog comes drenched in Three-Onion Red Sauce. They weren't kidding - there were large chunks of onion in the sauce and it had a little kick to it. The fries were crispy and generous.
For dessert you can have a milk shake or a cup of Little Clarke's ice cream. The latter is served complete with a traditional wooden spoon. The ice cream comes from a farm in Massachusetts.
As an added convenience, Clarke's will deliver from any of its five locations and you can order online via seamless.com.
In a word, disappointing. That's what I think of the Premium Chicken Sandwich at Burger King. The wrapped sandwich belies the hot mess waiting underneath:
This is one sad sandwich. And I thought the McDonald's chicken sandwich was disappointing. Where that sandwich was unusually dry, the BK version is disgustingly moist, dripping in mayo. Two generous slices of tomato almost hide the vanilla-white and equally bland chicken breast. And this is the GRILLED one. C'mon, Burger King, you can do better than this.
This is what it looked like when we asked for an extra side of ham at McDonald's during breakfast for our dog:
What? No special box?
Doesn't that look delicious? And only $1. Actually, $1 is steep, considering we could've bought a whole burger on the lunch menu for the same price.
it's been a while since I visited Jack in the Box and that delicious burger of burgers, the Ultimate Cheeseburger. Let's see how it has stood the test of time:
Ooohhh Yeahh. You haven't changed a bit. Meat, cheese, cheese, meat and cheese. You are everything a hearty burger should be. Thanks for being there!
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