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I ate at Wendy's on a Sunday night at the [email protected] outlet.
Not much people, though. I had a cheese burger, bro had a chicken burger and Dad ate his baked potato with sour cream. Also got some fries to share.
The fries were good and biggg. You could actually see the potato skin on some of the fries. This means its natural, unlike McDonalds' freakishly small fries.
My burger was an average everyday burger, selfish bro (like always) didn't let me try his. Baked potato was good.
My bro and I got two ice cream cones each. It was really niceeeeeeee~~~~~~.
Short review here. Just an everyday outlet. I wonder why it's so popular in the US.
One of America's most loved fast food outlets, Wendy's, has opened in Singapore and credit goes to the Kopitiam group, which aims to open up 35 Wendy's outlets in our tiny nation in the next 10 years. The first outlet is located in the central business district - Lau Pa Sat and seats in the air conditioned area are limited so you will probably have to sit al fresco or within the premises of Lau Pa Sat. Honestly, that isn't a bad idea given that the interior of the eatery was smokey from the cooking and I could make out flies buzzing around. Talk about hygiene.
Triple Cheese - Wendy's beef burger patties come in square cuts, which is nothing more then a gimmick in my humble opinion. I had the largest burger on the menu - the 3/4lb triple cheese and honestly it wasn't as huge as I expected it to be. Think a cheeseburger from MacDonalds with 3 slices of beef. In case you balk at the comparison, please let me assure you that even the taste is similar, stemming from machine processed beef patties. Only the buns differ. Give me Carl's Junior anytime.
Spicy Chicken - This honestly tasted like a poor rendition of KFC's Zinger burger. For starters, the piece of chicken was smaller then that of the Zinger. And there wasn't much spiciness to speak of. The chicken essentially tasted limp and cold. Most disappointing!
We queued for 10 mins just to get our meals from the very cramp eatery, only to be disappointed with the food quality, which is miles apart from the Wendy's I tried in America. And prices are definitely more expensive then your usual MacDonalds or Burger King here in Singapore. Will I be back? Without a doubt, no.
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