1621 Carter Hill Rd, Montgomery, AL | Directions 3610632.359209 -86.284645
Mon. - Sun. 6am - 12pm
Beware the phony Whopper... – My boyfriend got us Whopper & Whopper Jr. meals one Saturday afternoon. I'm adding a star because they got the request for no onion right.
The fries were cold and soggy. They had an oily aftertaste like old onions that coated the tongue and sat there. I don't expect them to change the grease after every batch, but I wonder if they've EVER changed the grease at this location...o_O
My fruit drink was overly sweet - they probably added too much syrup and not enough water. On the flip side his soda was watered down...Figures....
I'm a Whopper fanatic, be it chicken or Jr. It broke my heart to witness the biggest tragedy since the WTC collapsed: they ruined the sole reason we crave BK. Somehow they made it smell funny and taste terrible. The bun had a crumbly hardness to it - not quite stale - and it had a strange gummy texture and sugary flavor that put me off. And the beef patty didn't exude its normal beefy aroma; it smelled funky like burnt hair. Obviously the odor wasn't foul enough to completely deter my raging appetite, but now I wish it had. By its taste (or lack thereof) I guess it sat under a heating lamp for hours, losing all its juicy goodness during that time. I may as well have been chewing a rubber eraser. Maybe the condiments could have livened up the dead burgers, but they were so stingy with the ketchup and mayo it didn't matter. I swear each burger contained only a dime sized portion of each! These were no Whoppers - they were whopping ripoffs.
My advice is to save yourself the punishment of ordering from folks who clearly don't give a damn about quality and only care about making food fast and in quantity. Just skip this location and head on down a few more minutes to the Atlanta Hwy locale - THEY know what's up.
Flame-broiled burgers--especially the trademarked Whopper--are royalty at this popular fast-food chain. – In Short
Founded in 1954, this ultracasual eatery (often with a drive-through) made its name with hamburgers cooked over flames and finished with the customer's choice of toppings. The signature sandwich has always been the Whopper, a quarter-pound burger with tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, pickles and onions. The menu also features fish fillets and spicy chicken sandwiches, garden salads with fire-grilled shrimp and chicken, the breakfast "Croissan'wich," crispy onion rings and even veggie burgers.
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