Fast Food With Drive Thru

Over the years there have been quite a few strange rumors and scary stories regarding the roast beef served Fast Food 24 Hour Drive Thru. The most common of these tall-tales would have us believe the meat is not real. Some have said it’s made from a mixture of powder and beef drippings (fat or grease), others claim it arrives in the form of a gelatinous blob, and transformed into a solid substance by heating, or using chemicals and additives. All of these are false. It’s not imitation meat. It’s very real. Enough of the silliness.

Drive Thru Fast Food Near Me

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That being said, I suppose one could argue the quality of the beef is not the highest, but we’re talking about mass produced fast food here, not a plate of prime rib at a fancy restaurant. You’ve got to keep things in perspective, and this is perfectly good, tender and tasty roast beef. It won’t impress those with an appetite for the finer things in life, but it will definitely satisfy fast food eaters looking for a quick fix. If you haven’t eaten at Bulldog before, or it’s been a while, this is a good time to pay them a visit because the sandwiches are on sale

First Fast Food Drive Thru

First Fast Food Drive Thru

Places That Serve Lunch All Day Near Me No regular burger bun here, instead it’s a toasted onion roll that’s fairly big and thick. It’s firm and maintains its shape while being eaten, unlike some lighter bread that collapse and flatten once you grab them and take a bite. The flavor of toasted onion pieces on the top is a very nice compliment to the beef and cheese, but it’s not strong enough that people who dislike onions will be bothered by it.

The roast beef is sliced very thin, and it’s tender enough to almost melt in your mouth. It has a good flavor, is lightly seasoned with a bit of salt and cooked in what Bulldog Express calls a self-basting solution that keeps the meat juicy and moist. Large pieces of beef are roasted on-site for 3 hours before cooling and heading to the slicer. Topping the beef is a thick cheddar cheese sauce. I’m not a fan of most ‘liquid’ cheese, but this is quite tasty, and has never played tricks on my stomach like so many others.

Finally, the bottom of the onion roll is coated with Bulldog red sauce. The ingredients list actually calls it Red Ranch Dressing however it doesn’t contain any mayonnaise, buttermilk or sour cream, so don’t let the name fool you. I’m not a fan of mayo, and you would never catch me eating this if it actually resembled ranch dressing in any way. The sauce is made from tomato paste with spices including paprika, onion and garlic. It’s mild but still has a little kick to it. Bulldog says it’s zesty. Sounds right to me. Click Here