on February 6, 2001
The most expensive cheeseburger I've ever eaten! It was nothing fancy, either. The food was generally plain, but did taste a little like home.
We had gone a week of eating Shephard's Pie and other local cuisine so the craving for a decent cheeseburger (McDonald's should be outlawed in Europe) was overwhelming. Our menu was already picked out for us (pre-arranged tours. oi!) so I didn't get to see what else they had to offer. The cheeseburger was pretty plain; didn't come with all the fixings like at home. The fries were alright and what is with Coka-Cola in the U.K?! Maybe it's just me, but I can't drink the stuff there. When I asked for water instead the waiter hesitated and then asked if I was ill. My guide told me that carrying bottled water with you at all times wasn't as popular there, yet.
As for a recomendation, It's not wise to spend your money here. There are better oppurtunities for a burger. There has to be.
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