Sunday, August 14, 2011

Hatyai 2011: McDonald's BBQ Pork Rib Burger and Samurai Pork Burger

McCafe @ Lee Gardens Plaza


Ronald Mcdonald wishing you Sawadika!


Coffee is never served in paper cups in McCafe ...


... unless you order a take away.


The 'porkiest' burgers of McDonald's


Barbecued Pork Rib Burger @ 59 baht


The Thai are more generous, in the sense of the slice of perfectly-grilled meat which is comparatively larger than the bun.


From the translucent-looking bun, you can tell how fluffy it is.


Pork Samurai Burger @ 69 baht


Wrapping the burger in plastic sheet is another skill which our local McDonald's need to acquire. After all, nobody likes to eat a burger that is so tightly wrapped till the sauce and lettuce ooze out from everywhere resulting in an unappealing sight. Visually, that kills my appetite. 

This is what I am always hoping to see - a burger looking clean and neat when it is unwrapped.


A thickly-sliced pork patty


Crispy Tuna Pie @ 29baht


Plump and crispy with very little grease sticking to the surface of the pastry.


Laden with chunks of tuna and sweet corn kennel 


Cappuccino @ 60 baht


Latte @ 60 baht


Espresso @ 55 baht


McDonald's & McCafe
Lee Gardens Plaza
Hatyai, Songkhla
Thailand

4 comments:

  1. I tasted pork burger in Korea.. we were fascinated by it when we first landed at airport late at night... can never find it here..

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  2. Pork burger in Hong Kong is also quite nice. Too bad we can't get it in wither M'sia or S'pore.

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  3. Hye, the rib burger is it something new? Wanna try this one...hopefully end of december..

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