I went to McDonald's today score a sausage egg and cheese bagel I don't know what they gave me the bagel wasn't even McDonald's is the nastiest place in the world to ever go to I wouldn't even waste my money you don't even get money's-worth I waste $7.50 getting garbage this morning this place is horrible they all need to be shut down
Review by MultiDarkZen1 month ago
Love those nuggets!
Review by SCurtis Malusardi1 month ago
Mcdonalds are very consistent, you don't go for 5 star food but you know what you are getting and it's always quick and tasty.
Review by Maiss Hawczak2 months ago
In McDonalds You can chose salads also! 5 stars :D
Review by Deeka2 months ago
Review by Thecolourplace2 months ago
Best ice cream in the world
Review by JinGolden2 months ago
In a tailspin. McDonalds food quality is beginning to dive again, and what’s up with the Coca-Cola. I used to go to McDonald’s just for their soda and end up buying something else. Either the new soda formulation is terrible, their people are not cleaning the machines or something else. I’ve tried 5 different locations around my home and all the same - poor soda quality.
Additionally, their employees are generally not engaged and lack customer service training. The drive thru staff are too busy to look you in the eye when they hand off the food, but will look at you to take your money/card. They carry-on conversations with other employees and don’t even say thank you. I understand that busy locations may have staffers giving direction, receiving direction, and/or other work related distractions, but the team should be reminded that when talking to customers those few seconds of interaction matter. This is not just at one location, but systemic. No wonder chik-fil-a is kicking their butts.
Provide Great Customer Service and Good Food at Fair Prices. We don’t need fancy stuff, and we absolutely DO NOT NEED low priced, low quality food, and a poor customer experience.
GO BACK TO BASICS. I used to be excited as a kid to go to McDonalds. My kids don’t even want to go thru your drive thru on long road trips.
Review by Agustin 2 months ago
Review by Makiz2 months ago
Delicious cheese burgers and Superb fries. I really Liked the meals here which were fulfilling. I would Love to recommend this place to all my friends.
Review by Slatfisher2 months ago
There food is going right down hill
Review by Brittanilynn2 months ago
Ordered Deluxe breakfast, noticed it was missing the hash browns, told counter rep, they gave it to me. The Coffee was tasteless and the ketchup in the dispenser had an orange color to it. Will not return for breakfast.
Review by Mozol3 months ago
Love me a big mac
Review by KellyStuart3 months ago
Review by Mahaprasad3 months ago
Customer service is absolutely shockingly bad. Almost every time I go via the drive thru a mistake is made. Utterly useless
Review by Sunooj3 months ago
Disgusting. Haven't had in 3 years. Never will either.
Review by Pazdi3 months ago
My LEAST favorite of the big three, BK and Wendy's.
The main reason I go to McDonald's is because my father likes their regular burgers. Otherwise, I would pass it up.
If MickeyD's have the BIG MAC special, I'll order that. Their famous fries which mostly everyone loves is just so - so with me. The ones that I go to were the recently REMODELED ones, looks nice and trendy.
Review by FirstTimer3 months ago
We went to the McDonalds in Nunawading (Australia) on Saturday 29 March at around 12:30pm, with about 30 others to celebrate an under 12's basketball grand final. We entered the McDonalds car park and parked our car in just about the only spot left. We parked in a spot about a metre away from the McDonalds building, in clear site of the two (or three) car service windows and in the same spot as about 25 to 30 other people visiting McDonalds.
About an hour later we returned to our car and reversed to leave the car parking spot. We heard a strange noise near the bumper so stopped the car and went to have a look at what might be causing the noise. What we saw was shocking. Our bumper had hooked onto a bolt sticking out of the ground and the car park was massively uneven, almost like the area had been hit with an earthquake. On this day, it was 9 degrees outside and raining for many hours. I think it was the coldest March day Melbourne experienced for some years.
Soon after realising what happened we went into the store and met the shift manager, telling him the brief story of what happened ie visit McDonalds, park in their car park and damage that occurred. The shift manager immediately asked where we parked our car and I pointed to it and he said that is not a McDonalds car park.
He then took us outside and showed as a sign that reads that certain car parks are for other businesses. There are also words to the affect that your car could be towed. The shift manager explained that we were in a tow away zone and cars are towed all the time. I told the shift manager that was nonsense as the sign can't be read when you enter from our direction ie it is behind the sign displayed when you enter.
The shift manager insisted he observes this car park all the time and cars are towed all the time. I showed the shift manager the direction from which we entered and that we could not possible see the sign as we drove and parked our car.
Shortly after these discussions, I thought about what he said and went back to ask him another question. I explained to the shift manager that the sign was erected by the body corporate of other businesses to fulfil a duty of care to those business ie a cheap and nasty sign to discourage train travellers, McDonalds customers or the like parking in that car park. The sign couldn't be observed, let alone read when I drove to park my car, after entering the McDonalds car park. Further, the car park is not physically separated in any manner from the McDonalds car park.
It is akin to driving into an ALDI car park, you park your car under the building and ALDI later claim there was sign erected by the milk bar next door, which you couldn't read (or even observe) and that makes these 25 spots the milk bars problem and not ours. It is also no different to walking into a McDonalds store, putting your child in the playground, the child injuring themselves because of faulty equipment and McDonalds saying it is not their problem because there was a sign put up by some other business, that you couldn't read when entering.
The car park where we damaged our vehicle is incredibly flawed and dangerous. There could be no argument that our car was damaged due to negligence. I explained this situation to the shift manager and asked him what have McDonalds done to fulfil their duty of care to us ie what signs have they put up warning of these dangers ie letting us know we were exiting the McDonalds car park. We do not leave McDonalds when we cross some imaginary line that cannot be known to us.
Amazingly - the shift manager immediately changed his story and said that we knew we hadn't parked in the McDonalds car park. I explained that we just approached him with concerns about our experience parking in the McDonalds car park and that was the first to tell us we weren't in the McDonalds car park and he had to show us the sign (that can't be read when driving from our direction) that alludes to this. He kept insisting that we never had such a discussion and that we knew we didn't park in the McDonalds car park when we parked our car. This behaviour is obviously corrupt, dishonest, unethical and disgusting, but is was also very traumatic given what we had just been through.
I then explained to the shift manager that we had been recording (via video) everything that had taken place from shortly after we knew we were involved in an accident and what he said would likely be recorded. The shift manager then began threatening us and making insinuations that we had broken the law and if we ever told anyone or shared the recording with that he would pursue us with the suggestion we had broken the laws. He was basically saying the McDonalds would screw us over and make up any lie about what took place to prevent them being held accountable.
At some point I asked the shift manager why McDonalds had not put up signs to warn customers they were moving from one car park to the next, especially given McDonalds must have known so many of their customers parked in same car park as myself. The shift manager immediately began saying he had never seen anyone going to McDonalds park in that car park and he had never looked at that car park. Please note, that car park sits one metre away from the McDonalds building and anyone working inside looks through glass windows and sees it happening all day, every day. Please also remember the shift manager just minutes earlier explained in great detail how he watches that car park closely and sees car being towed all the time from that car park. Further, the drive thru windows all have staff in them looking directly at people getting in and out of these cars all day long (more so on the weekends and evenings) holding bags of McDonalds food.
I asked the shift manager how he could possible not anything happening outside the front door of the store, nothing outside either drive thru window and nothing out of the walls that are glass in the kitchen - yet McDonalds fulfil their duty of care to customers. The shift manager made the amazing revelation that he is trained not to look for anything outside the store and is told that once a customer walks out the store, whatever happens is their problem. The shift manager indicated he has been trained to only look for problems (and remedy problems) inside the store.
The shift manager eventually asked me to provide my phone number and licence number on a piece of paper he provided. I went to our car to provide the registration number. When we arrived at our car I showed the shift manager the damage and I explained how we were stuck, that it was just after midday on a Saturday and RACV may not be able to get us out of this position. I also looked at all the McDonalds staff looking at us from two or three metres away, from drive thru windows or through glass walls and asked him how over all these years could he have not known or seen one customer park in this car park. The shift manager kept repeating the same nonsense about never seeing, never knowing etc.
As the manager walked away from us he walked past (almost bumping shoulders with) a large family walking back to the car parked next to us, many of them carrying McDonalds bags stuffed with food. I politely asked the shift manager to return to our vehicle and asked him if he saw those customers he just walked past, who were now standing right in front of us. The shift manager refused to look at them and said words to the affect that he saw nothing (he sees nothing).
When I called the RACV I told them the general location of the vehicle and informed RACV we were parked in the McDonalds car park. While we waited for the RACV, numerous McDonalds customers continued to park in this same car park and enter/exit the store, in plain view of numerous staff working at the McDonalds.
When the RACV attendant arrived, he immediately drove to the location of our vehicle, which supposedly isn't a McDonalds car park. I asked the RACV attendant a number of questions while he was with our car. Initially I asked him if he had a problem finding the McDonalds car park and he indicated that he had no problem as he has worked in the area for many years.
I also asked the attendant if he visits the store often and he said he does a lot while on the road, often just to use the toilets. The point being, that someone working in the area for more than a decade, who visits the store frequently, believed they were in a McDonalds car park.
What is most concerning about my experience with McDonalds is that the shift manager was seemingly trained on what lies to tell in order to avoid a negligence claim, when McDonalds have likely failed in their duty of care. The first line of defence he tried was McDonalds have identified, assessed and rectified the problem, so they have fulfilled their duty of care - which is a common defence.
When the shift manager realised that McDonalds had likely done nothing to rectify the problem, without hesitation he immediately switched to the other line of defence. That line of defence was a position that was completely the opposite of what he had just been saying ie McDonalds had no idea the problem existed, never saw it, never heard about it etc.
Before you eat at McDonalds again just think how you will feel if your child started choking, fell off the playground equipment and died, had an anaphylactic reaction or the like and the store manager you were speaking to initially pointed out the problem and said they were aware about it. Then only a minute or two later, the same manager begins insisting they never highlighted the problem to you and you were aware of the risks before you put your child in that situation. Just imagine for a moment how you would feel in this situation. Then begin to imagine the same manager beginning to threaten and intimidate you because you had the "audacity" to begin recording once your child had died, become injured or the like.
Review by Dnm Sume4 months ago
My experience is always great. Good food, good company. This will always be my favorite.
Review by Joydeep4 months ago
Good old MickyD's, delicious burgers but you're just mostly eating salt and fat.
Review by Pubuda4 months ago
McDonalds is not worth anything anymore. they are evil greedy and corrupt.
Review by Sandeesh4 months ago
The food at McDonald's is notoriously unhealthy. I call it "Frankenfood" because a lot of it is so processed and full of cheap filler ingredients that it doesn't exactly qualify as food in the traditional sense. Their burgers leave me feeling sick for a while after and I can tell that my body just really doesn't approve. Their fries are a bit addictive, though eating more than a few can leave me feeling off as well. For a while, I had their breakfast sausage and egg biscuits on the way to work because it was temptingly convenient to just pick them up on the way. They really filled me up, but I'm sure that those are gloriously unhealthy too. And I cringe to think what on earth the sausage is composed of.
It's a cheap gimmick, but as a kid, I did always get excited about the little toys that come with kid's happy meals -- they're part of my nostalgic memories of when I was a kid -- and some of the old toys are collector's items now. But I wasn't crazy about the categories of the boy's and girl's toys, which suggested that some toys were only for a particular gender. I preferred them to be marketed and listed as two optional toys, sure, but without the extra arrogance telling kids what they should or shouldn't be enjoying and playing with. I like the fact that they have playgrounds for kids to play on and windows for parents to watch through. Those add ons alone are great ideas, but at the same time, I don't like that they're luring families in with these family friendly add ons to push cheap, unhealthy food.
I haven't eaten there in years and I wish they would change to support a healthier society by revamping their menu. It's dirt cheap fatty Frankenfood. Kids especially need better food for their growing brains.
Review by Gabba4 months ago
great for quick snack...
Review by Rachel Flattley4 months ago
I'm a healthy guy (healthy diet, enough sleep, medication where necessary, some exercise, have a fulfilling career, etc.), but if I want to binge on a hamburger and fries, McDonald's is probably my top choice for that quick, addicting hamburger and fries.
I eat here very rarely, but I can get behind their food.
Review by Melilet4 months ago
Why does mcdonalds in the US suck so bad compared to other countries?