While visiting Georgia, we made sure to eat lots of tasty local food. We did enjoy most of what we ate but 3 of us also caught food poisoning at the end of our stay so we left the country with mixed feelings regarding the food.
Besides eating lots of local food, we also made it a point to stop into McDonald’s Georgia to see what was offered and if any local dishes made an appearance on the menu. Here is what we tried at McDonald’s Georgia during our visit in the summer of 2018.
The sandwich is built on a hamburger bun used inside out. What’s usually the inside of the bun is toasted and then used as the outside of the sandwich. It’s filled with cheese and bacon, not a bad combination at all!Besides the sandwich coming apart a bit, it was very tasty primarily due to the flavorful bacon.
If I was naming this sandwich, I’d call it a McGrilledCheese. I’d order this again if I saw it on a McD’s menu.
When I got the shrimps at McDonald’s Georgia, I felt that they were smaller than at other places we’ve had them at in the past.Luckily, size doesn’t affect flavor. The shrimps were fried to a nice golden color and were very enjoyable.
I’ll continue to order shrimps when I see them show up on McD’s menus.
The first thing I did was remove the jalapenos so I didn’t burn my mouth. I like spicy food but not too spicy.
We found the cheese sauce to be delicious and a touch spicy. I don’t know if the spice was in the cheese or from the jalapenos being on top.
Yes, I had fun eating Fun Fries and I’d definitely order them again.
Mistakenly, I didn’t have many notes about the burger but I know Kim liked it.
The veggie burger is a potato patty with lettuce, tomato and cucumber on top. I would’ve liked to have tried the potato patty without all of the vegetables on top.
Cherry Pie:Cherries are very popular in Georgia so Kim had to give the cherry pie a try. (I don’t eat cherries.)The pie was warm and crispy on the outside, the cherry filling on the inside was also warm.
Kim liked the sweet and tangy flavor and said she’d try it again if it was available elsewhere.
McDonald’s Georgia offered some solid menu items that we enjoyed.
Besides the cherry pie, I would’ve liked to have seen some local items on the menu. Georgia has some excellent distinct food so why not show it off!
How about a McKhachapuri (we tried a version of it at a Dunkin’ Donuts) or McKninkali (kninkali are delicious soup dumplings with meat)!
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