Mc Lobster Sandwhich
In 2008 McDonald's came out with the Mc Lobster Sand-which, i never even heard about this until 10 minutes ago. probably because i live in the Midwest.
My question is would you eat a lobster sand-which at McDonald's? If you already have was it good?
Hell NO O.o (never ate one)
well i have had lobster sandwich's B4 but not this, and
McLobster – Some McDonald's restaurants in New England and the Canadian Maritimes offer lobster rolls as a seasonal menu item, called the McLobster.
that probably why you never heard of it.
they also have a mccrab
McCrab – In response to the McLobster, McDonald's along the southern coast of the Delmarva peninsula (comprising parts of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia) developed the McCrab sandwich, a McDonald's version of the Chesapeake crabcake.
but its not really a new item. just something is only sold in an isolated area.
Looks gross...Like most of McDonalds foods
well the thing is its only seasonal in places where you can get the lobster fresh so its probably not bad. but i am a fan of lobster sandwiches and i have to say they are really good if made right. although again as you say it is McDonald's so you might be right but i would not mind trying it.
Originally Posted by Chris200
I'm not by any means a big MickeyDs fan either. I'll have it every few months. I'd try it just to see what it tastes like but it does seem unappetizing. They'll probably try selling them more now considering its the Lenten season, but yeah had no clue this existed either and I'm from the Midwest also.
there not going to expand it. it is only a seasonal thing in places where its affordable. thats why it works there it would get to expensive for them to take it to other places. or at least i think it would be.
No Thanks. I prefer the McRib
I wouldn't eat it, because I hate fish/seafood, but it's not the weirdest thing I've seen for sale in my travels through Asia.
Originally Posted by dct21
This is my friend, outside a Wendy's in the Philippines:
Yes, that's a shrimp burger with cucumber sauce. Truly my worst nightmare. ;A;
I saw this for sale in Japan and Hong Kong:
Roughly translates to "Roasted Sesame Shrimp Filet-O Burger".
Annnd this was sold at 7/11's in Thailand:
It's a "sticky rice burger" - the healthier cousin to the Double Down, perhaps?