Discussion in 'SMB' started by xmfd, May 16, 2011.
anyone tried it?
tartar sauce and cheese doesn't seem like it would be too great
Ive had a few, quite nice
fromn their fan club...
Filet-O-Fish Fans Unite!!
This group is for those of us that recoginze and appreciate the undisputed AWESOMENESS of the Filet-O-Fish sandwich from McDonald's.
The Filet-O-Fish contains a battered fish patty made mostly from Pollock and/or hok, half a slice of processed cheese and one ounce of tartar sauce made with dill relish, and seasoning on a steamed bun. AND IT'S HEAVEN IN YOUR MOUTH!!!
So what if a cheeseburger is $1.39 and the Filet-o-Fish is $3.69? Go ahead and order a couple - your taste buds will thank you!
CONCERNS FILET FANS SHARE:
- fearing jugdement when placing an order (are my friends going to judge me because I order the fish and not the Big Mac??)
- feeling sorry for non-Filet-fans who are too scared to give it a try
- to ask for extra tarter sauce or not? that is the question.
- cheese or no cheese?
- The Filet-o-Fish was introduced by a McDonald's franchise in Cincinnati, Ohio, in response to declining sales at restaurants on Fridays, due to the Catholic practice of not eating meat on Fridays.
- that McDonald's once launched a "Fish Filet Deluxe" where the fish portion was enlarged, a whole piece of cheese was used instead of a half piece, lettuce was added, and this was all placed on a potato roll. This sandwich FAILED and was taken off the menu as customers demanded to bring back to orginial Filet-o-Fish.
- in some markets you can order Double Filet-O-Fish - two fish patties and extra cheese. MMMmmmmm....
- in November 2007, McDonalds switched from using New Zealand Hoki to Alaskan Pollock, due to declining numbers of New Zealand Hoki fishery sustainability.
- McDonalds originally used cod, before declining cod catches forced McDonalds to find sustainable fish elsewhere.
- McDonald's is trying to maintain fish only from areas certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council, but that is becoming more difficult each year.
- Each Filet-O-Fish contains: 410 calories, 20 grams of fat, 730 mg of sodium, 45 mg of cholesterol, 2 grams of fibre, 38 grams of carbs, 16 grams of protein, and 15% of your daily recommended calcium and iron intake.
The Filet-O-Fish is truly the unsung hero of the McDonald's sandwich line up. Do yourself a favour, give it a try, and you'll never turn back
lovely man - one of the bar snacks over here is called Topinka - basically 2 peices of fried bread with chicken and smelly blue cheese mixed with tartar sauce - its the future, I've tasted it!
It's the only thing I ever consider eating from there.
Was last in McDonalds about four years ago.
They must only sell a handful a day - it's highly unlikley they have any made when you go in, so no doubt you would be stood idle at the counter for ten minutes while a panic stricken sixteen year old tries to construct one to order and ends up giving you food poisoning. The only saving grace of McDonalds is the 'fast food' aspect - it's one thing it tasting like shite, but having to wait with all the soap dodgers and dole scum while they fanny on cooking it is a step too far for me.
Tantamount to buying sushi from a petrol station I reckon.
I've heard the worms are rather tasty in that particular dish.
Have you tried both dishes? I do hope you're not commenting on products you have no knowledge of young man.
Fuck off man, it's traumatic enough without the 'Nam style flashbacks.
Tried one for the first time today.
Proper tasty sarnie, quite surprised by how nice they are.
You mean fuel station. Do petrol stations actually exist
Used to work at Mcdonalds while part-time at college, a year ago ish now and some of the stuff I saw was stuff I won't describe on here
Do you call it a fuel station..?
33% of your daily sodium in each one.
Love em, personally
Avoid it. All of them, in fact.
The large amount of parents taking their kids to eat those shite is shocking.
Thanks for that mate..
My favourite thing from McDs
I was shocked to discover that they only put half a slice of cheese in now. I complained but they showed me the picture.
That was the case when I worked in McDonald's 25 years ago!
the wife eats them , i dont ,it is not man food, although they are much nicer in bali
thats wives as well as fillet o fish' although when in bali im usually drunk and would find it hard to tell the difference
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