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Comments for Orlando’s Newest Castle Opens Next to Disney World This Week

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7 Comments

  1. KenG

    Ok…I get these are popular “burgers” (I use that term loosely), and I have only had them twice, but too me they were the most disgusting “burger” I have ever had from a fast-food place. And that was after a night on Bourbon St. in New Orleans, a few beers, and really hungry!

    In fact opening the bag my first thought was they smelled like canned dog food. Just horrible.

    And just look at the above photos. Do those things even look appetizing? No!

    Being that I live in California (yes, a nut-job state), and basically being the birthplace of fast-food burgers, and having the consistently most favorite fast-food burger all around us (In-N-Out)… I just have to think people who like White Castle have never tasted a great burger (or slider!). Sorry.

    And who the heck steams a burger??? It’s like steaming bacon! The best part of any burger is the slightly charred and crisp edges and that only comes a griddle or a grill. Heck, would you at home steam a burger? Of course not! Who does that? Oh, yes… White Castle!

    1. Pete

      Wrong. McDonalds started in California, sure. But that was over two decades after White Castle started, and had hundreds of locations before McDonald’s even named a restaurant McDonald’s. I know you Californians like to think you’re the center of the universe, but no, you are not the birthplace of fast food burgers. Get over yourself.

  2. EricJ

    I remember when I was a kid, and Dad & I would swing through, back when sober people still ate at White Castle, and stoners didn’t wink and high-five each other at the mention of the name…

    The sliders were paper-thin and drowned in cheese, onions and grease–Nothing even remotely resembling “burgers”, but dang, the best PHILLY CHEESESTEAK sliders I ever had. 😛

  3. i’ve never been to a white castle before, i hope to some day

    1. Pete

      Please do, you WILL be happy that you DID!!!

  4. Pete

    Wrong. McDonalds started in California, sure. But that was over two decades after White Castle started, and had hundreds of locations before McDonald’s even named a restaurant McDonald’s. I know you Californians like to think you’re the center of the universe, but no, you are not the birthplace of fast food burgers. Get over yourself.

  5. Paul

    Of all the awesome places, or even marginal places, one can get a burger in that area…seriously? White Castle? I’m sorry, but no matter how to cut it, those things are just nasty. There’s a reason the stoners eat them, and it ain’t quality.

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