Wendy’s Satisfied My Burger and Fries Craving

When I’m back from a trip I usually crave for Wan Tan Mee (Dry Noodles with BBQed pork and dumplings) but this time all I wanted was a burger and preferably from Wendy’s. I was so glad to find that Wendy’s at Orchard Road was opened and looking bright and sleek after surviving the Orchard Road Flood. The burger and fries were so good I almost forgot to take photos in my greed to devour them. The chilli sauce is like the best I have ever had – not too sweet and actually spicy. The vanilla shake which was part of the set which cost me a well spent S$6.40, was so yummy. It tasted like high quality ice cream made with real vanilla beans. There was even a sweetened cherry added to the mix and I love cherries. (Some people like my partner, don’t like the medicinal taste but I love it)

Sometimes all you need are salty fries and a spicy chicken burger to hit the spot. I felt like Harold and Kumar finally reaching Whitecastle. In Kerala there was no chilli sauce or burgers. The french fries were overfried and a bit too hard, and they give you only tomato sauce or mint chutney if you ask for chilli sauce. Just a bit of a background story so that you understand my intense cravings.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

My only issue was that the air-conditioning was so cold my sister would turn into an icicle. This is coming from someone who literally would melt if she did not live in air-conditioning set to at least 25 degrees celcious. I think the temperature was set to like 19 degrees and somehow air-conditioned air feels colder and chillier than naturally cold air.

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