Wednesday, July 7, 2010

White Castle

White Castle is a fast food restaurant that stands out among other hamburger places.  It has gained almost a cult following from all the attention it has received in the media, be it in the movies or newspapers.  The first time I saw it was in the movie “Saturday Night Fever” with John Travolta.  Most locations are built in the shape of a castle and are painted white, hence the name.  What makes White Castle so distinct from other places is the size of the hamburgers; they’re mini and are cooked with diced onions.
Once you bite into a mini burger the onions become savory jewels of deliciousness, and combined with the pickles and ketchup make this burger mouth watering goodness.  Other menu items that are also worth trying are their crinkle cut fries, onion rings and chicken rings.  Though the price of a combo can be a little pricey, White Castle also offers a value menu for times when you are just craving a snack.  So remember the next time you’re craving some hamburgers, why visit the King (Burger King), when you can have the Castle (White Castle) all to yourself?
White Castle:

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