Old_Honky - 12:46 pm on Aug 30, 2013 (gmt 0)
I invariably find that these fast food outlets show pictures of mouthwatering freshly prepared food with plump burgers and crisp salad, then serve up a dried up version that looks and tastes like it has been kept warm for ages. The pathetic bit of lettuce in the bap looks like some form of dried seaweed and the burger is far thinner than shown in the picture. Forget the nutritional or not argument, these people are committing fraud. Why don't the advertising standards people compare the image with what is actually served up and start fining these criminals until they either show images that represent the rubbish they serve up or preferably start being slightly less "fast" and serve up something that actually looks like the image.