Last night I went to a hockey game with a group of people, and beforehand we all went to Fuddruckers. As you can imagine, it’s not exactly the most vegetarian-friendly place, but as long as a restaurant has salads, I’m fine.
Now, even when I ate meat, I went to a Fuddruckers and had a burger there that was, quite literally, the worst burger I’ve ever had in my life. I’m not exaggerating: 40% of the burger was fat. But, even with that experience, I hoped I could at least get a little something to eat.
So I notice that they had a “Portabella Mushroom Burger” available. Even though I had a whole Portabella the night before, I was going to get this. Now, even though every Portabella Mushroom burger I’ve ever gotten in a restaurant has no meat (it doesn’t need it if you get a nice huge ‘shroom on there), I figured I’d better ask. I’m glad I did, because the woman who took my order looked at me like I was crazy. “No… it has beef…”
So I settled for a garden salad. Easy, right? I could have probably fixed one myself from the fixings bar in a couple minutes. However, even though I was the second person to order and I was the only one that didn’t order a burger, I was the last in our group of nine to get my dinner. We figured everyone there must have tripped out, “Boss! Someone just ordered a salad! What do we do?”
To top it off, the lettuce was brown and there were hardly any veggies. Yum.