For around $5 it was a very filling meal. I liked the burger, which had melted cheese, lettuce and BBQ sauce and was to have what looked like in the add to be onion rings but there was only a sliver or two on each burger. If it had what was advertised, it would have been similar to the Rodeo Cheeseburger that Burger King offers for around $1.59.
The Monsterella mozzarella came with a BBQ sauce for dipping; Kyle liked it, I didn’t care for it as I found it to be a little bland and I like by BBQ sauce hot and tangy. They were decent, but not at thick or as good as Arby’s or Arby’s Marinara sauce.
Kyle got a Big Buford Combo (not pictured) which included fries and a soda with a coupon for $3.99. It is a double decker cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato and onion. It is similar to the Double Cheeseburger McDonald’s except is more like a home-cooked burger. He ordered it sans onion and tomato and was disgusted to see it did contain a tomato, but other than that he loved the burger and the crispy seasoned fries.