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Is it just me or do these sound just f'n nasty?? Who would order these things?
They look gross I won't be trying them.
I wouldn't try them even if I liked fish. That sounds disgusting.
No thanks. Sounds 100% disgusting.
Because McNuggets are real chicken?????
McFish bites are a bad idea. For some reason I like the McFish sandwich though.
Culvers has the best fish sandwich. Arby's and Wendys have a good fish sandwich. Who else has a good one?
Carl's Jr/Hardees has been advertising a new cod sandwich that I bet would be pretty good for fast food. But that's just a guess.
not saying that, but fish mcbite sounds much worse than chicken nugget
Agreed, but it's probably no worse than a fish stick.
I actually just read an article this morning about how many sushi places mislabel the fish. They'll use a real cheap white fish and label it white tuna and such. No saying if it's the restaurants doing or the supplier, but I'm sure an experienced chef would know the difference.
Doesn't really apply to this thread, but I thought it was interesting.
BK has a good fish sandwich.
No Carl's Jr and few Hardees around these parts.
I've heard this is very common with some types of sushi, like sea bass. They use a very cheap white fish in lieu of the pricy Chilean sea bass.
I actually read that article (or a similar one) last night. Some of the numbers presented were staggering.
Bu.....but you have fish in your name and you don't like fish...really tell me the easter bunny isnt real now
Fish is an enigma. He goes out of his way to make sure we know nothing about him.
The breading on these weren't too greasy and had a nice crunch to them. It was very lightly seasoned though without much flavor coming through. There's a little more texture and crunch to these than the breading you find on a Filet-O-Fish (As I look at the picture I took, I'm imaging cheese in the middle of each bite... mmm...)
Inside each piece was a moist and delicately tender piece of whitefish. I was really surprised at how soft and smooth the meat was. Like the breading, there's not too much flavor to it save for the slightest bit of a fishy aftertaste. With the decidedly light flavors, these were definitely meant to be dipped.
Overall, I found McDonald's Fish McBites to be a superior product to last year's Chicken McBites. The pieces of fish came in decent chunks and I didn't find any pieces that were pure batter. Also, the fish is much more tender and juicy than the any pieces of chicken I got in the Chicken McBites. If I actually liked fish, these's a fair bit to like here.
If you like fish, these might be worth a try. They are a little pricey for a snack, but you can always wait until the $1 promotion.
Well there you have it, Brandeating.com has spoken. I haven't had these things, but who tries to turn a Fish McBite review into the language that a food review that sounds like a food critic article of the most popular restaurant in NYC?
I've definitely explained the origin of my handle on here before.
[facepalm] That a satirical site? I only skimmed it and thought it was serious.
And I've never heard/don't remember your namesake reason.
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