Australian McDonald’s worker reveals truth about ‘secret menu’ – and it turns out you can order whatever you want
- Speculation of a ‘secret menu’ at McDonald’s dismissed by former employee
- Australian based worker did confirm customers can order ‘whatever they want’
- Rumours of a supposed ‘secret menu’ have been previously ‘outed’ in Scotland
Online rumours about a supposed ‘secret menu’ at McDonald’s have been quashed by an Australian employee who recently left the global fast food company.
On a post on reddit.com, former worker ‘Michael’ also confirmed customers are free to order whatever they desire at the counter or when using drive-thru.
The McDonald’s secret menu has been the subject of much speculation over recent years with diners questioning whether items like the ‘McGangBang’, a McChicken Sandwich between a Double Cheeseburger, actually exist.
The menu at McDonald’s continues to evolve, keeping a steady stream of customers happy around the world (stock image)
A worker who recently quit his job at McDonald’s has confirmed there is no ‘secret menu’ – in Australia (stock image)
On Sunday a man posted in Reddit to ask if the ‘McDonald’s Secret Menu’ was a thing in Australia.
‘As someone who just quit Maccas, no,’ Michael said.
‘There’s no such thing as a secret menu. You can also always customise your order at any time.’
Back in 2015, a McDonald’s manager in Scotland told Eater about the existence of a secret menu.
‘You can order from the ‘Secret Menu’. Just like with any of our sandwiches, you can add, remove or change ingredients by special request. These are called ‘grill orders’ (i.e. Big Mac with no pickle),’ the manager said at time.
‘The items on the ‘secret menu’ weren’t invented by anyone officially at McDonald’s, it’s just a random person’s guide to burgers you could potentially ‘hack’ at our stores.
‘If you are willing to pay for all the ingredients it is just another “grill order” that we can make up.’
The iconic Big Mac (pictured) has always been popular with loyal McDonald’s customers (stock image)
The children’s happy meal (pictured) is also an iconic item for McDonald’s fast food fans (stock image)