Burger King — even manager thinks it sucks!
My husband and I went to Burger King drive thru and placed an order. The order was a Double Whopper with cheese and onion rings and a whopper junior with cheese and onion rings. The attendant told us that no onion rings were available and we substituted fries. We proceeded to the drive thru area and pid for the meal. The attendant told us to pull over to the side to get our order. No one was inside the Burger King and no one was behind us. My husband asked why we had to move when there was no one behind us and we were told that they had just had a very large order and that our food was being cooked on the other side of the kitchen. My husband asked them to give him his money back. In truth, he was very aggravated about this. To make a long story short, we know the manager personally at the Burger King in Columbia, Ms. and even though he was not on duty at the time, we have learned since that he has elaborated on this confrontation and embellished the details as far as using very fowl language and an order that my husband would have never made. Neither one of us eat chicken. He was discussing us at a meal at the Olive Garden in Hattiesburg, Ms. with his wife and my brother and sister in law. I was told that we were being laughed at. I don't appreciate it and if the owners would ever step in there and see the hygiene of the building and what is running it they would see where I am coming from. Not only did we receive poor service we were discussed at a meal and laughed at. Dale is the the manager at the Burger King in Columbia, Ms. and to his credit he had left them for a while. He was not on duty at the time of the incident but he chose to criticize us during a meal at the Olive Garden on 12-2-06. I love Burger King and I will never go the store in Columbia, Ms. Dale, the manager, says that a bunch of Indians own it and even he thinks it sucks. I am a very dissatisfied customer and will never buy another Whopper as long as I live from Burger King and I intend to pass the word.