Reddit is apparently where all the cool kids hang out, including employees of chain restaurants and coffee shops. Why is that good news? These employees have given us the inside scoop on items on the menu that we should probably stay away from.
So the next time you’re keen on going to Subway, Starbucks or any other restaurants on this list, avoid these items at all costs. As much as I hate to be the bearer of bad news, it really is for your own good. Luckily for you, these are unconfirmed reports – because some of these stories are truly horrifying. Serving suggestion: a pinch of salt.
19. Subway – Chicken
“At our subway, The ‘oven roasted’ chicken was actually boiled in a microwave”
18. Starbucks – Frozen food
“All Starbucks food is reheated frozen food. Ridiculous how little people realize that. Doesn’t mean it doesn’t taste good, it’s just not fresh at all and incredibly overpriced. Worked at Starbucks for a while and had a lady ask us if we were baking anymore banana bread for the day.. The look on her face when I told her it comes to us on a truck.”
17. Dairy Queen – Bacon
“I worked at Dairy Queen for a while. Please never order anything with bacon on it. It arrives cooked and we microwave it and then put it in a little plastic bin on the counter all day, for up to like 12 hours. Sometimes we left it over night and served it the next day because the owner wouldn’t let us “waste” it. It’s not even covered or anything. It just sits out at room temp.”
16. Chipotle – Tacos
“I used to work at chipotle, and never ever ever order the Tacos. You get less than half the regular portions. Instead, order a bowl with whatever you want in it, then ask for the taco shells, hard or soft, on the side.”
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