I tried the McDonald's burger that everyone won't stop talking about – here's what I think | The Sun

A FAMISHED McDonald's customer got their gnashers into the burger on everyone's lips – and gave an honest review on it.

The Double McPlant burger from the fast-food giant has got jaws chomping since its release for "Veganuary".

The burger, cooked separately from Maccies' meat products will set you back £4.89, but is £6.49 as a meal.

It contains not one, but two Beyond Meat patties, a vegan sesame bun, mustard and ketchup.

But it also contains lashings of 'ultimate' vegan sandwich sauce alongside fresh onion, pickles, lettuce, tomato and of course, vegan cheese.

The Mirror reported how the burger offers new larger patties compared to old classics like the Big Mac.

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But as far as new inventions – that was as far it went.

The vegan bun was "drier", the paper reported, because it's different to regular brioche bread.

Despite this, it is packed with condiments which means the burger packs a well seasoned bite that covers up the drier buns.

McDonald's fans have already branded the burger a game changer.

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One Twitter user said: "As an anti-vegan, I was sceptical, but my good god it’s delicious."

Another drooled: "Double McPlant is everything! Happy Veganuary."

The McPlant took three years to develop, the original single patty version was released in September 2021.

It is unclear how long the updated version will be in restaurants for.

The spicy sriracha chicken wrap is another new additions to Maccies' 1,450 restaurants as of January 4.

Also returning to the McDonald's menu are the cheesy garlic bites and the Aero peppermint McFlurry.

Despite January usually being a no-takeaway month, The Sun put the new items to the test.

Sadly, the new McFlurry was out of stock at our local restaurant so we didn't get to try it.

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