Not food as I understand the definition!
Never thought I would write a tip on McDonalds but I liked the look of Westward Ho! this quirky McD outlet at Disneyland which is one of I think three in Disneyland - may be of interest to you if you are there with a family or on a budget.
It appears under thename Conestoga Fries in the 2008 Park Guide
Favorite Dish: Did not eat here but sure everyone knows the menu
If you're in the Los Angeles area, you might want to check out the Worlds oldest McDonalds, the 3rd ever built and the only one of the first few still operating. Check it out under my Downey, California page.
I always thought the French fries wonderful (in Hong Kong it is) but the McDonalds in West LA just crashed my belief. I ordered a medium sized fries and is not THAT late at night but the server just microwaved a pre-fried fries for me! I complained to them and she said in a rude manner " I don't think there's a single problem with our fries" and walked away from me. Surely, I don't even get any apology or refund at all.
Favorite Dish: Can I say the food that i hate most here instead?
I noted MOST EXPENSIVE on my comparative price because at least I am not getting whats is worth!
USD$ 0.99 McChicken Sandwich;
USD$ 0.99 Big’n Tasty Sandwich.
Drink your own tap water. Fill your own bottle in any toilet. The water is not that great in LA, but as all tap water IT’S FREE. In fact “free” is a magic word. McDonald’s and Burgers King which have free drinks refill is a great choice if you get sick of drinking tap water. Buy a small soda and fill as many times you want.
Mac Donald's, and I went to a mexican restaurant...not so good, eh.
I don t remember very good other restaurant but there was one near my hotel (you will see wich one was at 'accomodations') wich was cheap enough, and very good.
McDonald's at Disneyland, Anaheim.
Look at the picture! Isn't this the most original McDonald's restaurant you've ever seen?