This was a middle-of-the-road breakfast sandwich.
Compared to the other sandwiches I tried, this one ranked in the middle.
Wendy’s absolutely delivered on the bacon, but I expected nothing less from a chain that coined the Baconator. The two thick-cut slices boasted an extra-crispy, salty kick with a bold, smoky flavor.
Wendy’s eggs appeared fried rather than scrambled, and the American cheese perfectly melted onto every corner, providing a consistent ratio in each bite.
But the bread was dry and bland, so I had to dip it into ketchup to moisten it. I don’t understand why some chains opt for buns when biscuits are an option.