Restaurants You Didn’t Know Had A Secret Menu

It’s no secret that Starbuck’s has a “secret-menu”. But a lot of restaurants are able to whip up different dishes that aren’t offered on their regular menu. I found a site called Hack The Menu that gives you access to everything on these less known menus, some you might not have been aware of. A lot of the restaurants can be found here in Lafayette.

1. Chick-fil-A

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The Chik-fil-A secret menu includes the fried chicken sandwich (pictured), the buffalo chicken sandwich, a chicken quesadilla and a blueberry cheesecake milkshake. If you want a free soft serve cone, simply order a kid’s meal and ask for ice cream instead of a toy– at no extra cost to you.

2. Chipotle

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At Chipotle you can order a concoction known as the quesarito (pictured), which is any burrito wrapped in a cheese quesadilla. You can get a burritodilla, which is a burrito grilled up like a quesadilla.

3. Dairy Queen

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At Dairy Queen you can get a coffee Blizzard like the one pictured, or a banana split Blizzard, frozen hot chocolate or you can add marshmallow topping to any ice cream.

4. Five Guys

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A patty melt, cheese fries, a double-grilled cheeseburger and asking for your fries to be well-done are all items you might not have known you could get from Five Guys

5. McDonald’s

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Have you ever wanted a Big Mac, Filet-O-Fish and McChicken but couldn’t decide which one to get? Well, with McDonald’s Land, Sea and Air burger, you can get all three. You can also get a McChicken sandwiched inside two McGriddles (the Chicken McGriddle), fries with Big Mac sauce, a Big Mac with chicken patties instead of buns (the Big McChicken), a hotcake filled with a yogurt parfait (the McCrepe), and did you know how many sauces they have? EIGHT

 

Hack The Menu is worth checking out if you’re looking for a way to switch up your restaurant experience or wow your friends with obscure information. Happy eating.

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