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Dad ranks popular fast food burgers from Hungry Jack’s to McDonald’s

Dad who spends $ 12k a year on fast food ranks Australia’s most popular burgers from the best to the worst in a VERY controversial list – so do you agree?

  • Sydney media manager Bruno Bouchet is known for creating popular ‘lists’
  • The dad chose to rank fast food burgers on Instagram from the best to the worst
  • The sounding winner was Hungry Jack’s Whopper burger at ‘God Tier’ level
  • And the worst were the KFC Bacon & Cheese and McDonald’s Quarter Pounder
  • But not everyone agreed with the rating system and would have made changes

A dad who says he spends $ 12,000 a year on fast food has ranked the most popular takeout burgers on the market from best to worst, but not everyone agrees with his choices.

Media manager Bruno Bouchet, who lives in Sydney, became known on Instagram for sharing controversial ‘lists’ with his followers, on topics such as takeaway coffee, chocolate and Hollywood movies.

And on July 8, he released his latest power rankings, testing Hungry Jack’s, Red Rooster, Oporto, KFC and McDonald’s burgers.

“Don’t respond, this is not up for debate,” he said.

What do you think? On July 8, he released his latest power rankings, testing Hungry Jack's, Red Rooster Oporto, KFC and McDonald's burgers

What do you think? On July 8, he released his latest power rankings, testing Hungry Jack’s, Red Rooster Oporto, KFC and McDonald’s burgers

Poll

What is your favorite fast food burger?

  • Hungry Jack’s Whopper 0 votes
  • Save Rooster Rippa 0 votes
  • KFC Zinger 0 votes
  • McDonald’s Big Mac 0 votes
  • Porto Bondi Burger 0 votes
  • Original KFC recipe 0 votes
  • McDonald’s Quarter Pounder 0 votes

First, or the ‘God Tier’, Bruno chose the Hungry Jack’s Whopper with flame-grilled Australian beef, crispy lettuce, tomatoes, onion, pickles, mayo and tomato sauce on a toasted bun with sesame seeds.

Second was the ‘Royalty Tier’ of burgers, which was connected with three: the Red Rooster Rippa with two chicken strips, Hungry Jack’s cheeseburger and KFC Zinger with a piece of chicken coated with flavoring.

The ‘Adam Sandler Tier’ of mid-range options held the McDonald’s Big Mac, Nando’s Classic and McDonald’s cheeseburger before moving to the ‘Pleb Tier’ with the Oporto Bondi Burger, McDonald’s McChicken and KFC Original Recipe.

Finally, the worst of the bunch – placed in the ‘Cat Vomit Tier’ – was KFC’s Bacon & Cheese and the McDonald’s Quarter Pounder.

Bruno (photo) didn't explain why some burgers were off-putting, but he tried each of the meals as part of the 'investigation' and the results were final

Bruno (photo) didn't explain why some burgers were off-putting, but he tried each of the meals as part of the 'investigation' and the results were final

Bruno (photo) didn’t explain why some burgers were off-putting, but he tried each of the meals as part of the ‘investigation’ and the results were final

“Hmmm, the McDonald’s McChicken is great, though!” Said a woman, despite being placed in the Pleb Tier

Bruno didn’t explain why some of the burgers were unpleasant, but he tried each of the meals as part of the ‘investigation’ and the results were final.

But not everyone agreed with the rankings.

“Hmmm, the McDonald’s McChicken is great, though!” Said a woman, despite being placed in the Pleb Tier.

The mayo on a KFC Zinger makes the roommate, “said another.

A third added, “I agree with the Zinger, but you didn’t do the Big Mac justice, not happy about that.”

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