In recent years, there’s been a trend towards fast food-style burgers being served in cinema theatres across Australia.
These burger-themed films have been released by the likes of M&t and FourFour Two.
But the food and drink served in these movies is often quite different from what you might expect from a fast-food restaurant.
So what’s going on?
Fast food burgers, like their fast-casual counterparts, are often made from a mix of different ingredients, with different flavours and textures.
In the case of the fast- food burger, the burger consists of chicken breast, bacon, lettuce, tomato and onion.
It’s often topped with fries and gravy.
It usually has lettuce, tomatoes and onions, and may have a side of cheese or sour cream.
The burgers can be served on a bun with lettuce and tomato, or topped with cheese or a pickled salad.
The restaurant serves a variety of flavours to the burger, including beef patty, tomato sauce, spicy mayo, lettuce salad, lettuce fries and the popular fries.
These burgers are also available in a variety a varieties of flavours, including: burgers made from ground beef, chicken or turkey