I work at Little Caesars. I have no idea who's spamming advertisements. Should I share things about the disgusting standards of the restaurant?
Every restaurant has disgusting fucking standards. Restaurant kitchens are the disgusting places. Why this shocks anyone is beyond me.
I remember scraping around some mold in a thing of nacho cheese one time at a local snack place, selling outdated chips because they didn't list the year, and also selling popcorn that had been sitting in the machine for like 3 days and was stale and shitty.
Also, fryer oil only got changed once in a while.
Most of the weird taste comes from everything sitting out for hours, as a prepped pizza before it's cooked and in a warmer after it's cooked. The ingredients are also cheap, and I've never seen them properly rotated, so you have like a 50/50 shot of eating something that's been sitting out for a month when you eat at LC.
Watched my manager walk out of the bathroom and make pizza without washing his hands today. Handwashing is extremely lax, and bare hands are used for everything.
Nothing ever, ever gets fucking rotated. One time I came in to find moldy mushrooms on pie board. I threw them out, but people were definitely served some bullshit that day.
There's no overhead discipline at little caesars. I know Jack in the Box is the same way, I've worked there before. I know mcdonald's and wendy's are pretty strict and probably safe but their food tastes like shit so good luck.
Why does eveyything taste so fucking.. bland? Like holy shit the pizza tastes like goddamn carboard with some old thin layer of cheese on it.
Also, the breadsticks are fucking disgusting. I mean, do they just let them soak in a bath full of liquid butter for hours right up until they give them to you? They legitamately made me sick.