McDonald’s Confirms That It Has A Secret Menu

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McDonald’s lovers finally have proof that there is an elusive but tantalizing (you know, for fast food) SECRET MENU.

Okay, so it’s not an official secret menu, but Mcdonalds reps did reveal the typical menu is commonly adapted…into…a menu…not a lot of people know about.  So a secret menu? People reports:

“We know our customers are really creative and they tell us all the time that they enjoy customizing our menu,” says the spokesperson.

Some of the more popular over the top customizations—with crazy names to match like the “Land, Sea and Air Burger” (pictured above) and the “Monster Mac” (Pictured below) —were first released on

Now during a Reddit Ask Me Anything thread, an anonymous McDonald’s manager has confirmed you can “add, remove or change ingredients by special request. These are called ‘grill orders’ (i.e. Big Mac no pickle).”

But being able to order items off the unofficial menu is just a matter of who is behind the counter, says the manager.

“Order one and the workers might not know it by name,” they wrote. “But if you explain what it is, and are willing to pay for all the ingredients, it’s just another ‘grill order’ that we can make up.”

The manager—who used a screenshot of their McDonald’s training log to prove their identity—also shared a tip on what not to order.

“DON’T order… the grilled chicken,” they say. “It’s horrible frozen chicken that we defrost and steam and it’s a bit gelatinous.”

NOTED, anonymous Mcdonald’s manager. But be real- how good would a Land, Sea And Air Burger be right now? (Or maybe I’m just hungry?).

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