March 24, 2007
McDonald's should lower price for 'vegetarian' meal
BEING vegetarians, whenever we go to McDonald's, we would invariably order a meal without the meat patty.
Invariably McDonald's would charge us the same price even though the meat portion of the meal costs the most.
Can't it charge a lower price in these instances?
This is quite amusing…
Question: Why is a vegetarian doing in a McDonald’s restaurant and complaint about them not selling a burger without meat at a lower price?
Firstly McDonald is not a vegetarian’s restaurant. And Mr Nageswaran can always visit the restaurant with a non vegetarian friends and he can just give or sell his portion of “meat patty” to his friend.