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Not getting what i order
this is the serveral time i been dissepointed by mc donalds high rice. In the drive thru we not getting the thing we ordered and paid. This is the worse mc Donald i ever been. and i been here several times!!!!!!!!!!!
Having lived in Aruba for almost two years, I have to say the service at McDonald's is on par with service on most of the island. Not that service is bad, but at a different pace than most American's expect. When you are out for a leisurely dinner, slow doesn't bother you, but when you go to a FAST food restaurant you expect FAST service. In Aruba, that ain't gonna happen. As for the food quality, it is definitely not up to the standards in the states. From what I can tell, either they do not have the time limits on prepared food that the McD's do in the states or they do not adhere to them. My advice: If you have to go to McDonald's, go when they are not busy and special order everything - and ask if the fries are fresh. If they make your sandwiches fresh and the fries are new, the food is edible and in the same ballpark price as McD food in the states.
It's Mickey Ds
I live in Aruba and I have eaten at the high rise Mickey D's several times over the years. Their service consistently ranges from not good to terrible. Times when there has been a long line of customers, I have never seen the manager interrupt her standing around to open and work another cash register. The place is never very clean. Seldom have we seen anyone wiping off tables and chairs or the condiment counter. Someone commented on how their food was so fresh which is not what I ever observed. We never stop there anymore.
Staff not properly trained to give service, n
It looks like the staff doesn't know much about service or don't care!!!! I went in to buy a burger, stand in line for 10 minutes, four turns in front of me, drive thru had a few cars, the only thing they served was 4 ice creams and those persons were waiting for them on the side, staff were comfortably working , talking and joking while customers were waiting even to be helped. I actually I left without being helped and the same persons in line waiting(they must have been very hungry)that was the 20th of july 2012 @ 22.30hrs. I defenetily won't return to this place and recommend others the same.
Horrible experiences the last three times going to McDonald's in Palm Beach. The service is so slow mostly because the employees are inept. Today, spent over 10 minutes idling in the drive thru after I had already paid. Not because I was waiting for other cars, I was the only one there! Horrible experience for a Saturday at 10am. The service inside is almost as slow on prior visits. It doesn't get any worse either in the US or Canada.
OK - we admit it, we even try some of the fast food chains in ARUBA and we admit it shamelessly. As BILLYBOY says"
"Just for the record the food is not the same as the U.S.Mickey D's" and he is right and that is why we continue to return becasue the food is not the same - it is much fresher and reminds us of the earlier days of the chain when the food was somewhat tasty and well worht the price andthat is what the ARUBA McDonald's does - the food here tastes different, the ingredients are fresher, and the quality is far better than most US fast food chain stores including the domestic McDonald's. GO and taste the difference and see what we mean. Though we would never suggest to you that this is fine eating, it is credible eating if you are looking for a snack or a quick lunch or want to entertain the children and we would be reluctant to try to discourage anyone from going.It is a unique experience and it is one that is worth doing.
Only worth the trip if everything else is closed.
It's a good place to take very small children. They are familiar with McDonald's, and it helps that they know what they are eating (especially if they are picky eaters). It's not the best place to go for adults, but sometimes you just want a burger you know will be tasty. Why not McDonald's???
I have one question - why on earth would anyone go to a chain restaurant in Aruba? However, I did have to have my DD coffee. Isn't a vacation to an island about trying the native foods (and drink)?
If you just decent price fooe and don't want the long restaurant experience, why not McDonalds, afterall the McRib isn't always available in the US and there are different menu items here. We were at the McDonalds off 1A(B)- at the time their credit card line was down- as my husband was making his way out to the car for cash, the manager stopped him and told us to eat first while the food was hot. Even at McDonalds you can have an unforgettable experience that adds to your vacation!
C'mon it's freaking Mcdonalds...let's get real here. Just for the record the food is not the same as the U.S.Mickey D's. Spend some cash and go to a real restaurant. Your on vacation for god's sake.
okay, okay.......I was jonesing for a Mc Donalds cheeseburger.....I admit it!....and the desert wasn't bad either!.....lol.....sorry I was weak!
The interior was clean and presentable (as you might expect from Mc Donald's)..... would go there again for the fries!!......mmmmmmmmmm, Hot Mc Donald's Fries!!!
mcdonalds is an 8 because their french fries taste like chewy king.i really like their desserts. their toilets are nasty.