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White Castle: Little Sliders from the Mid West

DesignGirl October 7, 2013 Chicago, Fast Food, Illinois

White Castle

After seeing the movie Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, I’ve always wanted to go to White Castle for the sliders. Living on the West Coast, I’ve never seen one before since it’s mostly concentrated in the Mid West of North America.

I made it a mission to come here before I left.

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To end my Chicago experience, we ordered 6 sliders and fries. It really wasn’t as impressive as I thought it would be. The patty is very thin and you really just taste more of the bun.

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Original Slider has pickles, onions and the small patty between the soft bun. The patty seemed to stick to the bun and was inseparable.

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Cheese Slider is like the original but with the extra cheese.

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Bacon Cheese Slider is like the Cheese Slider but with the added bacon strips.

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Chicken Ring Slider is just chicken shaped into a ring. It also has a slice of cheese.

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Fish Slider also has a slice of cheese.

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Jalapeno Cheese Slider has the thin beef patty and jalapeno cheese. It wasn’t spicy at all.

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My first White Castle experience was ok, but I can now see why some people order a whole case of these little sliders. There’s really nothing special about White Castle except for the size of the sliders. A lot of other fast food joints taste much better. But, most people come here for the novelty of it all.

Have you been here? What do you think?

Website: www.whitecastle.com

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • www.fatpandavan.com

    I’ve always wanted to try!!!! But a&w looks even better..

  • pretzeldw

    I have to agree. I think I hyped it up so much that I was very disappointed when I actually got to try one. Honestly most McDonald’s burgers taste better. Oh well, checked it off the to do list.