McDonald's rolled out a few big changes to its burgers in select cities—including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Tucson.
Among the changes: The popular fast food chain is adding white onions to the burger patties while they're still on the grill—as a way to enhance flavor.
Not everyone was happy about it, with some diners leaving some choice words on social media.
A few days ago, McDonald's announced that it would be rolling out big changes to a number of its classic burgers. Among the burgers getting a taste-enhancing makeover are the Big Mac, McDouble, classic cheeseburger, double cheeseburger, and hamburger. For now, the changes have only been implemented at McDonald's locations in select cities: Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Tucson, Portland, Oregon, and Sacramento.
Now that customers have had a chance to quite literally digest the news, they're sounding off on social media with their thoughts.
One of the new changes McDonald's is starting to roll out is adding white onions to the burger patties while they're still on the grill to enhance the flavor. One user on Twitter pointed out a potential downside to this particular new change. According to them, they're no longer able to order a burger without onions.
In response, the official Twitter account for McDonald's said, "you can always choose to customize your order to suit your needs." But a number of people are still concerned with the new griddled white onions.