If you’ve been following Clark for a while, you know the man loves his fast food — it’s cheap, quick and there are seemingly endless meal combos!
But some people aren’t quite satisfied with what’s on the menu and have come up with “secret” menu hacks.
Secret fast-food menu items revealed
You won’t find these items featured on the big board at the drive-thru, but fast-food restaurants will be happy to make them for you — usually for a higher price.
For example, the Land, Sea and Air Burger at McDonald’s costs $8.49, according to HacktheMenu.com.
The massive sandwich, pictured below, is created when you combine a Big Mac, Filet-O-Fish and McChicken. Some fans order a McDouble instead of a Big Mac.
Be honest, does this look appetizing to you?
Our friend Kyle from Rather-Be-Shopping.com enjoys fast food almost as much as Clark does and has written about more than a dozen hidden menus over the years.
Kyle shared four of his favorite secret menu items with Clark.com:
In-N-Out Burger: Animal Style burger
“The Animal Style burger will change your life and is easily my go-to burger. It’s a burger with grilled onions, pickles, extra spread and a mustard grilled patty. The spread is a mixture of mayo, ketchup and sweet pickle relish. So good.”
Chick-fil-A: Fried Chicken Club
“I love the Fried Chicken Club: Simply substitute a fried patty for the grilled chicken breast. You’ll probably add 300 calories, but who’s counting?”
Click here for the entire Chick-fil-A secret menu.
Image credit: Chick-fil-A
“The Quesarito off the Chipotle secret menu is a thing of legend. It’s basically everything that comes in a standard Chipotle burrito, but it’s wrapped inside a cheese quesadilla. It might take two grown men to finish it, but it’s totally worth it.”
Starbucks: Thin Mint Frappuccino
“Because of my love for the famous Girl Scout cookie, I regularly order the Thin Mint Frappuccino from the Starbucks secret menu. It’s basically a Tazo Green Tea Frappuccino with two pumps of chocolate syrup, one pump of peppermint syrup, then throw in some java chips and honey. Yes, please.”
Click here for the entire Starbucks secret menu.