Taste like every other McDonald's. The line can get super long (15+ cars) but the line usually goes quickly. It's probably the most popular fast food restaurant in Wasilla.
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The good thing about McDonald's is that it is dependable. The food tastes the same no matter what state you are in and the wifi is free! Even the "Sweet Tea" was almost the same, being from NC that is a big compliment. Anyway, the reason I decided to write a review about this McDonald's was because of all the... More
We stopped at several McDonald's across the State. Here the food was freshly cooked and fries were hot!! Sweet tea was so good!! This McDonald's was very clean, and very clean restrooms added to the good impression of this particular McD's. I must add that the pickup truck of a successful hunter parked outside with enormous caribou antlers with the... More
Good service here, the employees are always very polite. Otherwise like most other McDonalds we have ever eaten at. No play area for the kiddos.
OK I have nothing against McDonald's but you are in ALASKA, go enjoy some of the great food we are famous for. The McDonalds in both Palmer and Wasilla are clean and the management is good.. staff is mostly high school kids but they work hard
We stopped in for a quick lunch on the way back from fishing. The burgers and fries were good, as usual, and they hit the spot. Restaurant was clean and quite crowded with families.
If you go there for tea, a salad, or an ice cream, you are set. If you are looking for food, real food, keep driving. Their drive through is too long, so go in and nix the wait. They do have a cool Play Place for the kids.
Truth is, I would be remiss in not rating McDonald's as I eat there from time to time. Living in Anchorage but spending considerable time in the bush I find myself continually trying to find a nice place for lunch or breakfast along the highway, namely the Glenn Highway and the Richardson Highway. When McDonald's first came to Alaska, 1968/69,... More
Went on a Saturday and there were probably 20 employees there and the service was so slow I was compelled to write a review. The cashier was great but that was about it. The place was a mess and clearly mismanaged. With so many employees I would have expected it cleaner and quicker service. After all it's McDonald's and expectations... More
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