This Burger King location probably has longtime employees taking home company inventory and selling it in their neighborhoods or at street fairs posing as BK employees. My girlfriend and I tried to order commonly available stuff and were turned away many times at our neighborhood bk. Each time the same weird routine, first they ask us to repeat our order 3 or 4 times until we gave up and drove away. (pretending they don't hear or understand) we came back a few minutes later and the guy said they were out of burgers. We tried again the next afternoon, and the burgers were not like real bk meat, something else. We thought it was like deer meat mixed with soy (???) and smaller. Fewer fries too, we counted 9 in one bag, 8 in the other. Even the drinks were diluted so badly, it was like coke flavored water. I took it all back to the counter to get a refund, and the guy laughed at us and said no refund when partially eaten. (!) what is going on here? My neighbor says he saw the same guy selling burgers at an outdoor concert. I noticed last year that this location's quality was going steadily downhill, and I never see what look like paying customers eating there anymore, except it appears to be just friends-"associates" of the employees. I've wasted over fifty bucks trying to get a decent bk quality meal. Occasionally the food tastes like normal BK food, but smaller inferior bun. Often the wrong buns with wrong ingredients. The people working there are so cavalier about all the complaints, they just laugh while openly selling food they may have picked up at a food bank somewhere. What scammers!