They have something called the McBean on the menu in McDonald’s in Sweden, and I think it’s the first veggie burger I’ve seen at a McDonald’s so far.
It’s not bad! It’s topped with lettuce, tomato, and mayo, and the patty is nice and crispy on the outside. It’s also surprisingly creamy on the inside, which is a bit bizarre at first — but it grows on you. The burger itself almost has the consistency of a bean dip; it’s mostly a creamy bean paste, with a few whole beans interspersed throughout. This seems like it should be off-putting, but the creamy/crispy contrast actually worked reasonably well.
I also got the Chili Cheese Tops, which were triangular fried nuggets stuffed with cheese and jalapeno peppers. The cheese was a little bit gluey, but these otherwise weren’t bad. They were slightly spicy, creamy, and crispy. I mean, it’s basically fried cheese, and it’s hard to go wrong with that.