GTA Online’s Lewd Fast Food Menus Have Players Begging For Burgers and Chicken

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An image of GTA Online player placing their order.

No matter what you’re up to in GTA Online, it can be easy to work up an appetite that the game’s vending machines just can’t satisfy.

Once your stomach's growling, trying to play your role in a heist or fend off a griefer becomes an impossible task, with your concentration having been diverted to what’s for lunch, rather than who to fire at.

This is possibly what’s sparked one GTA player to stop by a fast food joint recently and take a look at the menu, only to be surprised by what they found.

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The thread concerning this event in the GTA Online subreddit began with the user in question, HeyYoDeimos, sharing an image of them in the drive-thru of a Lucky Plucker restaurant, captioning it: “Y’all ever uh.. read the menu?”

A number of fellow players responded that they had done so, with user Opening-Canary-3099 saying: “I crashed into this the other day and actually read the whole menu” and celinesnightmares asking where the restaurant could be found, presumably so that they can do the same.

Others quoted what can only be assumed to be their orders from the South Los Santos food stop, with user awakensleep saying: “start your day with a fresh cock & eggs” and suatkelem alluding to Big Smoke by requesting: “two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large cock.”

However, some weren’t in the mood for fast food, with one user saying: “I'm personally offended by the chicken fish sandwich, they had the chance to say cock again but didn't” and egap420 pleading: “no cock for me thanks”.

On the other hand, some players yearned to be able to pop into an iconic eatery from previous GTA games, with user DreamWarrior90 saying: “They need to allow us to go into restaurants like Cluckin Bell like in San Andreas. Hearing the worker saying ‘I hope you choke a doodle doo’ is still hilarious and I miss it.”

User TheThemePark added to this suggestion, saying: “That was (one) of the best (things) about playing GTA IV. Being able to go to Burger Shot, Cluckin Bell or a hotdog stand and buy something to eat.”

So, start thinking about what you fancy from the takeaway menu and make sure to follow us for more GTA Online updates as new content, possibly starring Michael from single-player, is released.