QUICK REVIEW: Wendy’s S’Awesome Bacon Classic

Wendy's S'Awesome Bacon Classic

What is Wendy’s S’Awesome Bacon Classic?

I guess I’m out of the Wendy’s loop because I wasn’t even aware of its S’Awesome sauce that was introduced a year or so ago. Either way, the chain has slathered it on one of its classic burgers, thrown on some bacon slices, and released it to the public as the S’Awesome Bacon Classic.

How is it?

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Eager to try what the advertising calls a “sweet, smoky, tangy sauce” on my single-size burger, I couldn’t really taste it over the heavy saltiness of the bacon. I peeked under the bun and saw a very thin, practically non-existent spread of S’Awesome across the bread. At this point, to me, it tasted like a bacon burger that cost a bit too much at $5.19.

However, I got brave and went to the counter and requested a small cup of S’Awesome sauce which they generous acquiesced to. I used it as a dipping sauce for my burger, which made all the difference in the world. A little dab won’t do. You need a deluge of sauce to get the full power of S’Awesome, which I’m all for.

Is there anything else I need to know?

In addition to the single variety that I purchased, there’s also a double and triple if you need that much Wendy’s meat in your life. There’s also the calorically dangerous S’Awesome Bacon Fries, covered in chunky bacon and S’Awesome sauce. (I’d love to see the S’Awesome sauce as a goopy baked potato topping. That would be truly S’Awesome.)


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What I’m slowly learning is that, when it comes to these sauce-heavy sandwiches, it’s completely up to the sandwich-maker how much they’re going to put on it. In this case, surprisingly any. But, by requesting a cup of S’Awesome sauce and remedying a small manufacturing error, it made Wendy’s S’Awesome Bacon Classic a tasty little burger. However, next time I might get a free cup of S’Awesome sauce and Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger and call it a day.

Purchased Price: $5.19
Size: Single
Rating: 6 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 640 calories, 40 grams of fat, 15 grams of saturated fat, 115 milligrams of cholesterol, 1390 milligrams of sodium, 40 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 8 grams of sugar, and 34 grams of protein.

5 thoughts to “QUICK REVIEW: Wendy’s S’Awesome Bacon Classic”

  1. I’m guessing that the extra sauce was only free because they knew that you ordered the Burger and they fudged up but I bet you can still pay like 75 cents for it and put it on whatever you want like that Baked Potato you mentioned because like you said in your review all they did was slap some old sauce on a burger and called it a new item.

  2. Had this yesterday in the double variety. It was a good bacon cheeseburger, but therein lies the problem — it JUST tasted like a standard Wendy’s bacon cheeseburger. The sauce definitely got swallowed up, even though there seemed to be a generous application of it. Next time, I’ll do what you did and get an extra cup, because the sauce is awes… er… s’awesome.

  3. My experience with it was subpar. They forgot the bacon, the bun tasted stale and an off taste to the burger. Top it off with getting sweet tea instead of unsweetened tea. Need to cut sugar by 90% to make that palatable.

  4. Crap burger wish I could post a picture. Little to no lettuce, no tomato, no pickle, barely any bacon. What a scam!

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