I paid $4.99 for one.
The garlic parmesan cheese spread offered the most punch of all the ingredients. With a layer both on top and bottom, it delivered a combination of sharp, salty, garlicky creaminess. Combined with the bacon, the saltiness was just a tad much. The inclusion of the sauce is a curious one given the mild profile of mozzarella cheese. The mozzarella itself was thoroughly melted although given its reputation as a great melting cheese, a thicker slice might be warranted to better live up to the burger's name.
The bacon was good for a pronounced smoky, fatty, crunch and was really all you could wish for in terms of fast food bacon. I would not be opposed to Wendy's putting out a BLT one of these days.
The brioche was nice enough but a little too chewy. My top bun was burnt somewhat. But taste-wise, I didn't notice either the char nor any garlic in the bun over the sauce.
The onions and spring mix were fresh and of good quality but the spring mix was a bit sparse and did little to buffer against the parmesan garlic sauce. While it might be nice for a salad, it tended to fall out here.
Nutritional Info - Wendy's Bacon Mozzarella Burger
Calories - 620 (Calories from Fat - 330)
Fat - 37g (Saturated Fat - 15g)
Sodium - 1430mg
Carbs - 34g (Sugar - 6g)
Protein - 37g