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Thread: Who has the best fast food?

  1. #51
    Cyburbian jsk1983's avatar
    Feb 2004
    Chicago, IL
    Quote Originally posted by Dan View post

    I'm waiting for some uber-loyal Buffalonian to chime in and say that Anderson's, Ted's, Mighty Taco and Jim's Steak out have the absolute best fast food evar!!!1!!!1!one, and that everything else makes even Ol' Roy dog food and Canadian pizza seem good by comparison.
    I was actually going to say Andersons. Never cared much for the burger places, although I never did care for burgers much. That and I don't eat (fries, or any potato product for that matter) meaning I'm left paying for a sandwich that takes five minutes to eat. My second choice was going to be Tom Wahl's a regional chain out of Rochester, NY. The closest one is a good sixty miles so I haven't been there in years. I'm a fan of their Wahlburger, Ground steak with melted Swiss cheese, grilled smoked ham, lettuce and our special sauce, served on a seeded bun (I know I said I don't like hamburgers but this is the exception.

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    Cyburbian donk's avatar
    Sep 2001
    skating on thin ice
    Toronto's best fast food is not chain driven and consists of places like

    West Indy Roti - doubles, patties and even roti - favourites are Albert's Real Jerk and Ali's

    Falafels - there are so many options for where to get a good falafel - favourites include Anton, Akram's, Gazelle

    Empanadas - Jumbo Empanadas - only place i have had them, but boy are they good.

    Burritos have come all the rage - the original is Burrito Boys - not as fast as the place I had one when I was in SF but still pretty good - 3-4 stores

    Street Meat - there are more hot dog stands then you can shake a stick at

    Fish and Chips - Chippies - bourgeoise gourment fish and chips. They actually have 3 or 4 stores now

    As for (inter)national chains, I prefer the Canadian chain Harveys for burgers and fries. They cook the burger while you wait and put what you want on it while you watch. Want extra pickles,even on the side, no problem.

    Now I am really hungry, hmm where to eat today.......
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

  3. #53
    Cyburbian the north omaha star's avatar
    Nov 2003
    at Babies R Us or Home Depot
    On Saturday, I treated myself to a couple of cheesesteaks from Geno's in South Philly.

  4. #54
    Aug 2007
    chicago, il
    Quote Originally posted by RichmondJake View post
    In California it's In-N-Out Burger.
    Since moving to Florida almost three years ago, I don't recall eating at a fast food restaurant.
    Thank You! In-N-Out Burger has about the best hamburger you'll ever eat- perfect bun, crisp, fresh lettuce, tomatoes, just.... DAMN it is good fast food, quality food all the way. Whenever im out west i must eat there. Having been on the road for the past 25 days, eating nothing but fast food, Panera Bread has the least gross food for when youre travelling.
    Jimmy Johns roast beef sandwich is just perfect though.

    McDonalds always has its crack-like appeal though

  5. #55
    Cyburbian Plus
    Jun 2003
    Well of course my California neice and nephew like In-N-Out Burger.

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