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....
On Saturday, I treated myself to a couple of cheesesteaks from Geno's in South Philly.
I am recognizing that the voice inside my head
is urging me to be myself but never follow someone else
Because opinions are like voices we all have a different kind". --Q-Tip
Jimmy Johns roast beef sandwich is just perfect though.
McDonalds always has its crack-like appeal though
Well of course my California neice and nephew like In-N-Out Burger.
Why don't you knock it off with them negative waves?
Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here?
Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?
From Kelly's Heroes (1970)
Are you sure you're not hurt ?
No. Just some parts wake up faster than others.
Broke parts take a little longer, though.
From Electric Horseman (1979)