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A top 5 fast food restaurant review would be biased and unfair because Mcdonald’s and Burger King were the brands that I grew up with. So Instead of doing a top 5 fast food restaurant review, I’ll talk about the things that I like about my 5 favorite fast food restaurants.
It’s a weird thing to think of the McChicken as a light meal. Health professionals tell me that chicken is cooked with less grease, but my brain knows that all burgers have identical nutritional values. If I’m wanting to go with a healthy option, then the fillet of fish is the way to go. Mcdonald’s fries are excellent. Thin, and crispy on the outside. The best parts are the extra thin slices that get overfried and end up really crunchy. The apple pies are sugary flavorbombs. If sugar had a maximum flavor point, Mcdonald’s has it set to about a hundred and ten.
By far, the highlight of my childhood were road trips. You never get to experience semi delirium while seeing unusual things, until you take a road trip. In between the scenic glimpses of dead animal carcasses, ghostly haybales, and the desert sun, the fast food restaurant that everyone should try is Carl’s Jr. I don’t remember what the food was like at Carl’s Jr, but the frosty cold sodas were awesome. The frosty cold sodas from my vague recollecton of road trips, were temporary remedies for sanity. I don’t think I ever had any complaints for Carl’s Jr.
Arby’s is one of the very few burger joints that sell roast beef. That makes Arby’s sort of a niche restaurant. If you had the image of chicken burgers, beef burgers, or fish burgers ringing inside of your head, then you had plenty of choices because burger menus at some point became standardized and offered similar things. If you wanted roast beef, then Arby’s is the place to go.
How do you even begin to describe Burger King? Out of all the burger joints I’m listing, BK serves the biggest burgers. A really good money to food ratio. The charbroiled texture, the gargantuan proportions, and the unique inclusion of sliced onions makes Burger King the king of fast food joints. The self serve refillable drinks are awesome too.
The burger joint of the week, Wendy’s! If Burger King had a rival, it would be Wendy’s. The burgers aren’t quite as big as Burger King’s, but they come close. The difference with Wendy’s is that the burgers are served thick. They also seem to have a lot more weight to them, it’s weird. The combo meals aren’t expensive. My favorite is the burger, chili and fries combo. The fries aren’t as crunchy as the fries served at Mcdonald’s, but they’re way thicker. The meals are loaded with hours of energy, and so that’s why Wendy’s has a good money to food ratio. The only downside is that the beef burgers are cooked greasy, otherwise Wendy’s is just fantastic.
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