I don't think Wendy's is the best overall, but I like theirs a lot more than other bottom feeder fast food chains.
I think either McDonald's or In-N-Out. In-N-Out is definitely fresher, but McDonald's seems to have the right chemical/sugar/salt/whatever mix to make their stuff taste pretty delicious despite being kind of shitty.
motherfuckin' back yard burgers and if you say otherwise you have straight up never had fresh byb.
fyi, this is the flag of occupied territory with much better food than you've ever eaten, faggot
As far as franchises go, Sonic could be killing it with a few changes. The variety is their greatest strength and weakness. You can't offer that huge of a selection without verifying the order at several different stages. There's too much room for error. They also should change to a fast-casual format and cook the food to the order. Rip out the heat lamps and say goodbye.
Also, a tiny change in the ingredients could make a huge difference. The lettuce is garbage, slice the onion rather than chopping it, replace the ice cream with something that's actually good, and start making your own brand of quality soft drinks. Coke and Pepsi products suck.
The onion rings outclass the rest of their food. It's pretty weird.
Red Mill. I'm not shilling, it's just the best burger you could get in AZ was In-N-Out or 5 Guys which is absurdly overpriced
My favorite is probably In-N-Out, but I have yet to try a lot of the big chains that are supposedly really good, like Whataburger and White Castle.
Then again, people in the bible belt and the east coast are known to be boisterous retards for literally no reason, so I automatically assume it's a lot of bluster.
Ate a triple jalapeño cheeseburger with extra large coke and fries on visitor day after basic training. Jesus christ... eating healthy for three months and all of a sudden all that fat, sugar, and caffeine... Fucking awesome. I thought it was a pretty good joint. Didn't even know it existed outside King of the Hill.
Five Guys is good, but it's never filling. I don't know how they manage it. I'm always still hungry after even a double bacon cheeseburger.
I know that makes me sound fat, but Five Guys is the only place that I still feel that hungry after a burger.
Used to be my go-to when I actually ate fast food several years ago. Went about a year ago and it noticeably went down a notch though.
>Somebody get Culver's butter burger in here.
As far as fast food burgers go, they're pretty fucking delicious.
Also, that frozen custard dessert.
I wish it wasn't midnight....
>sitting at the table, eating with his hat on.
This is why I prefer associating with white people - at least they know some etiquette.
I like In n Out for a good quick bite, Five Guys if I want to feel fancy. Though generally burgers are worth going into a sit down restaurant.
Also, this is relevant. Thank me later.
Pic related was best fast food burger ever and since its been gone Wendy's has been dead 2 me
They have one or two in LA now.
RIP their burgermeister. The ranch on their new chicken sandwich is fuckable, though.
It seems to vary a lot by location whether or not Wendy's buns are fine or buttery messes that will leave me turning napkins clean for hours to come. Their food is definitely top of the major fast food burger chains, especially since Burger King stopped selling the double/triple stacker.
Sonic's drink stop is fucking phenomenal. In college my friends and I, back when I had friends, would drive through with a box of Bacardi miniatures and make cuba libres. We'd order the extra large Coca cola's with lime wedges and coconut flavoring, dump the miniatures in, and drive around town all night listening to music and bullshitting about the universe. Good memories.
We had a designated driver of course. We weren't assholes. It was good having friends.
this place, and also that meal costs less than $5 unlike this bullshit>>7275028 where a burger and fries with no drink runs you $15
My favorite is the super sonic cheeseburger when they get it made properly and not dried out and barely warm. It's pretty large too and when it's fresh I really like it. I go maybe twice a year. The best one I've ever had though was from a wooden shack in Killeen, TX off of Rancier Boulevard that had a plywood spray painted sign with an arrow to direct you to it. It had amazing burgers and mozzarella sticks.
I'm pretty sure a single burger is 6 dollars, not 7. (Different prices at different locations?) But yeah, definitely worth every penny
My favorite things about Shake Shack: The veggies are organic and meats are from good parts of the cow. They're not stingy with the ingredients either. I've never had a wilted piece of lettuce or a thin slice of tomato on one of their burgers. Also it just feels less trashy than other fast food places because niggers can't afford to eat there, my location is always full of suits and nannies with babies
My second favorite fast food burger after Shake Shack is Five Guys. I think it's almost on par with Shake Shack burger wise, but I hate the cheap, sterile-looking decor. It's like I'm eating in a hospital, or worse, McDonalds