Post your country, region or state, and the most popular types of restaurants there.
USA, Texas, family run tex mex joints.
>Either cafes that serve shitty pre-made sandwiches or kebab-run shawarma joints
>most popular restaurants in area
>lying and saying something other then a fast food establishment
When will they learn?
Thai food, shitloads of it. Green chili on everything everywhere. Even the top sushi restaurants probably have "#1 award winning green chili" hidden somewhere on the menu. Sometimes there are really interesting local places using local ingredients.
Well we have larger local hubs and the population is more scattered than in Europe. Therefore there are more restaurants, and they're clustered together. There are pretty much zero restaurants in rural areas. The closest one to my grandmother is 20 minutes away.
The only so called popular shit here are retard bars, ya know where minimum wage workers go to get drunk and start fights. That's not popular with me. So why not be more specific? Popular by what definition?
None of these shitholes would be popular in Manhattan.
Sometimes it may appear that way but when you have to deal with niggers, uptight bitches with their starbucks, cockroach filled subways, smelly islamics with an axe to grind, and a whole host of other things one gets a thick skin.
We're really pretty friendly people.
is that not true though? you're from new york and seem agitated every time you make a post, I was wondering why that was. most people from new york come across as angry and as a defense attack flyovers
Fast food joints are sustenance dispensaries, not restaurants. And calling them popular isn't particularly useful or accurate. That's like calling a bus line or a train stop popular; the popularity of those places is dictated by their necessity and/or convenience, not relative enjoyment.