Which fast food establishment has the strongest breakfast? Consider price, consistency, convenience, variety, and quality.
For me the clear winner is McDonald's. But I'm very surprised with taco bell. They started selling breakfast out of nowhere and they did it right. It's already second place.
Dewrito jokes aside, the AM Crunchwraps are legitimately the best items on the menu imo
The breakfast Quesalupa has impressed me too, except it really needs sausage crumbles and not just a fucking patty slapped in the middle (with no sausage in the outer thirds) and a steak option (only sausage and bacon are offered)
Tiny as food for fucking ridiculous prices.
Last Tim hortons I went to I paid like $3 for a chocolate glazed donut. Then again that was a few years ago in Montreal. I can go to dunks and get a bigger chocolate glaze donut for fucking less the a dollar
Fuck Tim hortons
>price, consistency, convenience, variety, and quality
snack wrap, donut and coffee at dunkin donuts?
they're everywhere and while the quality is low it dominates the other 4 categories.
$3 for 600 calories, 30 different varities AND coffee.
Dunkin Donuts is shit but it's 10/10 at price, 10/10 at consistency, 10/10 at convenience, 10/10 at variety, and maybe 1-5/10 at quality.
They're the gold standard of shitty fast food.
>assuming everyone wants sugar bread for breakfast
They have shit variety brother. McDonald's has much more to choose from including low calorie options, a full breakfast platter, and oatmeal. McDonald's coffee is surprisingly decent. They have chicken biscuits. The quality isn't great but its 10x better than a shitty donut.
I get one of two things.
>biscuits and gravy
>monster biscuit (bacon, ham, sausage, scrambled egg & cheese on a biscuit)
Both are satisfying and I don't feel greasy like I do after eating BK or McD's.
But normally I cook my own breakfast because I can cook breakfast all month for what I'll spend on 3-4 trips for fast food breakfast.