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Has anyone tried Taco Bell's new chipotele sauce? It's amazing.

I see you're using the Bobby Flay spelling of "chipotle" there.

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Has anyone tried Taco Bell's new chipotele sauce? It's amazing.

I was in Buffalo for the last few years, so I occasionally visited Taco Bell because there was a dearth of even passably decent Mexican food. But now that I'm back in the southwest the odds of going to Taco Bell instead of a taco shop or fast-serve Mexican restaurant are slim to none.

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I don't know about you guys, i thought American great fast food was Macdonald, Burger King and A&W; ? Me and 4 million people grew up with Macdonald, Kentucky Fried Chicken...

Thanks for the insight of other great American fast food, if given a chance will try others fast food mention !
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Im surprised the Big Mac aint gettin no love on this thread. Thing is freaking delicious at 1am and drunk.

In Singapore, Macdonald open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week plus home delivery too !

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Im surprised the Big Mac aint gettin no love on this thread. Thing is freaking delicious at 1am and drunk.

Drunk food has a certain appeal doesn't it?!? Try it again for lunch and blech. There's a pizza place in Edmonton (The Pickle Place or something like that) and it's packed at 2 am. During the day when the taste buds are all functioning, it's one of the worst pizzas in the city.

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Im surprised the Big Mac aint gettin no love on this thread. Thing is freaking delicious at 1am and drunk.

We used to joke that the worst part of a hangover was getting in your car the next day and smelling the White Castle bag you left in it from the night before.

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I don't have a particular favorite when it comes to fast food although I do think Hardees (or Carl's Jr., depending on location) makes a better burger than most of their competitors. There are three places I avoid when it comes to fast food: (1) Taco Bell and (2) Fazzoli's, because the concept of fast food does not work well with either Mexican or Italian cuisine; and (3) Chik-Fil-A, because I think they're overrated and overpriced. Just about every fast food company in America makes a chicken sandwich that is as good or better for less money.
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I'd put Chipotle up there. We finally had one open in Erie yesterday.

We have both a Red Robin and a Fuddrucker's. I agree with you on Red Robin but I would hardly call Fuddrucker's fast food. I can't think of anytime I've ever been there that I haven't had to wait at least 8-10 minutes for my order...just as I would at Red Robin.

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We have both a Red Robin and a Fuddrucker's. I agree with you on Red Robin but I would hardly call Fuddrucker's fast food. I can't think of anytime I've ever been there that I haven't had to wait at least 8-10 minutes for my order...just as I would at Red Robin.

We have a Fuddrucker's in the food court at the Millcreek Mall here in Erie. You wait for your burger at In-n-Out and Five guys, too.

In-n-Out, Fuddrucker's, Five Guys: - no waitresses or waiters - drinks come in styrofoam or paper cups - trays to carry your food - get your own refills (except in the mall food court of course) Red Robin - Sit down booths - Fuller menu - Waiters, waitresses, and drinks come in glass or plastic cups - waiter gets your refills - food delivered on actual plates with real silverware That's how it is here anyway. I haven't seen a Fuddrucker's sit-down joint, but I'm sure it's somewhat like Red Robin but also still somewhat like InO and FG.
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My criteria for "fast food" apparently differs from yours. I view it as anyplace where you can place your order and get it to go in 5 minutes or less, the condiments are already on your sandwich, you can get it in a bag to go, and alcoholic beverages are not served. Our Fuddrucker's doesn't meet any of these conditions so to me it's not a fast food restaurant. To me it's more like Red Robin than it is like McDonald's or Hardees (no experience with 5 Guys or In-N-Out).

By the way...here's one you might want to avoid:

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