Nachos are as excessive as they sound: the plate is chock-full of tortilla chips, cheddar, mozzarella, salsa, beef chili, black olives, and jalapeños, and topped with a generous dollop of guacamole and sour cream.
That fatty combo delivers about three-quarters of the recommended daily intake of saturated fat and over 1,600 more milligrams of sodium than what you should eat in an entire day.
Hot Dog With Cheese
Chicagoans and New Yorkers may not be able to agree on the best toppings to add to their hot dogs, but what the two hot dog-loving cities can agree on is that a slice of Kraft American Cheese doesn't do a whole lot to make their hot dogs taste better.
In fact, it hides the taste of the meat — which is kind of the point of the meal, anyway.
Veggie Cheese Sandwich
Vegetarian options are usually pretty few and far between on certain menus. But that doesn't mean it's any good.
Most veggie sandwiches and burgers rank as the worst item on the menu, and described the texture of the sandwich as a "gloppy cheese tarpit." Yum.
Surprisingly, this is one of the unhealthiest items on the menu and it's not even a meaty main. This dish of stir-fried noodles and veggies usually sounds like a sensible option, but don't let it fool you.
The chow mein has more calories than many other entree options. Plus, chow mein usually has nearly double the amount of sodium than many other menu items.
While a dish starring shrimp might appear to be a healthier meal option at everyone's aunt's favorite Italian spot, it is, unfortunately, one of the worst choices on the menu. We normally think of shrimp as a lean and low-calorie choice. But not here.
This is thanks in part to the cream-heavy sauce and the pasta also has a super-high sodium count.