When was the last time you came across a fast food restaurant that exclusively sold chicken strips? I know, right?! Raising Cane’s has become one of the fastest-growing fast-food chains in the country thanks to their unique concept. BUT that’s not to say that they don’t have a couple of major problems. Visitors often complain about their slow service.
…so much for “fast food.” Another major problem customers complain about is that the wings preparation isn’t consistent, so the taste changes from location to location. You have to know where to go if you want the good ones.
CiCi’s Pizza is a buffet-style chain restaurant that offers pizza, pasta, AND chicken wings... usually, when a place has that many "specialties," you know at least one of them will be a bit off.
In Cici's case, none of the options are practically good. So, honestly, you can just pass on altogether and check out what there is to eat up the street.
like many of the other fast-food chains on our list, Dunkin’ Donuts has increased its prices over the years, and to be fair,it hase made a few positive improvements to its menu as far as the quality is concerned. Nonetheless, Dunkin' Donuts really needs to slow its roll.
In recent years, they've tried rebranding themselves and are now just "Dunkin'” as opposed to “Dunkin’ Donuts.” but they're still as basic as they've always been and don't stand out among any local niche donut shop.
Our favorite thing is combining Pizza Hut take-out with a fatty order from KFC (or Taco Bell). Hey, don't knock it 'til you try it), and then go into a food-coma. For some odd reason, the pizzas served in Pizza Hut's chain stores simply don't compare to the order-out pizzas. Can someone explain this?
But that may be the reason why they're losing business. Pizza Hut chains across the nation and the world have been closing down one after another. Someone help them get it right!
With a name like "Fatburger," you basically know what you're getting yourself into it; you can only imagine how much grease and fried food they have on their menu. Fatburger practically tells us how many pounds we'll gain after our meal by naming their burgers by how much they weigh.
To be honest, their burgers are pretty good for a fast-food chain, but they're on our list for scaring the general audience with their name. Bad marketing!