Fast Food in St. Louis with Staff Pick

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    Cafe Lazeez
    A different kind of fusion cuisine: This tiny storefront offers Pakistani dishes as well as American fast - or fast-casual, if you prefer - food. The Pakistani dishes include richly seasoned chicken biryani, beef kabobs and chicken in an aggressively spicy karahi sauce. The American side of the menu offers burgers and pizza with all the usual toppings. The can't-miss dish is the "broasted" chicken. This is chicken deep-fried in a pressure cooker, essentially, and the results are sensational. The breading is thin, crisp and not overly greasy, while the meat is wonderfully flavorful and spicy.
    Five Guys Burgers and Fries-Town & Country
    Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the "little" burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
    O! Wing Plus
    Forget trendy "fusion" cuisine. O! Wing Plus is the most legit fusion restaurant around: America's favorite bar snack, hot wings, combined with the flavors of Korea and Southeast Asia. Sauce for the wings include "O's Original," a blend of brown sugar-red chile; and the tart, hot "Thai Chile Lime." The "Beast Mode" sauce is the hottest, but for the best balance of spice and flavor, go for the honey-laden "Hot Mama." The fried chicken is also excellent.

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