Fast Food in West St. Louis County

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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.
    Chick-fil-A
    Home of the original chicken sandwich--not to mention nuggets, strips, and those illustrious waffle fries, plus lemonade made from actual lemons--Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A found itself mired in controversy in early 2012 when company president Dan Cathy publicly shared his views against gay marriage. LGBT groups revolted and the media had a field day, with activists staging same-sex kissing demonstrations inside the restaurant and thousands of customers vowing to boycott the chicken chain. But ultimately the brouhaha doesn't seem to have hurt business; loyal fans are still packing the St. Louis drive-thru daily to be served by the most polite employees in the fast food world, who without fail refill drinks with a simple "My pleasure." Chick-fil-A's just a click away on Voice Places.
    Chick-fil-A -West County Center
    Chick-fil-A is a national fast-food chain serving chicken and American food. This location is located in the food court inside mall West County Center in Des Peres.
    Chick-fil-A
    Home of the original chicken sandwich--not to mention nuggets, strips, and those illustrious waffle fries, plus lemonade made from actual lemons--Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A found itself mired in controversy in early 2012 when company president Dan Cathy publicly shared his views against gay marriage. LGBT groups revolted and the media had a field day, with activists staging same-sex kissing demonstrations inside the restaurant and thousands of customers vowing to boycott the chicken chain. But ultimately the brouhaha doesn't seem to have hurt business; loyal fans are still packing the St. Louis drive-thru daily to be served by the most polite employees in the fast food world, who without fail refill drinks with a simple "My pleasure." Chick-fil-A's just a click away on Voice Places.
    Dave and Tony's
    A local establishment that looks and feels like a sleek national “better burger” chain. (Can multiple franchises be far behind?) Uncharacteristic of the genre, here you are actually permitted to order your burger less than well-done. And if you dial all the way back to the stated limit of medium-rare, the result is very good: beefy, juicy and in need of little more than a bun to be enjoyed. That said, a plethora of cheeses, sauces and toppings are available (including some oddities like avocado, hard-boiled egg and fried pickles). The French fries (regular or herbed-garlic fries) are divine.
    Five Guys Burgers and Fries-Chesterfield
    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.
    Five Guys Burgers and Fries-Creve Coeur
    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.
    Five Guys Burgers and Fries-Des Peres
    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.
    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.
    The Global Quesadilla Company
    Set up like a Chipotle or other fast-casual restaurant, Global Quesadilla Company's menu consists of quesadillas and wraps with, surprisingly, mozzarella as the base cheese. Standouts include the St. Louis - parmesan-tomato sauce on a tomato-basil tortilla with Italian sausage, pepperoni,, and Provel and mozzarella cheeses. Many options are named for cities or regions, such as the Thai peanut, which includes grilled chicken, red and green peppers, green onions and shredded carrots. Salad versions of the quesadillas and wraps are also available, as are a variety of "'chos," a.k.a. nachos.
    Kim Cheese
    Located inside a former Dairy Queen in Chesterfield, Kim Cheese follows the Korean-Mexican fusion trend that started in Los Angeles and swept the nation. You can order tacos with Korean barbecue meat (rib-eye steak, pork or chicken), topped with tomato, onion, corn and cheese. Burritos come stuffed with either steak or chicken; both have fried rice, studded with hunks of scrambled egg. The most intriguing dishes might be the “burgers,” which are actually rib-eye steak sandwiches with cheese and pungent kim chi. Don’t neglect to add a side order of the french fries, which are terrific.
    Qdoba Mexican Grill
    "Food for people who love food" is the slogan at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual Tex-Mex eatery that was founded in Denver in 1995 and has since grown to include more than 600 restaurants in the U.S, including St. Louis. Lovers of chicken-and-bean-packed burritos and fresh-picked peppers, onions, corn and onion will appreciate the fact that the food is prepared in full view of the customers at this sit-down diner. As for the menu, the Qdoba Quesadilla is its mainstay and most popular item, both plain (three cheeses piled onto homemade tortillas) and with various meats (Strip steak on a quesadilla? Yes, at Qdoba) and roasted peppers. Also available is the Mexican Gumbo, a souped-up version of the diner's own tortilla soup with sour cream, cheese, and salsa and topped with tortilla strips and a choice of chicken, steak and pork. Qdoba is easy to find on Voice Places.
    "Food for people who love food" is the slogan at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual Tex-Mex eatery that was founded in Denver in 1995 and has since grown to include more than 600 restaurants in the U.S, including St. Louis. Lovers of chicken-and-bean-packed burritos and fresh-picked peppers, onions, corn and onion will appreciate the fact that the food is prepared in full view of the customers at this sit-down diner. As for the menu, the Qdoba Quesadilla is its mainstay and most popular item, both plain (three cheeses piled onto homemade tortillas) and with various meats (Strip steak on a quesadilla? Yes, at Qdoba) and roasted peppers. Also available is the Mexican Gumbo, a souped-up version of the diner's own tortilla soup with sour cream, cheese, and salsa and topped with tortilla strips and a choice of chicken, steak and pork. Qdoba is easy to find on Voice Places.
    "Food for people who love food" is the slogan at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual Tex-Mex eatery that was founded in Denver in 1995 and has since grown to include more than 600 restaurants in the U.S, including St. Louis. Lovers of chicken-and-bean-packed burritos and fresh-picked peppers, onions, corn and onion will appreciate the fact that the food is prepared in full view of the customers at this sit-down diner. As for the menu, the Qdoba Quesadilla is its mainstay and most popular item, both plain (three cheeses piled onto homemade tortillas) and with various meats (Strip steak on a quesadilla? Yes, at Qdoba) and roasted peppers. Also available is the Mexican Gumbo, a souped-up version of the diner's own tortilla soup with sour cream, cheese, and salsa and topped with tortilla strips and a choice of chicken, steak and pork. Qdoba is easy to find on Voice Places.
    "Food for people who love food" is the slogan at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual Tex-Mex eatery that was founded in Denver in 1995 and has since grown to include more than 600 restaurants in the U.S, including St. Louis. Lovers of chicken-and-bean-packed burritos and fresh-picked peppers, onions, corn and onion will appreciate the fact that the food is prepared in full view of the customers at this sit-down diner. As for the menu, the Qdoba Quesadilla is its mainstay and most popular item, both plain (three cheeses piled onto homemade tortillas) and with various meats (Strip steak on a quesadilla? Yes, at Qdoba) and roasted peppers. Also available is the Mexican Gumbo, a souped-up version of the diner's own tortilla soup with sour cream, cheese, and salsa and topped with tortilla strips and a choice of chicken, steak and pork. Qdoba is easy to find on Voice Places.
    "Food for people who love food" is the slogan at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual Tex-Mex eatery that was founded in Denver in 1995 and has since grown to include more than 600 restaurants in the U.S, including St. Louis. Lovers of chicken-and-bean-packed burritos and fresh-picked peppers, onions, corn and onion will appreciate the fact that the food is prepared in full view of the customers at this sit-down diner. As for the menu, the Qdoba Quesadilla is its mainstay and most popular item, both plain (three cheeses piled onto homemade tortillas) and with various meats (Strip steak on a quesadilla? Yes, at Qdoba) and roasted peppers. Also available is the Mexican Gumbo, a souped-up version of the diner's own tortilla soup with sour cream, cheese, and salsa and topped with tortilla strips and a choice of chicken, steak and pork. Qdoba is easy to find on Voice Places.

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