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I haven't been to a fast food place in years. I think the final straw was when McDonalds started selling its McCrap (or was that McWrap). It finally woke me up. Then I started noticing new slogans popping up

Arby's - "I'm so hungry I could eat at Arby's"

Taco Bell - "Technically, it's food"

Very rarely we will order in Chinese. We used to eat out a few times a year but our two favourite restaurants are no longer. Shabusen (Oriental stir fry) got new owners and went downhill and Arjuna's (Indonesian) closed. Arjuna's had the most incredible rice table.

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I go to one of the sandwich shops about once a week.
This includes Panera Bread, Jimmy John's, Port of Subs etc.

Edited by vegaseat

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The good old local traditional Fish and Chip shop! But not too often!
When out after an evening drinking in Dublin (again not too often especially nowadays,) I tend to find myself in Zaytoon - it's an authentic kebab place everything is freshly made in store - they even have a guy rolling out dough and making pitta bread from scratch on a little oven thing!

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