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Fast Food Restaurants in Los Angeles, CA
1.Crispy Crust Los Angeles/Glendale Location
3111 Glendale Blvd4.57 mi Los Angeles, CA$$ Fast Food RestaurantsRestaurant Delivery ServiceRestaurantsCaterers
This place is awesome!!! They always give more than expected, the staff is great, the food is one of the best I've ever had and the prices are very affordable.
5215 N Figueroa St4.53 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsRestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsHot Dog Stands & Restaurants
6750 W Sunset Blvd6.20 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsRestaurantsChicken Restaurants
Been to drive-thru a few times. It has 2 ordering lanes that feed into one. This helps with all the congestion in the area. It can be a struggle to get in & out of there being that it is Hollywood. It's usually good service, but today when I went thru, I felt completely rushed & service wasn't quite as good as usual. Food is always yummy tho!
5001 Wilshire Blvd5.40 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsRestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsHamburgers & Hot Dogs
Recently new to L.A., I had always heard about Fatburgers -- but never actually tasted one. And darn it, if they didn't taste as good and grilled as I heard and hoped. Truly one of the better fast-food burgers out there. I would put it up their amongst other lengendary offerings like the Whataburger and Hungerbuster. Though, I have to admit I was a little disappointed with the lackluster fries.
7009 W Sunset Blvd6.40 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsHamburgers & Hot DogsRestaurantsAmerican Restaurants
I like these burgers. Please, can you just put more salad in. The beef is awesome !
6.El Pollo Loco
3959 Wilshire Blvd3.99 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsMexican RestaurantsRestaurantsTake Out Restaurants
I'm a huge fan of El Pollo Loco in general however I will not be visiting this location again. I ordered a large side of veggies and ate half way through it to find a gigantic half-steamed fly crawl out from under my veggies. I noticed that they leave their doors open to air the restaurant. No doubt that is the source of the problem.
11762 San Vicente Blvd12.66 mi Los Angeles, CA$ Fast Food RestaurantsTake Out RestaurantsSandwich ShopsRestaurants
I did not know subway could be bad! I have been to this subway about 4 different times and each time I couldn't believe I went back. I thought okay this is subway maybe it was just the person working there that day. I can't believe I'm even writing a review on subway because no one is going to read this. Well let me tell you go to the wilshire subway or anywhere but the brentwood subway. Why? The people working there are dirty, the first time I went one of the sandwich makers was picking his nose with those plastic gloves on before making a sandwich not mine luckely. It is supposed to be fresh right but everything at this location is all mixed together meaning the veggies. and there cheese is always dried up and crumbling. The second time I went I ordered a sandwich and you know when subway skimps sometimes and you say hey could you put a couple more olives or something. Well I did this and they charged me for extra everything. The last time I went, I was with my fiance who ordered a veggie patty sandwich that she had to take back because it was stale it was actually so stale that is was hard when you bit into. I then went back in to get a re-fill and second bag of chips. I gave the women 2 bucks thinking it would be a dollar and some change, she then charged me 1 dollar for a re-fill. Can anyone tell me since when does subway charge for re-fills? I think she was just upset since we made her remake the sandwich. I asked her to show me where on the menu it states they charge a dollar for re-fills and she said well I see it on my cash machine right her. Lame. Even lamer that I'm actually wasting my time writing about subway but I had to get it out.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.