Drive up, place your order, drive further and pay, then drive some more and get a bag of dinner. Fat food has come a long way in the past 70 years or so, since the time you’d walk into a McDonald’s and they slipped however many hamburgers you wanted into a bag from their pile of ready-made burgers. As you can see from this charted data from the top ten fast food chains, Taco Bell is the overall fastest, with KFC not far behind. That makes sense when you think about it.
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Have you ever walked into a Taco Bell and had to wait for them to notice you while they concentrate on drive-through orders? There’s your chance to watch what they do. They have an extensive menu, but those items are made from the same ten ingredients, just combined in different ways. There are small ovens designed to quickly heat food and melt cheese for specific food items, and each dish has a simple process for quick assembly. KFC is fast because they only serve one kind of main dish, and they make plenty of it in huge batches. I’m sure there are other factors involved in each chain’s speed, too.