January 26 shall be known as the day the taco shell changed forever, or at least the day Taco Bell started folding up fried chicken patties and calling it a Naked Chicken Chalupa.
There is a place that is both before and beyond bacon, and Arby’s dares take us there, at least for a limited time. Whatever other plans Snacktaku had this week died at the feet of Arby’s Smokehouse Pork Belly sandwich.
Looking to stay competitive with gas stations, baseball stadiums and guys with dirty food carts, Burger King today became the biggest restaurant-based seller of hot dogs in the nation. But who goes to a restaurant for a regular hot dog? Aside from me, I mean.
This week Taco Bell unveiled its biggest new fake Mexican food product since the Doritos Locos Tacos. What better place to try it than the world’s biggest city with “New” in the name?
Behold, Men Macho Ramen. It’s not Japan’s best ramen establishments, but as far as over-the-top noodle restaurants go, this is the over-the-toppiest!
No, no. Not every burger restaurant in Japan is like this. Too bad, huh?
The year 2014 is nearly behind us, soon to be nothing more than a series of memories of the things we've eaten, places we've eaten and people we've watched eat. Join us as Snacktaku looks back at the year inside the world's stomachs.
As far as unusual fast food chains go, they don't get more unusual than Lotteria. And thus, we have this, a burger mouse.
We've seen beyond the greasy curtain of fast food and discovered how KFC actually makes fried chicken from the raw animal to the final product that gets put into buckets and double downs at their stores. It's basically like how your grandma would do it—except they use an infernal magic machine called "pressure…
Today in Japan and today only, fastfood chain Lotteria is bringing back its five-patty Tower Cheese Burger for a mere 500 yen (US$4.66). That's a good deal for all the burger—and cheese—you get.
There is no disappointment as widespread and meekly accepted as the true appearance of fast food versus advertising glamour shots. As MediocreFilms proves in this hidden camera video, it doesn't have to be that way.
Magneto is one of four X-Men: Days of Future Past kids meal toys available at Carl's Jr. See closeups of the rest of the toys below:
Some folk like to joke about how beards come in handy when it comes to food, as facial hair can act as storage (eww, I know)...but this is something else entirely. Incredibeard isn't using his beard for storage, but as a bowl.
Did you really think I'd let July 29 go by without a review of the most exciting fast food item to hit the market since something really exciting I can't think of right now? I sure didn't.
They're trying to keep it a secret, and it's much more fun and childish to imagine every beeped word in this video is "penis", but the cat is out of the bag — Popeyes Chicken Waffle Tenders arrive July 29.
In Northeastern China, a McDonald's restaurant served a customer detergent instead of Coke.
From now mid-April, Wendy's is serving up kids meals with five separate toys to celebrate Pac-Man's 30th anniversary. One of them is "Pac-Man Tag." Hey ....
Electronic Arts and Yum! Brands are thick as thieves. Last year we had some kind of Kentucky Madden Super Fried Smack Pack meal; this year, sibling fastfood hut Taco Bell is handing out free discs for the Sims' Wii franchise.