Is it true that one of the best things about fast food restaurants is that you get your food quickly?
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A recent analysis published by QSR Magazine revealed which fast food restaurants have the quickest and slowest drive-through times. Here are a few restaurants to avoid if you’re searching for decent meals served swiftly.
Here are the five drive-thrus with the slowest service.
Approximately 266 seconds pass from the time an order is placed and when it is delivered to the consumer. You may customize your whopper, but you may have to wait nearly 4 minutes and 45 seconds.
4. Hardee’s – From the moment an order is made at the drive-thru to the time it is served to the customer, the average wait time at Hardee’s is approximately 4 minutes and 53 seconds. Instead of recruiting celebrity spokesmen for their advertisements, perhaps they could hire quick drive-thru employees.
Thirdly, Wendy’s – Wendy’s, known for its baconator and square patties, is the third slowest drive-thru. From start to end, a typical order takes approximately 4 minutes and 58 seconds.
McDonald’s – The most well-known fast food restaurant in the world receives a large number of orders daily, which may be the reason they are ranked second-to-last. Sales of billions of hamburgers result in lengthy lines and sluggish service. The average time for a drive-thru order to be completed is approximately 5 minutes and 12 seconds.
The slowest drive-through may shock you.
First, Chick-fil-A – It may be their delight to serve you, but they also possess a touch of southern moseying. From start to end, the average order takes approximately 5 minutes and 41 seconds.
On the other hand, the establishment with the quickest drive-through is Taco Bell. A typical drive-thru order takes approximately 4 minutes and eight seconds.