Golden Corral is the perfect example of “sometimes less is more.” This chain overloads their buffets with quantities of food significantly larger than the audiences that the chain brings in. Additionally, in order to make a profit off of their $10.99 buffet deal, Golden Corral has to keep its standards for quality of food pretty low.
Not to be confused with its sister restaurant, Carl’s Junior, Hardees serves up some of the biggest (and nastiest) fast-food hamburgers that you can find on the market. Nothing screams “the American diet” louder than a ½ pound cheeseburger with a hot dog, potato chips, and bacon smashed in between it. Hardees should be your last resort for truck-stop eats, like please, go anywhere else.