Some of us in the working world today really have no time to eat. I know it sounds horrendous to the average person, but there are people out there with jobs that simply do not allow them to just waltz into an eatery during lunch time, choose their food, try something new and relax over a cool drink on a hot afternoon, talking about office politics and what to wear for the next retreat.
Some people have international clients with conflicting time zones waiting for conference calls, some people have piles of work so high, it would be impossible to finish it within this century, some of us are on the move so much, the office has become the inside of a vehicle. This is where fast food restaurants come into the picture. When they were first invented, there were actually offering a service, a new sort of eating experience targeted to those who simply could not wait twenty minutes for their food and had a shoe string budget when it came down to their dining experience.
The brilliant thing about fast food was that it was really fast – sometimes even less than a few minutes can orders be filled and mouths )and stomachs) be full. I call these restaurants – angels of the quick, the easy and definitely the delicious. Nothing hits the spot like a double cheeseburger or even a Zinger from KFC sometimes and people don’t always go there because they cannot wait for their food. Back to the busy professional. The fast food restaurant is like a godsend to these people because of the fact that they now can pop in, wait in line, order their food and be out their door – all the while on a conference call or sorting out business on their PDA.
And fast food restaurants do not skimp on their meals either, for less than $7 – 8, you can get a full meal with all the trimmings you can expect. For those who are stuck in the office and are weighed down by their work – these restaurants now give you the option of ordering in. All you have to do is dial a number, make your purchase and wait. You can even pay by credit card and remove the hassle of having to find cash when the delivery guy comes. It has become a seamless eating experience from start to finish.
The choices are quite large and varied in Singapore when it comes to fast food restaurants. You have the traditional McDonalds, KFC, Pizza hut – but you have also local and other international chains like Wendy’s, Spizza, Delifrance – you will not be left limited and struggling to choose when you your hunger pangs attack and you need a quick bite. They are also located all over the island so finding one is really no problem. Fast food restaurants in Singapore will give you what you need and in a fraction of the time you need it.