Best Canadian Fast Food ChainsThis list compiles the fast food chains in Canada that us Canadians love the most.
There might not be a single Canadian that dislikes this chain. You wait and see, U.S.A. , you'll soon understand the love we have for this place.
This is EPIC! I love it so much and it's way better than Starbucks, where you have to pay so much for the same thing, but better at Tim Hortons
Love it more than anything else
Their food isn't greasy like the rest. They are fast with their service and Canadian
True true. Every time I go to Canada, I get myself a big case of Timbits and Ice Capps. Though I hear they're coming to New York!
Ever in the States, look up the few locations and travel to the few areas that offer Dog-in-Suds still, you might like that experience greatly. Though some locations may be your typical newer layouts so check! Now, if you have an older car what those huge gaps when trays could be brought to you and hooked on the outside of your door? Though, I'm not sure if they still do that? In the 1960s we had both and both were great! Sadly I could spend a day listing all the local and regional chains that were fantastic but now are gone! Still others are around, just not close enough in our area anymore! Funny though we have the only Wienerschnitzel east of the Mississippi! Next closest, Texas! Also, you might enjoy a south of Chicagoland favorite called Boz hot dogs, not known for their drinks. Most of us call it Bozo's because of the round clown face that looks like an O filled in and is part of the name! They add celery salt to there Chicago dogs, also ask for ketchup if you care for it. ...more
How is this not number one! It's tasty and way better than Mc Donald's. The baby burgers are so good. There new Call of Duty burger is so good! It's purely Newfoundland Call of Duty, unlike Mc D's it's really wild caught! In America, a&w is just root beer. In Canada it's both rootbeer made by real cane sugar, and tasty Alberta beef burgers! (The only thing is that the A&W rootbeer in USA is made with vanilla and I actually like it).
Not a lot of people really know that A&W Canada is a completely separate company from the American A&W. They were once part of one company but split sometime during the later part of the last century. All I know now is that we had "The Great Root Bear" and "The Burger Family" (Papa Burger, etc... ) first and the U.S. company borrowed them from us.
By far the best burgers. I usually buy a Teen Burger and fries with the best pop in the world (Root Beer) in a chilled mug.
They say "Harvey's makes your hamburger a beautiful thing", and we aren't disagreeing one bit.
Me and my family go to Harvey's all the time and we can't get enough!
Harvey's a great fast food chain. It's my favorite fast food chain.
Man, I'd sure love to move to Canada after reading this list.
There's no comparison when they are using this much bigger fresh product compared to the other guys little obviously frozen pieces. You can feed your whole family a lot cheaper and with better food than the burger joints!
I've been loving and enjoying Mary Brown's since the 1970's. By far the best chicken I have eaten in my life. Keep up the good work making the best chicken ever. I especially love that it's a Canadian owned business.
By far this brand has a much more superior product compared to other brands with similar offerings. Always fresh and larger portions.
Excellent addition to their menu the all new Mary Brown's burger..it's the best that I have tasted and priced very reasonably. I personally liked spicy more than the regular one
The oddest things about NYF is how it's claim to fame is its poutine which isn't even from New York (or the U.S. for that matter). The great and mighty Canadian poutine remains as an essential part of every balanced Canadian diet (not really) and is truly a national treasure. Seriously, U.S. , give this stuff a try.
Whenever I see a candidate has McDonald's training, I always interview them. And to be honest, usually more them because they have been trained properly!
McDonald's isn't Canadian, it's American. Good fast food place, but still.
McDonald's shouldn't even be on this list.
I mean...it's McDonald's. Speaks for itself
Known also by its former official name, 'Mr. Submarine', Mr. Sub manages to survive against the colossal sandwich giant, Subway, and keeps its Canadian customers happy with good food and fair prices.
Like a better, Canadian subway.
If Pizza Pizza ever lowered their prices I would be a much more frequent customer. For me, if you can make pizza with excellent crust you've won me over and this place certainly has. This chain's existence kept the Canadian branch of Little Caesars Pizza from using the line as their catchphrase. Instead they simply use the line "Hot 'N Ready! " in their television ads.
Love their pepperoni especially, should definitely order that more often. Only concern is that it's kinda pricey. Really good food but you're gonna need much more than $20 if you're gonna order from this place.
They have nice pizza but I wouldn't recommend any more food from this place. It's just disgusting, except pizza.
They have it in America
There are a lot of these around the Greater Toronto Area and boy, are their burgers ever tasty. Beats McD's any day.
Not even from Canada but I ate here about 10,000 times and counting. Some of the best burgers in my city
It is the best!
Best burgers and have great selection of drinks! Deserves number 1.
Only been there a handful of times. Sadly, this type of fast food chain seems to struggle to reach popularity and familiarity. If there were more locations I'd go to them more. Sure is healthier.
Very healthy options. Something for everyones taste preferences. Smoothies are awesome! So is the service, very clean place!
Great selection, healthy fast food.
Pitas are always solid
Share me the Way to move Canada.
3 years of experience as manager
One of Canada's most loved desert chains, they strive on making sure that each customer comes out feeling way more fat then they are used to.
Pam and Grant Hooker begin serving BeaverTails pastries in 1978 at the Killaloe Fair, west of Ottawa, Ontario. Soon after, in the late 70s and early 80s, stores were popping up left and right
Fried pieces of heaven.
Best ice cream anywhere
I would eat this for the rest of my life without complaining or getting sick of it, it is so delicious!
Consistent good burgers, Huge! Share the small fries! Nice staff!