- of or specializing in fast food.
Origin of fast-food
- food, as hamburgers, pizza, or fried chicken, that is prepared in quantity by a standardized method and can be dispensed quickly at inexpensive restaurants for eating there or elsewhere.
Origin of fast food
Examples from the Web for fast-food
Contemporary Examples of fast-food
It was one of the fast-food treats on the menu at an international conference for the Culinary Institute of America.Food for Thought
September 18, 2014
For years the need to push patties took the form of thin-cut ground beef served in fast-food joints and backyard barbecues.Have We Reached ‘Peak Burger’? The Crazy Fetishization of Our Most Basic Comfort Food
July 31, 2014
Fast-food workers are calling for nationwide strikes on Thursday to protest low wages.Big Labor’s Big Mac Attack
December 4, 2013
During the recession and the recovery, fast-food more than held its own because of its sheer cheapness.Burger King Introduces Big King to Taunt McDonald’s and Stagnating Overall Sales
November 6, 2013
Fast-food innovation is a favorite topic around these parts.Is America Out of Ideas?
August 27, 2013
- food that requires little preparation before being served
- (of a restaurant, café, etc) serving such food