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It's year two of Salut! — a three-week love letter to all things food and wine — and things are off to a fantastic start with Quick Service Restaurant Week. Customers are queuing up at their favourite fast food chains from Burger and Tastee to such smaller culinary enterprises as Bad Dawg Sausages and Wata Ice, both at Devon House, to enjoy the guilty pleasure tastes of smoothies, hot dogs, burgers and patties.
Thursday Food shares fast food scenes.
Campion College student Christopher Martin, a frequent
customer at Island Grill, loves their BBQ chicken and
festival, while sister Sarah Martin, who attends
Immaculate Conception opts for the BBQ chicken and fries.
From left: Ashley Kidd and her elder siblings Kimberly and Justin are
Wendy's regulars. Justin and Kimberly like the cheeseburger while
Ashley says her favourite is usually the fries by itself but today, she
felt like a baked potato with cheese.
The Grant family visit Wendy's at least three times per month because it's the children's
favourite place to eat. Thursday Food snapped the family: Neil Grant (left), his son Matthew
(second left), wife Khadine, and son Tyler ahead of their meal. Matthew told us his favourite
meal is the bacon burger while Tyler prefers fries with chicken nuggets.
Findlay bites into a
Bad Dawg sausage
with all the frills.
Left: Bad Dawg
Tracey prepares the
popular pork sausage
at Devon House.
Business at the
historic location, he
tells Thursday Food,
University of the West Indies
student Aaron Gayle bites into his
Burger King meal. “It's my
favourite fast-food place.”
Yanique Frazer raises her
Mother's Power Patty to her
lips for a bite.
Wata Ice's Caesar vegetable
wrap served with French fries
and vanilla chocolate milkshake.
Annmarie Brown, a technical engagement specialist at Accent
Marketing, adds ketchup and mayonnaise to her French fries at
Burger King. “ I have lunch at Burger King every day,” Brown tells us.
“For me, the food is appetising and well cooked.”
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