Cahokia >Rally's Hamburgers
OH HOLY F*CK WHAT A SH*THOLE! CAHOKIA IS THE WORST EVER!.
This was the fifth drive through I went to on my quest for some caloric intake.
Every drive through has been populated with people who can barely speak english... this one is no different. I half expected a reeses monkey to be at the window when I drove up.
I placed my order and waited 20 minutes in a drive through that I would have chewed my leg off to get out of.
I recieved a regular coke instead of a diet, much to the chagrin of my diabetic pancreas, and exchanged it and drove away, after my 20 minute wait.
The FISH SANDWICH was a HUGE MISTAKE. I reckon it was a realllllllllllly bad case of freezer burn, with an inexperienced cook... it was the texture of SHOE LEATHER... the fries were clammy and chewy. The Burger was passable.
Cahokia... you are a SH*T HOLE... and every one that I came in contact there had the appearance and banter of a crack head... I would smoke crack if I lived there... this is the worst place around.... avoid cahokia... it will suck the marrow from your bones.
Truth in advertisement. Their slogan is "you gotta eat"... so if I were in the middle of, let's say, a VAST DESERT, and was dying of thirst and hunger, and low and behold a RALLY's came into view, with a little inner turmoil I MIGHT be forced to order something... "YOU GOTTA EAT"... is as stupid a slogan as the people who one might see in the drive through of a RALLY's... people who may not know how to procure food of their own, and may be starving in an urban jungle... people who say out loud "hey, I GOTTA EAT"... as if this had some perverse relevance... "Da's RIGHT YOU GODDA EAT MUFFUKKA!".. "Da's RIGHT"! RALLY's! "MUFFUKKA GOT's DA EAT!"
Classic hamburgers and batter-dipped fries attract fast-food fans to this drive-through restaurant..
Founded in the south in the 1980s, this chain is based on the idea of offering good food and drive-through convenience. Hamburger options include a basic single-patty burger and the two-patty Big Buford. There menu also features chili dogs, chicken strips, chicken sandwiches, batter-dipped spicy fries and shakes. The red-and-white restaurants are known for having two drive-through windows and no interior seating. However, many locations offer walk-up windows and outside seating at picnic-style tables.
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