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The objective of the browser game is to serve the food to the people that ordered them. You must make the food in the way that the people wanted them or they will reject it. Try not to burn the burgers. Have Fun!
Do you like to play with food, and also to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Burger Restaurant browser game right now. Am I right? ;)
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Five Guys Burgers is the fastest-growing restaurant chain in the U.S., which has doubled its number of stores since 2009. The private burger chain has more than stores open in the U.S. and Canada, and are committed to double that number. Five Guys rules what's known as the "better burger" dining category (hamburgers in the $8 range) of fast-casual restaurants. Five Guys does have its share of real potential problems. "Everything has moved so fast," says franchisee Horton. With companies like Shake Shack and Smashburger on the scene, "it's become a much more competitive business." Even Five Guys' own restaurants are beginning to compete amongst themselves.
Fast-food restaurants that primarily serve hamburgers and related food items. s a specific type of restaurant characterized both by its fast food cuisine and by minimal table service. Food served in fast food restaurants typically caters to a "meat-sweet diet" and is offered from a limited menu; is cooked in bulk in advance and kept hot; is finished and packaged to order; and is usually available ready to take away, though seating may be provided. Fast food restaurants are typically part of a restaurant chain or franchise operation, which provisions standardized ingredients and/or partially prepared foods and supplies to each restaurant through controlled supply channels. Some historians and secondary school textbooks concur that A&W, which opened in 1919 and began franchising in 1921, was the first fast food restaurant (E. Tavares). Thus, the American company White Castle is generally credited with opening the second fast-food outlet in Wichita, Kansas in 1921, selling hamburgers for five cents apiece from its inception and spawning numerous competitors and emulators. What is certain, however, is that White Castle made the first significant effort to standardize the food production in, look of, and operation of fast-food hamburger restaurants. William Ingram's and Walter Anderson's White Castle System created the first fast food supply chain to provide meat, buns, paper goods, and other supplies to their restaurants, pioneered the concept of the multistate hamburger restaurant chain, standardized the look and construction of the restaurants themselves, and even developed a construction division that manufactured and built the chain's prefabricated restaurant buildings. The McDonalds' Speedee Service System and, much later, Ray Kroc's McDonald's outlets and Hamburger University all built on principles, systems and practices that White Castle had already established between 1923 and 1932.