What to order: While the original chicken sandwich is great, the real winner on the menu is an order of the eight-piece nuggets, which is only $.10 more ($3.99). And because Chick-fil-A has some of the best sauces in the fast-food game, you'd be a real dummy if you didn't dip those precious nuggets into the BBQ sauce, original Chick-fil-A sauce, and Polynesian sauce. Pair 'em with the waffle potato fries for another $1.99, and you've got a solid lunch or dinner. Except for on Sundays.
What to order: Starbucks wants you to buy its sandwiches. And so do we, with one caveat. If it looks like a bread-based masterpiece you’d want to eat for lunch or dinner, put down your credit card and slowly back away from the refrigerated case. Instead, focus on the breakfast sandwiches -- those suckers are all around $4 before tax -- and they’re served all dang day and night. Sure, the Sausage, Cheddar, & Egg has more calories than the other sandwiches, but don’t order a Mickey D’s staple from Starbucks. Instead, the Bacon, Gouda, & Egg Breakfast Sandwich is the winner at a reasonable $3.95. And if you’re gonna go to Starbucks, you might as well get some cheap Iced Coffee (or hot brew… but we like it cold!) for just $1.95. Make sure you download its Rewards app: all refills on plain brewed coffee/tea are free when you dine-in.
What to order: The $5 footlong is dead! Long live the $5 footlong! Ever since Subway scrapped its signature deal, people looking for a quick sandwich for cheap have never been the same emotionally (or financially). Still, the sandwiches remain quite affordable: We recommend ordering the six inch Italian B.M.T. (Genoa salami, spicy pepperoni, Black Forest ham) on rye bread ($4.69) with a bag of Doritos ($1.29). And don't forget to top that sucker with any fixins you want -- unlike other sub shops (*cough* Jimmy John's *cough*) -- it's all free.
Us and all our friends fell in love Pest and can't wait to go back there. We didn't see any drug dealers either (even in the places you'd expect in District VII) but like any city they will be there. My best mate lived in Pest for a few years until last year and he says there's much less of a drugs culture than over here. Taxis are notoriously dodgy in Budapest, like a lot of European cities. Apart from basic overcharging it's been known for people to get their change back in another currency (Indonesian notes or something equally worthless) or get ripped off in other ways. Thankfully there's no real need to use them as the public transport system is absolutely brilliant, and cheap too - buses, trams, metro and trolley bus, it's a really extensive and efficient network.. If you really must get a taxi for some reason then download Taxify and use that - it works in the same way as Uber (except you can either pay by card on your account or in cash) and you won' get ripped off. Tonnes of stuff - tripadvisor will give you more of an idea for the standard sightseeing stuff like St. Stephen's Basilica, Castle Hill etc but for family stuff we loved the Zugligeti Libego Chairlift, the Labyrinth caves, an amazing and unforgettable trip doing 360s and other stunts in a speedboat on the Danube with RedJet, Aquaworld, Margaret Island, thermal pools etc. For adults there is the House of terror, loads of amazing ruin bars and clubs, some great exhibitions, Xmas markets etc. Both the kids and adults loved the Pinball Museum - cheap to get in with absolutely loads of pinball tables and arcade games from the 50s to present day on freeplay.
We definitely wouldn’t make a habit of eating fast food all the time, but it’s fine in moderation. In fact, it’s delicious in moderation. And if ever there was a day to eat some fast food, today is that day. Tons of fast food restaurants across the country are offering big discounts or even freebies in celebration of National Fast Food Day. In this post, we’re going to show you all of the best deals available today so you can take full advantage.