Discover Restaurants offering the best Fast Food food in Simpsonville, South Carolina, United States. Simpsonville is a city in Greenville County, South Carolina, United States. It is part of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18,238 at the 2010 census, up from 14,352 in 2000. The population had risen to an estimated 20,736 as of 2015. Simpsonville is part of the "Golden Strip", along with Mauldin and Fountain Inn, an area which is noted for having low unemployment due to a diversity of industries including Para-Chem, Kemet, Sealed Air and Milliken.
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I stopped here to eat because it was in the Lowes parking lot and I was driving a vehicle that kept me from stopping at most restaurants because of the size. The price was crazy for a hot dot. I got the 2 hot dog, chips and drink special for $7. Afterwards I figured it wasn't so special when 1 hot dog cost $2.75. So thats $5.50 for hot dogs, leaving $1.50 for a water and chips. Not to special. The hot dogs were mediocre at best. Seemed to be just a normal nasty wiener, not all beef. For $7 I should have ate at the Cracker Barrel next door.
The veggies are bagged except for 3 kinds. Bread is sent frozen and to just get cut and placed in heating oven. Meatballs overcooked or been on heat for a long period of time.
3 based on 32 reviews
The pizza was not cooked well at all. The crust was the worst I think I have ever tasted and that is saying a lot. The only reason I am giving it 2 stars was that the chicken wings were good. I will never go back to this location. I was here on vacation with my family and this Pizza Hut did not make this a better vacation.
3 based on 20 reviews
Went to Waffle House because most establishments in Simpsonville apparently close earlier. At first it was as if we were not there. Finally a waitress cleared a table and eventually took our order. The food was very good--no complaints there. Not sure if we would stop there again.
Great food but the service is slow. Everything from getting a table (when multiple tables were unoccupied) to having someone initially come wait on you, and also follow up service. I enjoy the food but not sure the hassle of slow service is worth it.
Stopped in for a sub after all the hype about Firehouse Subs.Never again. Got the Italian. It was so soggy I could hardly pick it up...way too much Italian dressing. The meat was far too little and laid on one side of the bread and far from the ends.Somebody needs to look at the picture in the tv ads.The price was so high I could have gotten twice as much for my money at Milanoâs.I say it again...NEVER AGAIN.John, we are deeply sorry to hear that your recent visit resulted in a dis-satisfactory experience. A big part of our mission is to carry on our commitment to and passion for hearty and flavorful food and heartfelt service. Weâre disappointed to hear you did not receive that and will ensure your comments are passed along to the owner to review. We hope you give us another chance to make you a fan. Thank you for providing your invaluable feedback! Tiffany/Guest Services
At Jersey Mikeâs, we offer a sub above â one thatâs measured in more than inches or seconds âtil served. We carefully consider every aspect of what we do â every slice, every sandwich, every store â we provide our customers with sustenance and substance t
Thrie subs always seem fresher then most other sub shops. I like the softer rolls with a wide choice is ingredients. My only complaint is that they don't open early enough.
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