Reviews on Fast Food food in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States. West Lafayette /ˌwɛst ˌlɑːfiˈɛt/ is a city in Wabash Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States, about 65 miles (105 km) northwest of the state capital of Indianapolis and 103 miles (166 km) southeast of Chicago. West Lafayette is directly across the Wabash River from its sister city, Lafayette. As of the 2016 census estimate, its population was 45,872. It is the most densely populated city in Indiana and is home to Purdue University.
Things to do in West Lafayette
We saw this place on DDD and decided to include it in our Purdue visit. Just as advertised--great root beer, excellent burger patties and delicious milk shakes. Not an atmosphere type place--mostly counter seating and a couple booths.
4 based on 95 reviews
Everything we've ever tried here is great! It's a treat to take the family & step back in time to a great drive in with excellent service.
Reasonable American Chinese food. Fast, easy on purse and always an expected standard. Its a good Panda Express franchisee as the chains go. Food is always hot.
4 based on 19 reviews
Freshly made tortilla shells and well-seasoned meats made this stop an excellent choice for a quick and filling dinner. Pile on the extras - top your burrito with enchilada sauce, add guac,, lettuce, sour cream , jalapeno and several other choices....Nothing here is overly hot/spicy. A cold Mexican beer would have made for an excellent meal. Nope, no alcohol served here.
4 based on 23 reviews
Come by your local Noodles & Company at 102 N. Chauncey Ave, , West Lafayette where its globally inspired dishes including noodles, soups and salads, come together to create a World Kitchen.
I enjoyed the Alfredo sauce with broccoli and chicken the last time I dined here. I have eaten here a couple of times and it smells great! If you love carbs this is the place!
4 based on 38 reviews
This last trip to our old stomping grounds had us craving the wonderful root beer and sandwiches we remembered when we lived here. We stopped here for a nostalgic lunch. The root beer was as good as we remembered...actually still the best we have ever had. But the sandwiches especially the foot long Coney dog was not. Maybe it is us and we have actually had great hot dogs now from the Chicago area but the dogs were soft and tasteless served on a stale bun. The Boilermaker sandwich was enjoyed.The service was well below average. The attitudes of the people taking orders and picking up the trays were not good. Even feeling the need to make negative comments which affected our attitudes about this place. As far as we are concerned we feel no need to repeat the yearning for nostalgia when you have people running the show now that do not care to keep this place special. We have not axe to grind but do not mind letting others know that the service we had here was poor. We understand YMMV and it might have been one bad apple spoiling our experience but it happened. We are unlikely return visitors at least to the West Lafayette branch of Dog N Suds.
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