Discover Restaurants offering the best Fast Food food in Johnston, Iowa, United States. Johnston is a city in Polk County, Iowa, United States. The population was 17,278 in the 2010 census, an increase of almost 100% from the 8,649 population in the 2000 census. It is part of the Des Moines–West Des Moines Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Johnston
4 based on 21 reviews
Staying at the nearby TownePlace Suites and have eaten here twice now. Tried the portobello mushroom sub and the buffalo chicken sub (pic attached). They toast their subs which really brings out the flavors. The service was friendly and fairly fast. Prices a little higher than the competition but overall quality is better as well. Highly recommended.
4 based on 44 reviews
We came here after seeing the chicken tender ads on TV to check for ourselves. We got the values baskets, one, a chicken tender and the other, a Reuben. See pics. They come with fries and medium drink. Both were very good, fresh and piping hot. You order at the counter here and they cook it to order and bring it to your table. This Culver's had been remodeled since we were last here and it's warm and inviting. Very family friendly. Friendly staff. Clean. Prices are just a bit above a McDonald's, but the food is quite a bit better. And this one is located right off I35/80. Marcydiner tantrum scale of 5/5-no screaming kids.
Looking for a cost-effective yet healthy dining choice, I often find myself at a Subway Restaurant. This one in an strip mall near Meredith Drive on 86th in Urbandale has got to be one of the best ones I regularly stop at. It is spacious and well-lighted. The staff is young and enthusiastic and anxious to server their customers as best as possible.
4 based on 11 reviews
The owners of tamales industry take great pride in the product they are selling. The tamales literally start from dried corn. The corn is milled, soaked, made into masa (corn flour), filled with your choice of meat, and finished in the traditional corn husk. The process takes 12 hours according to them. Be advised; because of the lengthy, labor intensive process you'll run into some foibles. Once they run out for the day, they're out. Period. Second, the price can seem a bit steep. But considering the labor intensive process, it's about par in my book. I inhaled my meal. The tamales are delish! Honestly think the one's I used to buy from the Mexicans in the grocery store parking lot as a kid were better. But these are great, and worth your try.
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