The fast food industry is a field that has grown extraordinarily throughout the years since its advent in the 1860s with a dish called fish and chips, a popular meal that originated in England. It is an industry that is incredibly competitive, and one of the few places where they get to see the satisfaction in the faces of their customers first hand. From the moment the food is served to finishing their meal and walking out the door, the smile and joy that they see can actually be worth more than a few bucks in both a figurative and literal manner.
This industry can also be unforgiving, for they not only create and serve food, but they also have the tendency to devour their competitors. Only a few of the many companies or restaurants that have ever entered the industry still remain, and even fewer are those that have achieved success. These businesses have expanded not only in their respective country, but beyond their borders as well; serving other cultures their brand of quality fast food. That being said, here are some more fast food companies that have remained on top of the food chain in Asia.
Yoshinoya is Japanese fast food chain whose specialty lies in their gyudon, which literally translates to English as beef bowl. The restaurant’s motto is "Tasty, low-priced, and quick". Aside from their gyudon, they also serve some of the usual Japanese dishes like sushi, ramen, tonkatsu, chicken teriyaki, tempura, as well as bento meal combos.