Zagat Survey rates Wendy’s as nation’s top fast-food chain

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The chain that claims it’s "way better than fast food" did better than its competitors in a new survey. Wendy’s has been named the top fast-food chain by restaurant guide publisher Zagat.

The burger restaurants based in the Columbus suburb of Dublin, Ohio, were rated

No. 1 overall, followed by Subway, McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King. Wendy’s also ranked first in the last Zagat fast-food survey two years ago.

Zagat Survey CEO Tim Zagat says the chains that fared best offer a lot of value to diners, which he says is more important than ever in the current economy.

Wendy’s is part of Atlanta-based Wendy’s/Arby’s Group Inc.


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