With Plated Dishes, These Brands are Fine While Fast
The concept of serving an entrée that includes at least one side dish—perhaps a starch or vegetable—has long been part of dining tradition. Think of steak with a baked potato or grilled salmon accompanied by fresh green beans.
These plated meals were copied to a degree by quick-service eateries in their combination meals, such as a burger or other sandwich with fries. With fast-casual restaurants, the primary item—like a burrito or a bowl—often has starches and veggies mixed in.