Fast Food is a term for a type of restaurant with a more-or-less standardized menu that serves food quickly. The trend began in countries like the North American League and the Federated Kingdoms and Louisianne as well as elsewhere during the 1960s and 1970s. During the 1990s these establishments increasingly doubled as cinemas, offering a limited menu for rooms where there would be constant showings of movies (and sometimes television shows) on Video Disks at reduced prices. This delays the release of certain films on VDs for the general public, however.
Fast Food restaurants generally have an eye-catching and/or amusing name. In the NAL, this sometimes reflects the extreme cultural diversity of that country. Some examples: