5. Burger King
The home of the Whopper got its start in 1953 and provided quality service everyone loved. The burgers were made in front of you, they were deliciously broiled, and they cost only a few cents. Now that's fast food.
6. White Castle
White Castle got its start in the early 1920s selling mostly burgers, fries, and drinks. It only costed 10 cents for a hamburger and fries!
Now the menu is completely different, and it doesn't include a juke box player. Instead you'll find chicken, fish sliders, mozzarella sticks, and onion rings.
7. Taco Bell
One of the first Taco Bell menus was simple, cheap, and arguably more delicious. There is too much happening on the fast food chain's menu now, but their original taco's have always been everyone's favorite.
Before it was Subway, Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck opened their first submarine shop called Pete's Subway in 1965. They sold hundreds of sandwiches, that ranged from as low as 50-70 cents, at one time. That menu looks good, but the variety of options they offer today is nice.
9. Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut was the definition of perfection when it first opened in 1958. One of the first menus featured pizza for less than $2 and beer. It really can't get any better than that.
10. Dairy Queen
Diary Queen was all about dairy when it first opened in 1940, but now the menu consists of a lot of hamburgers, chicken, and fries. A small kids cone right now is at least $2, while back then the biggest cone costed only 5 cents. Times have changed!
If you like reading the original menus of some of your favorite fast food chains, check out "15 Original Locations Of Your Favorite Fast Food Chains And The Crazy Story Behind Their Success."
If you traveled back in time, which fast food chain would you go to first?