A Ranking of the World's Finest Fast Food Burgers 

Fast food fans have an abundance of tantalizing new options to try, but nothing beats the satisfaction of a well-cooked burger.   

With an eye toward the chains that prioritize using only the finest ingredients and time-honored methods,  

we have compiled a list of the top burgers from across the years to finally put an end to the controversy. 

Almost as many Burger Chef restaurants existed as there are now, making Burger Chef the number two burger chain in the United States.  

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The fast food behemoth first sold a hamburger, fries, and a drink as a combo in 1954 when it established its first location in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

The Big Shef, a double flame-cooked beef patty topped with American cheese, lettuce, and Burger Chef's secret sauce, was the chain's most popular and iconic dish (up until its 1996 bankruptcy). 

In 1981, Hardee's acquired Burger Chef. In 2001, 2007, and 2014, for short periods, the Big Shef burger was brought back to life at certain locations in the Midwest. 

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