Worth it!. Although I have been to a better Hardees in Ohio, this Hardees is nothing to put your nose up at. The service is great. They have messed up on my order one time and given me fries instead of onion rings, but they instantly apologized and quickly brought out my onion rings. They are quick, and the food presentation is superb. They also take special orders for my picky 3 year old. What more could I ask? Check them out, they are one of the few fast food places on Hampton Blvd that is worth your time.
I decided to try out Hardee's since it was close to the base, and there is no Carl's Jr. on the East Coast. Big mistake. The service here was very mediocre. The staff was not friendly at all, and the person taking the drive-through orders didn't even ask what drink to go with the combo. I had to specify that I wanted something other than Coke. Even then, they don't have some of the drink items they have listed on the menu such as the Hi-C.
The food was practically shoved out the window. The fries were soggy and lukewarm. At least the sandwich (I had the chicken parmesan) was hot and tasted normal and that the ketchup and napkins were already included. Overall, I would not recommend this location of Hardee's to anyone; either find another Hardee's somewhere else, or go to a different fast-food place in the same area.
Signatures of this fast-food breakfast and burger chain include Made from Scratch Biscuits and the Thickburger..
The first Hardee's opened as a walk-up burger restaurant in 1960 in Greenville, N.C. Today, the fast-food chain has locations across the United States and is spreading internationally. Big, beefy burgers--like the 1/3 pound Thickburger--are the stars, along with sides like fries, coleslaw, mashed potatoes and fried chicken. Breakfast offerings range from Made From Scratch Biscuits to Big Country Platters: biscuit, pancake, eggs, hash rounds and choice of bacon, ham or sausage.