It's Chick-fil-a, always busy, always fast-paced, always stressful. It might be the particular store that I worked at, but the management could be dodgy, the kitchen was small and under-equipped for how much food was served, and maintaining a work force was hard. At one point we had 12 people who worked in the back of house, kitchen manager and shift leaders included.
It was a friendly environment, people were mostly good to each other, but dealing with constant problems ranging from low staff numbers to daily miss ordering of product and supplies, to a kitchen filled with old equipment, and workers who would skip out on parts of their job made it too stressful to continue working there.
Free lunches, lots of hours, job security if you can handle the pace
30 minute breaks for 11 hour shifts, almost always packed and busy.