The Krystal Restaurant website lists each of its menu items in PDF format alongside nutritional information such as calories, calories from fat, total fat, total saturated fat and cholesterol. Additionally, it lists the sodium content of menu items along with their carbohydrates, dietary fiber, sugar and protein. Vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron and taurine contents are also listed. The list contains allergens and caffeine content as well.
Site visitors to Krystal.com can access information about breakfast foods such as the Sausage Gravy Scrambler, which contains 630 calories, 370 of which are from fat. The Scrambler has 41 total grams of fat and 1,650 of sodium. Grits, a leaner breakfast item, has 160 calories, 2 grams of fat and 4 grams of protein. Lunch and dinner items such as chili pups and crispy chicken salads are also included. The nutritional information features beverages and condiments as well.
None of Krystal’s food items are certified as vegetarian, and the site notes that fried products may be cooked using shared frying oil. Krystal’s nutritional information is derived from an independent lab and is combined with values from Krystal food suppliers, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other databases. The first Krystal Restaurant opened in 1932 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The restaurant is noted for items that are hot-off-the-grill with distinctive shapes and sizes.