I don't usually write blog posts about chain restaurants, usually I will save Zomato for my thoughts on a visit to lets say Kelsey's or Montana's. When I visited Chuck's Roadhouse I discovered they were doing something totally different than the other guys, selling good food at good prices. I almost want to use the word 'cheap' but the taste of what they serve is far from cheap. Chuck's really has something good going on and I like it.
You can get a burger and fries for $5 or you could upgrade to a triple decker for only $11.89. The steaks have incredible prices too. A 7 oz top sirloin will run you $10 or if you are feeling hungry they have a 16 oz AAA bone-in Rib-eye steak for $19.99. The ribs are also priced incredibly well with a full rack of baby back ribs at $16.99. You can check out Chuck's full menu here: chucksroadhouse.com/menu/. They do have a goofy tax they call "The Honest to Goodness Fee". It will add an extra 3% to your bill but if that's the price of reasonably priced food so be it.
During my visit I ordered the 9 oz boneless Rib-eye steak, rare, with a side of fries. It was a decent sized portion and was cooked just the way I ordered it. Excellent for a steak with a $12.99 price tag. We also happened to visit on a Tuesday so you will see a gigantic beer in this photo, 32 oz domestic stein for $5, #YES.
The G.F. ordered the bacon cheese burger with fries. It was topped with fresh lettuce, tomato and onion, also a good portion for $8.89. She said it was a solid burger.
I had a little room left for dessert so I decided to give Chuck's one and only dessert item a try. The "Funnel of Love" is what they call it, funnel fries topped with icing sugar, strawberries, whipped cream, ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce. I can see why they only have one dessert because you would be hard pressed to choose something different.
I would definitely recommend trying out Chuck's Roadhouse next time you're going out to eat. Good service, good food and great prices that truly are hard to beat.