In a word: Midwestern comfort food, Speedy Service style.
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Allen ate the bacon double cheeseburger with onion rings and cheese curds.
David ate the double cheeseburger with cheese curds.
JM ate the State Fair basket (Johnsonville brat w/sauerkraut and cheese curds) and a hot fudge sundae.
Liz ate the turkey BLT with fries.
Nichole accidentally ate the turkey BLT with fries, too, but also had a single scoop dish of chocolate custard.
The bill was about $35, or $7/person.
Allen gave Culver's an A; JM, Liz, and Nichole gave Culver's an A-; David gave Culver's a B+ (see our grading rubric).
So far, Culver's has never let us down when we're willing to indulge in some seriously American food. Allen summed it up for most of us: "I'll be back for more butter-fried goodness sooner rather than later." Liz described her sandwich as "tasty, as usual," and JM's brat was excellent though it fell apart.
You knew about the Butterburgers®, but did you know Culver's supports biodiesel research? They also throw a mean staff party - in the interest of full disclosure, we used to room with a Culver's manager and dearly miss the
pintsperks that entailed. Hence, we're a bit partial.
Nichole is disappointed that Culver's has started making their lemon cooler desserts with Splenda instead of sugar, but the move is understandable from a marketing perspective. It has, however, forced her onto the harder stuff. Their chocolate custard has no equal.