Sunday, September 15, 2013

Culver's for chicken and concrete

Anthony and I grabbed some dinner last night at Culver's in Tucson on Broadway at Prudence.

Culver's is an odd restaurant for Tucson.  It's the only place I know of where you can get pork tenderloin and pot roast at a drive thru besides burgers and ice cream related food.  A vast majority of food offerings in Tucson are more west coast and Mexican related than Midwest.

We ended up at Culver's because Anthony didn't want what I refer to as "solid food", he wanted ice cream for dinner.  I can't have just ice cream, I'd be shitting like a goose.  Going to Culver's was a compromise.

He had a peanut butter chocolate Concrete, which is basically ice cream (although they refer to it as custard, apparently some slight variation of ice cream) and I had a chicken sandwich and onion rings.  I debated whether to try the pot roast sandwich (looking at the menu board it appears it is served on a bun) but it just seems like I'd be setting myself up for disappointment.  The chicken sandwich was okay, but tasted like it had been in fryer oil that had something else fried in it and the chicken taste didn't come though at all.

Anthony really liked his Concrete.  It was a good dinner overall..

Anthony's Concrete custard / ice cream thing at Culver's
I'll bet it looks the same when it comes out the other end.

Anthony and I were talking and I forgot to take a picture of my dinner at the beginning.
So, here's my half eaten chicken sandwich and onion rings.

This was above our table at Culver's.
This is what my hair looks like in the morning before I take a shower.