The Chuck Wagon restaurant was built in 1970 by Darrell Smith. It was one of several "Chuck Wagon" restaurants in the metro east area. All of those ... More
Chuck Wagon Restaurant
The Chuck Wagon restaurant was built in 1970 by Darrell Smith. It was one of several "Chuck Wagon" restaurants in the metro east area. All of those eateries had the name Bert's Chuck Wagon. Even though Darrell offered the same menu as other "Chuck Wagon" restaurants, he chose not to put the name Bert's upon his establishment. Thus, it has always been The Chuck Wagon, which comes as a great surprise to most regular customers, for they know it as "Bert's". you're a long-time patron or a new customer, the goal is to serve you delicious food... quickly... and at a reasonable price. After all, The Chuck Wagon family wants you to return again and again.
This was the most disgusting restaurant meal I ve ever had. Lets start with the easiest part not to screw up; the beans. They were from a can. They were dried out enough to stay up in a baseball sized mound on my plate. Next, the rice. The rice was obviously an add a packet, chili powder flavored, disaster. It was however not over cook or dry to my astonishment. I m not sure if the flavorless mealy textured white beef was in fact beef, or a soy protein product. These flavorless protein particles, were then soaked in the same thin pink flavorless sauce they serve as a tamale sauce. The tamale was in fact good. It seemed to be the only item made from scratch. My child s hot-dog was so old and dried out that the skin was wrinkly and look like beef jerky. I saw her scraping the middle out with her teeth, because the exterior casing was too tough for her teeth to tear through. Last but not least the nachos . Throwing cheddar cheese on broken halves of a taco shell is what you do when you are out of food,not an item you pay $2.69 for. All of these other comments must be from the owners trying to trick unsuspecting customers.
I used to love this place when I was growing up and as a teenager!!! (I no longer live close by.) You HAVE to try their nachoes . . . totally yummy. This is the place to go if you want great Tex-Mex for a great price. The atmosphere is nothing to write home about, but everything else is! I'm hoping to make a trip back that way again soon!!
This is a great place for Tex-Mex food! Not too spicy, always delicious and very inexpensive! The same family has run this place for over 30 years. The atmosphere is very quaint. I often find the owner in the back cooking and his wife serving food. The enchiladas are the best I've ever had and the BBQ pork sandwiches are great too! Bring an empty stomach but don't worry about a full wallet, you won't need it!
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