What a great place right on farmington ave! My wife and I went to Chevy's this past weekend and had such a wonderful experience, the decor in this place is 50's style with such a diverse menu. I started with the clam chowder which was about the best I ever had and my wife had the sweet potato fries which were served with a sweet maple syrup and powdered sugar----delicious! Next a had a hot open faced roast beef sandwich and all I can say is wow! This thing was heaping with homemade mashed potatoes and gravy very satisfying. My wife had one of their handmade hamburgers with bbq sauteed onions and mushrooms. What a treat. And for dessert.....lots of fresh pies and cakes and even fried oreos and fried icecream. This time we shared the fresh hot apple pie with icecream. We'll be back this weekend.
Took my son there for lunch. Waited 50 minutes for a hotdog, fries and a burger and an order of onion rings. Total cost $25.
When we walked in there was a small family at one table, a single diner at another and two guys at a third table. The single diner was paying to leave, the two guys had just gotten their food and the family received theirs shortly after. So, all we had to do was order and wait. Should have taken about 15 minutes, maybe.
Nothing had any flavor. I ordered a footlong hotdog (which they serve on a 8 in. bun) with sauteed peppers and onions with swiss cheese, bacon and chili. When my food arrived it was missing the bacon and chili. There was no flavor, except for a lot of vegetable oil and/or grease.
My son (who is 17 and can eat massive amounts of food) had the classic burger with onions and hot sauce. He took a few bites of his burger, along with a bite of my hotdog and just shook his head. He wouldn't touch the food again.
We also got an order of onion rings to share. They were ok but dripping with oil.
A few other things we thought was weird. Their menu has many things you'd expect to find at a higher class restaurant, such as lobster tails (at market price), and steaks. Not something that you would expect at a hamburger place.
I always wondered why there weren't any cars at this cute looking place. After today, I know why.
Save yourself some money. Go to Friendly's down the street. Or, for a great burger, head to Five Guys which is a few miles down the road. Neither of them will be a disappointment. Promise.
I went to Chevy's about 3 years ago and haven't been back. I do plan on it though. I went there and ordered a burger platter and a vanilla shake. The burger was good, nothing special about it at all. The fries were fries, nothing special. The vanilla shake was terrible. They mixed the shake with a blender. It was very loose and little flavor. It was like a glass of milk. Luckily I like milk. They really dropped the ball and I think that's the reason I haven't been back. I drive by there everyday and I think I'm going to try them again to see if they have improved. I'll post another review after I've gone.
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