I'm the "other half" of the review labeled" a plus". I review a lot on here- he doesn't. But when I showed him the first review of his fave lunch spot I must say he was speechless then he proceeded to laugh it off. It was obviously an ex employee who was likely fired for some theft or dishonesty or some other person with a grudge. He says the staff are basically the same faces for many years-- so they must be at least a little happy to stay in the same job at fast food. I also wondered why an alleged first time visitor would write on such "detail" if you can call fibs details. As for me I have only been there with him twice as only he works near there. Two visits two spotless dining rooms. Great food for fast food. One time staff was very talkative; another time they were super busy and not all smiles but were hustling like you seldom see from workers who allegedly don't care. 5 stars all the way
To classify Culvers as fast food is to do it a disservice - it doesn���t belong along the likes of McDonalds, Burger King, and other such bottom-feeder places. The dining rooms are clean, spacious and carpeted for a more homey feel. The employees are always friendly and efficient. Even on a crowded day, I never wait more than a few minutes for my food. Culvers��� burgers are made from fresh lean beef (never frozen) and are always made to order. There are extensive options for those in a non-burger mood - anything from pulled pork sandwiches to taco salad. The frozen custard is amazing and there is always a special ���flavor of the day��� to choose from. After being forced to move to the East coast, a trip back home for me is never complete without a stop at Culvers.
This is a really good Culver's location and is the one I go to when I want to do drive through. The burgers are down well (not all Culver's taste the same!) and the fries here always have just a touch of salt (most do not salt them at all). They are always good with the flavor of the day scoops, nice and big. Also very good about putting a lot of the 'chunks' into the particular flavor so you feel like you have had the flavor of the day rather than vanilla or chocolate ice cream with one or two little pieces of whatever is supposed to be in it.