We happened to go on an outing to a gun show, and came back out really hungry. There was a Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers in a shared parking lot and as we have never been to a location in that chain, we decided to give it a go.
You can check out the menu here.
I had the patty melt, while my partner ordered a chili cheese burger. I loved it that the pickles were thick cut and kosher dill. Sadly, the portions were small for the price, in spite of the heaps of fries. Burger patties were thin and dry regardless of what was piled on top of them.
The fries were crispy when fresh, and being extremely thin cut, they cooled and lost their appeal rather quickly.
The house sauce was reminiscent of other establishments “special” or “secret” sauce and may well be commercially available under another name all together.
Not terribly impressed with the food. It wasn’t horrible, but it wasn’t up to our standards, either. I am fairly certain, since this is a chain establishment, that the food at other locations will be similar if not just the same.
We did not have an opportunity to try the vaunted frozen custard or Chicago dogs, though we are now leery of doing so. Freddy’s feels like someone cobbled together ideas from other popular restaurants without bothering to take the time to ensure the quality before throwing it out there to try to make a buck.
At least the tea was fresh.
On the 1-5 scale, Freddy’s Steakburgers gets:
Cleanliness – 4
Service – 3
Quality of food – 2.5
Flavor – 3
Pricing – 3
Overall experience – 3.1
19370 N Freeway Service Dr
Spring, TX 77373
— Ann Cathey