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  • Michael J.

    I checked this place out with my son earlier this month as we were staying in Green River and it's literally one of the only places to eat. Being inside the place I felt as though I had been transported back a couple of decades to the early 90s. It just has that look about it - probably because it clearly hasn't been renovated in a while. I actually liked that aspect, though. I got kind of a nostalgic vibe being there. It was nice not being in a familiar Burger King lobby. This place has character. We ordered a pizza - it was pretty tasty and priced pretty fairly. The lady who served us was friendly and efficient and apologized to us for having to wait so long (the people in front of us were "high demand"). The only complaint was the air-conditioner - it is so powerful it actually slowly moved my phone across the table as we ate. It was more amusing than annoying, and less of an observance than a true complaint, though. If ever I'm in the area I'll be sure to check it out again.

    (4)
  • Andrew C.

    I dont understand how this got a really good review. These people must be deprived of good food. I was really excited to eat here. After seeing all the stars. I got the 1/2lb burger fries and a soda. It was just under 10.00. Pretty good prices here. The burger was extremely bland. All it was. A bun tiny bit of lettuce one slice of pickle two thin patties and frie sauce. Very greasy also. Im sure there are far better places in g.r. i should have ate at the burger king. It would have been better. I give it two stars because its cheap. And i give the food no stars. You get what you pay for i guess.

    (2)
  • Cherie C.

    I can't lie: we chose this place based on its most excellent sign. It's a standard fast-food burger joint (though I suppose the pizza is not standard for burger joints). Our burger and fries were fine. But after our meal, we decided to share a milkshake. I'm glad we shared, because the milkshake was big. We chose a banana shake, which they made with fresh banana and soft serve. It was really good! This is a fine choice for inexpensive road trip food if you're not worried about healthy options. ;)

    (3)
  • Momma B.

    Had pizza delivered. Delivered piping hot. Arrived very, very fast. (VERY pleased with that!) Staff was very helpful on the phone. Delivery person was very nice. Pizza was just as ordered. Did we like it? Well, it was a mixed bag. Had a party of 5: 2 hated it, 2 loved it, and 1 thought it was ok. Would I order again? Yes, I think it is worth giving them a shot. Next time, I think I would add some other things in with the order though.

    (3)
  • Cynthia D.

    My favorite restaurant in Green River! The best veggie pizza I've ever had! Eat there about once a week-awesome breakfast croissant sandwiches. Very friendly staff! In and out of town weekly for business-highly recommend! Haven't had a bad experience yet, but if I did I could almost guarantee they'd do what they could to rectify any problem. My favorite eats away from home! Try it-you won't be dissapointed! Enjoy!

    (5)
  • Carrie H.

    It's just ok for small town, road food. I'm not going to rave over fried fast food. I had the Malibu grilled chicken: grilled or fired, piece of ham, lettuce, tomato and mayo. It was a manufactured patty. Not a "real" chicken breast. Fiancé had the western burger: hamburger, onion rings and bbq sauce and tots. He liked it. The food overall wasn't that tasteful.

    (3)
  • W F.

    Family owned. Great fast food. Perfect for a quick lunch or dinner. The pizza is terrific and so are the burgers. The Western Burger is my favorite. I had some fried mushrooms and the cheese fries are beautiful. The staff is attentive and they have both Coke and Pepsi. I don't know of ANY other place in America that's allowed to do that. Stop in. So much better than the interstate exit fast food chains.

    (5)
  • Rick M.

    2 hours after eating here I was sicker than a dog. Runs and all.... I'll never stop here again and am calling health department and report this and hope nobody else gets sick. Reall disappointing to say the least and very upset.

    (1)
  • Steve M.

    We ordered a pizza here after pulling into town in mid-evening. The service was good, the pizza was okay, and the price was fair. They are open until 10 pm, so if you are coming through on your way to or from Moab, it's a reasonable choice for something to eat.

    (3)
  • Allen B.

    It seems that I am through Green River close to meal time lately more than I care to. I wish they had WiFi otherwise I would stop here over about 1/2 the time than only when I am just flying through and have to get to where I am going. This is a three star on a fast food handicap. Otherwise I would give it two. I have had both the breakfast sandwich and the hamburgers and they are both good. If they had wifi I would be closer to 4 stars as the food is good, but out in the middle of no where it is nice to have a faster than 3G connection to upload a document or get a document from the office when you are going through town.

    (3)
  • KatiLyn V.

    This is probably the only place you'll want to eat at in Green River. Just stopped through from Colorado on our way Cali. Got a side salad and the green chili burger. It hit the spot! Small place with simple menu, friendly staff- what I would expect to see in a small town. Look no farther if you need a place to eat in GR!

    (4)
  • Max M.

    honest simple place. had croissant egg and ham breakfast, was what i needed after the night of camping.

    (4)
  • Jeffrey R.

    Great food with a decent price. 1/4 lb burger for 3.6 5 and I added cheese and bacon and it was pretty amazing. People may complain about the way the woman isn't upbeat but I came here for the food not the people. A must for people traveling on 70 looking for great food and great shakes!

    (4)
  • Suzie C.

    What a pleasant surprise. Ordered pizza to be delivered. Not only did we have it in 20 minutes on a Saturday night is was great! It was deep dish which is not my favorite, but give it a 5/5!!

    (5)
  • Minny G.

    food was good and the amall room was neat and colze. we had burgars, chicken salad annd curly fries. great dood.

    (5)
  • Alison Y.

    I don't know how I am the first person to review Chow Hound, but let me tell you, it is AWESOME. The Green River Utah Burger King had closed early for the night, and I wanted fries. (The handwritten note said that it was closed due to a baby being born. I didn't get that at all, but whatever.) So instead of doing the smart thing which would have been getting back on the interstate and just looking for McDonalds or something, I went deeper into Green River. Chow Hound was open late (I say late because 9:30 PM seems like it is late for Utah). I have to say, although it was kind of a wait for my curly fries, they are the best ones I have ever had.

    (4)
  • Dane J.

    I came here because of the positive reviews. We were on a road trip and were desperately hungry but looking for alternatives to the Burger King and Arbys (BLEH!). We walked in and ordered at what seemed like a normal road side burger place. The girl at the counter was extremeley rude and not helpful at all. My burger was good but nothing out of the ordinary. I would have given this place four starts but I don't think I've been so mistreated by a staff in such a long time. So much for small town hospitality ...

    (2)
  • Callie M.

    Good prices - breakfast burrito plus two donuts for $5. The tasty homemade bakery goodies sell fast, so morning is the time for that. The burgers are basic and filling, but not like Ray's, but it's a drive-in type place, not a restaurant. A good place to observe the locals. The food is basic, but good enough.

    (3)
  • David P.

    Deliciously fresh burgers. Service could use some work. And they charged me full drink price for a cup of water, which is ridiculous. Otherwise worth the stop.

    (4)
  • Maria S.

    Get the Green Chile Burger with curly fries! Yum! This is classic fast food (local, not a chain). Nothing fancy, but always great.

    (4)
  • Joshua H.

    My wife, 6-month-old son, and I stopped here on our way to Grand Junction, and found it to have decent burgers, fries, and baked goods. It's reminiscent of other similar burger and ice cream joints in small towns throughout the West. There's not much seating inside, so I'd only recommend this for to-go orders or for outside dining on a pleasant summer day. I ordered a green chile burger, expecting canned green chiles on a cheeseburger. To my surprise, the chile was half of a recently roasted fresh chile and the burger was delicious. The pumpkin roll dessert was also tasty and fresh.

    (3)
  • karen c.

    It's not much to look at but the burgers are fresh and cooked perfectly and the fries are very good - making for a much welcomed treat in the middle of the desert. Shady picnic tables in the back offered us a nice place to eat and rest up. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

    (4)
  • Ryan J.

    Although Chow Hound is an nice escape from the monotonous fast food chains along the stretching highways in Utah, unfortunately I feel like I could have received equally as good food and better service at a Burger King. I ordered the Chicken Club and was extremely underwhelmed. First off, the chicken was fried which I was definitely not expecting and the bacon was rock hard. It also took my group an extremely long time to be served. One person in our group didn't receive her meal until 20 minutes after we had all started eating. One caveat that I should mention was that the milkshakes were very delicious and the bathrooms were remarkably clean. Would I go back here based on those two pluses? Absolutely not.

    (1)
  • Allison K.

    Exit one exit east of the boring fast food cluster, and invest 5 extra minutes into driving into a real town. Nice place to eat quickly while supporting a local business. We liked the retro burger joint feel. We ate burgers with bbq sauce, onion rings, cheesy fries, and shakes. They make pizza, too. There are old-school sticker vending machines. The air-conditioning is over-kill, though. It was 102 degrees outside, and I had to grab a sweater to finish my meal!

    (4)
  • John B.

    To be driving across Utah, this is an oasis. Great burgers, great choices on the menu. Cozy seating, like a 70's hamburger stand. I give this place 4 stars for Green River. In a place like Chicago, it's be a 3. The burgers were crisp, not greasy. I was very impressed at the attentive staff. They timed the orders so they all came out at the same time, which is pretty impressive in most of these "off the beaten path" hamburger joints. Chimichangas, burgers, fries. Anything fried is good food. Fried dill pickles would be a hit here.

    (4)
  • Zen A.

    I would not suggest eating here. My chicken sandwich tasted like the cushions from 1979 Ford Fairmont. And when I mentioned it, they seem flummoxed that I would ask and said it was fine after all it was from the freezer..... uggg nasty

    (1)
  • Michael J.

    I checked this place out with my son earlier this month as we were staying in Green River and it's literally one of the only places to eat. Being inside the place I felt as though I had been transported back a couple of decades to the early 90s. It just has that look about it - probably because it clearly hasn't been renovated in a while. I actually liked that aspect, though. I got kind of a nostalgic vibe being there. It was nice not being in a familiar Burger King lobby. This place has character. We ordered a pizza - it was pretty tasty and priced pretty fairly. The lady who served us was friendly and efficient and apologized to us for having to wait so long (the people in front of us were "high demand"). The only complaint was the air-conditioner - it is so powerful it actually slowly moved my phone across the table as we ate. It was more amusing than annoying, and less of an observance than a true complaint, though. If ever I'm in the area I'll be sure to check it out again.

    (4)
  • KatiLyn V.

    This is probably the only place you'll want to eat at in Green River. Just stopped through from Colorado on our way Cali. Got a side salad and the green chili burger. It hit the spot! Small place with simple menu, friendly staff- what I would expect to see in a small town. Look no farther if you need a place to eat in GR!

    (4)
  • Max M.

    honest simple place. had croissant egg and ham breakfast, was what i needed after the night of camping.

    (4)
  • Steve M.

    We ordered a pizza here after pulling into town in mid-evening. The service was good, the pizza was okay, and the price was fair. They are open until 10 pm, so if you are coming through on your way to or from Moab, it's a reasonable choice for something to eat.

    (3)
  • Allen B.

    It seems that I am through Green River close to meal time lately more than I care to. I wish they had WiFi otherwise I would stop here over about 1/2 the time than only when I am just flying through and have to get to where I am going. This is a three star on a fast food handicap. Otherwise I would give it two. I have had both the breakfast sandwich and the hamburgers and they are both good. If they had wifi I would be closer to 4 stars as the food is good, but out in the middle of no where it is nice to have a faster than 3G connection to upload a document or get a document from the office when you are going through town.

    (3)
  • Jeffrey R.

    Great food with a decent price. 1/4 lb burger for 3.6 5 and I added cheese and bacon and it was pretty amazing. People may complain about the way the woman isn't upbeat but I came here for the food not the people. A must for people traveling on 70 looking for great food and great shakes!

    (4)
  • Suzie C.

    What a pleasant surprise. Ordered pizza to be delivered. Not only did we have it in 20 minutes on a Saturday night is was great! It was deep dish which is not my favorite, but give it a 5/5!!

    (5)
  • Minny G.

    food was good and the amall room was neat and colze. we had burgars, chicken salad annd curly fries. great dood.

    (5)
  • Alison Y.

    I don't know how I am the first person to review Chow Hound, but let me tell you, it is AWESOME. The Green River Utah Burger King had closed early for the night, and I wanted fries. (The handwritten note said that it was closed due to a baby being born. I didn't get that at all, but whatever.) So instead of doing the smart thing which would have been getting back on the interstate and just looking for McDonalds or something, I went deeper into Green River. Chow Hound was open late (I say late because 9:30 PM seems like it is late for Utah). I have to say, although it was kind of a wait for my curly fries, they are the best ones I have ever had.

    (4)
  • Dane J.

    I came here because of the positive reviews. We were on a road trip and were desperately hungry but looking for alternatives to the Burger King and Arbys (BLEH!). We walked in and ordered at what seemed like a normal road side burger place. The girl at the counter was extremeley rude and not helpful at all. My burger was good but nothing out of the ordinary. I would have given this place four starts but I don't think I've been so mistreated by a staff in such a long time. So much for small town hospitality ...

    (2)
  • Ryan J.

    Although Chow Hound is an nice escape from the monotonous fast food chains along the stretching highways in Utah, unfortunately I feel like I could have received equally as good food and better service at a Burger King. I ordered the Chicken Club and was extremely underwhelmed. First off, the chicken was fried which I was definitely not expecting and the bacon was rock hard. It also took my group an extremely long time to be served. One person in our group didn't receive her meal until 20 minutes after we had all started eating. One caveat that I should mention was that the milkshakes were very delicious and the bathrooms were remarkably clean. Would I go back here based on those two pluses? Absolutely not.

    (1)
  • Callie M.

    Good prices - breakfast burrito plus two donuts for $5. The tasty homemade bakery goodies sell fast, so morning is the time for that. The burgers are basic and filling, but not like Ray's, but it's a drive-in type place, not a restaurant. A good place to observe the locals. The food is basic, but good enough.

    (3)
  • David P.

    Deliciously fresh burgers. Service could use some work. And they charged me full drink price for a cup of water, which is ridiculous. Otherwise worth the stop.

    (4)
  • Maria S.

    Get the Green Chile Burger with curly fries! Yum! This is classic fast food (local, not a chain). Nothing fancy, but always great.

    (4)
  • Allison K.

    Exit one exit east of the boring fast food cluster, and invest 5 extra minutes into driving into a real town. Nice place to eat quickly while supporting a local business. We liked the retro burger joint feel. We ate burgers with bbq sauce, onion rings, cheesy fries, and shakes. They make pizza, too. There are old-school sticker vending machines. The air-conditioning is over-kill, though. It was 102 degrees outside, and I had to grab a sweater to finish my meal!

    (4)
  • John B.

    To be driving across Utah, this is an oasis. Great burgers, great choices on the menu. Cozy seating, like a 70's hamburger stand. I give this place 4 stars for Green River. In a place like Chicago, it's be a 3. The burgers were crisp, not greasy. I was very impressed at the attentive staff. They timed the orders so they all came out at the same time, which is pretty impressive in most of these "off the beaten path" hamburger joints. Chimichangas, burgers, fries. Anything fried is good food. Fried dill pickles would be a hit here.

    (4)
  • Zen A.

    I would not suggest eating here. My chicken sandwich tasted like the cushions from 1979 Ford Fairmont. And when I mentioned it, they seem flummoxed that I would ask and said it was fine after all it was from the freezer..... uggg nasty

    (1)
  • Joshua H.

    My wife, 6-month-old son, and I stopped here on our way to Grand Junction, and found it to have decent burgers, fries, and baked goods. It's reminiscent of other similar burger and ice cream joints in small towns throughout the West. There's not much seating inside, so I'd only recommend this for to-go orders or for outside dining on a pleasant summer day. I ordered a green chile burger, expecting canned green chiles on a cheeseburger. To my surprise, the chile was half of a recently roasted fresh chile and the burger was delicious. The pumpkin roll dessert was also tasty and fresh.

    (3)
  • karen c.

    It's not much to look at but the burgers are fresh and cooked perfectly and the fries are very good - making for a much welcomed treat in the middle of the desert. Shady picnic tables in the back offered us a nice place to eat and rest up. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

    (4)
  • Andrew C.

    I dont understand how this got a really good review. These people must be deprived of good food. I was really excited to eat here. After seeing all the stars. I got the 1/2lb burger fries and a soda. It was just under 10.00. Pretty good prices here. The burger was extremely bland. All it was. A bun tiny bit of lettuce one slice of pickle two thin patties and frie sauce. Very greasy also. Im sure there are far better places in g.r. i should have ate at the burger king. It would have been better. I give it two stars because its cheap. And i give the food no stars. You get what you pay for i guess.

    (2)
  • Cherie C.

    I can't lie: we chose this place based on its most excellent sign. It's a standard fast-food burger joint (though I suppose the pizza is not standard for burger joints). Our burger and fries were fine. But after our meal, we decided to share a milkshake. I'm glad we shared, because the milkshake was big. We chose a banana shake, which they made with fresh banana and soft serve. It was really good! This is a fine choice for inexpensive road trip food if you're not worried about healthy options. ;)

    (3)
  • Momma B.

    Had pizza delivered. Delivered piping hot. Arrived very, very fast. (VERY pleased with that!) Staff was very helpful on the phone. Delivery person was very nice. Pizza was just as ordered. Did we like it? Well, it was a mixed bag. Had a party of 5: 2 hated it, 2 loved it, and 1 thought it was ok. Would I order again? Yes, I think it is worth giving them a shot. Next time, I think I would add some other things in with the order though.

    (3)
  • Cynthia D.

    My favorite restaurant in Green River! The best veggie pizza I've ever had! Eat there about once a week-awesome breakfast croissant sandwiches. Very friendly staff! In and out of town weekly for business-highly recommend! Haven't had a bad experience yet, but if I did I could almost guarantee they'd do what they could to rectify any problem. My favorite eats away from home! Try it-you won't be dissapointed! Enjoy!

    (5)
  • Carrie H.

    It's just ok for small town, road food. I'm not going to rave over fried fast food. I had the Malibu grilled chicken: grilled or fired, piece of ham, lettuce, tomato and mayo. It was a manufactured patty. Not a "real" chicken breast. Fiancé had the western burger: hamburger, onion rings and bbq sauce and tots. He liked it. The food overall wasn't that tasteful.

    (3)
  • W F.

    Family owned. Great fast food. Perfect for a quick lunch or dinner. The pizza is terrific and so are the burgers. The Western Burger is my favorite. I had some fried mushrooms and the cheese fries are beautiful. The staff is attentive and they have both Coke and Pepsi. I don't know of ANY other place in America that's allowed to do that. Stop in. So much better than the interstate exit fast food chains.

    (5)
  • Rick M.

    2 hours after eating here I was sicker than a dog. Runs and all.... I'll never stop here again and am calling health department and report this and hope nobody else gets sick. Reall disappointing to say the least and very upset.

    (1)

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  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : No
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Drive-Thru : No

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