A hundred wooden fish hanging over the bar, an Elvis shrine at every location, and hubcaps covering the ceiling in some rooms.
She Is Dallas info: Chuy’s has five locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area including 4001 Bagpiper Way Suite 199 in Arlington, 4544 McKinney Ave at Knox-Henderson in Dallas, 2401 West 7th Street Suite 110 in Fort Worth, 3408 Central Expressway in East Plano, 3908 Dallas Parkway in West Plano. Chuy’s also offers curbside pickup and bulk orders for parties. For more information, please visit the Chuy’s website.
We’ve never tried Chuy’s guacamole until this visit. It’s rich and creamy and the flavor was good but I expected a little more flavor from Chuy’s. I would have liked to have had a few more ingredients to make it more interesting but it was good enough for us to eat up every bite of it. It was a little odd to find a layer of shredded lettuce under the guacamole as if they were trying to make the bowl look fuller than it actual was.
But the guacamole isn’t why we come to Chuy’s. You will find plenty of unique and very flavorful items on the menu. You can download a copy of their MENU to see for yourself.
I love their Elvis Green Chile Fried Chicken! It’s a Chuy's original. A tender chicken breast breaded with Lay's ® potato chips, deep fried and smothered in Green Chile sauce and cheddar cheese. It’s served with green chile rice and refried beans. Now this picture may not make it look very tasty but you’ve really got to try this awesome dish. It’s got just the right hint of heat from the green chile peppers and lots of wonderful flavor.
One thing that really stands out about Chuy’s is their SIGNATURE SAUCES. Green chile sauce, deluxe tomatillo and creamy jalapeno are my favorites. We actually request a little cup of creamy jalapeno sauce when they first bring out the chips and salsa to snack on. It’s great with chips but I’ll eat it on just about anything.
My husband and I both love the Chuychanga! Makes my mouth water just thinking about it. I guess it’s like a chimichanga that you might find at other Tex-Mex restaurants but it just seems more flavorful than those I’ve had elsewhere. And, of course, you can get it with any of those wonderful sauces of your choice. Good stuff!
Of course, how can you eat a Tex-Mex meal and not top it off with a few sopapillas. These are delicious served with a sprinkling of powdered sugar and a cup full of honey.We have been enjoying Chuy’s ever since we moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. There isn’t one near our current home but we have been known to drive out of our way for our Chuychanga fix!