We ate at Culver's for the first time earlier this week because it had gotten a positive mention in another (sports) forum. It was a really good choice.
The meat in the hamburgers approaches In-n-Out burger in freshness and preparation. That's about the highest plus marks I can give a chain burger. The ballance of meat plus lettuce etc made a great hamburger. The bun holds together.
We also had their pot roast, which is served shredded, in brown gravy on sour dough bread. It, too, was a satisfying choice.
There aren't any Culver's within a hundred miles of our place in east Tennessee. We liked it enough that we'll plan to include it in trips we take to their part ofthe world.
Next time, we'll leave space to start learning their frozen custard flavors.