We loved this little Route 66 stop. I love chili and was pleasantly surprised by their chili. They have many heat levels and they add what you want in your chili when you order it which is nice. If you each a large bowl of...More
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We stopped there a couple of times to give a good review. They cook/boil the hamburger meat on a big pot and depending on how hot you want it they add hot sauce to your bowl. NO flavor, just boiled hamburger with hot sauce. The...More
Absolutely Awful chili. Very greasy. No vegetables, just "meat" the consistency of applesauce with a few mystery beans mixed in. Absolutely horrible chili. No flavor. No vegetables, no peppers, no onions. Mostly GREASE. Apparently, the "meat" like substance has secret herbs and spices mixed in...More
I'm sorry you did not like our chili, we do offer a low oil option which most of our customers enjoy the full oil option. Thank you for giving us a try.
Been eating Joe Rogers chilli since I was a kid. It's still the best and maybe the only authentic Springfield style(read tavern style) chilli around. Often copied, never duplicated. The last time I had a tamale there it was not that good. Kind of dried...More
This is a fun little lunch joint with Great Chili. You can order your chili as hot as you desire, however I suggest you use caution!
Been going to The Den, JR Rogers, now The Chili Parlor for 40 years. Always great experience, chili, and ambiance! Never changes (except price!)