Ambush Grill and Bar

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4276 Farm to Market Road 1187, Burleson, TX 76028 4276 Farm to Market Road 1187, Burleson Directions
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Report | 4 years ago
Great burgers. Very fresh tasting and LOVE, Love, love those fries
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Keep up the good work
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A little pricey for sandwiches/burgers but good food
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Report | 5 years ago
The food was fresh, large portions and very good flavors.
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Report | 5 years ago
Don't get me wrong...the burgers were good but it is advertised that the owner has a special chili with recipe by him but found out it is bought from service. dissappointed
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Report | 5 years ago
Waitresses are kinda slow or maybe they were just and didn't have enough staff on hand. Fried items like fries and attorneys tots could be cooked longer.
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Report | 5 years ago
It would be nice if the Groupon could be used for the lunch menu.
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Great food
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I think that maybe they could attract more people in if they have a singer or small band play.
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Great food and so glad you switched to fresh cut frys. The first time we went in they were frozen, fresh is always better. The best fried pickles I have had!
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For the majority of the '70s, according to local folklore, bassist Ferocious Ambush toured America with his southern rock band, Country Thunder. In 1978, he hung up his bass in pursuit of a more "honest living." He shied away from the public eye until 1980, when he kicked off a North Texan tour with the Ferocious Ambush Chili Cookers. Instead of music, however, the Chili Cookers served up hearty bowls of red during regional and international cook-offs, winning over the crowds as much for their simmering spices as their singing and dancing.

Twenty-four years later, the Chili Cookers found a permanent home for their two loves—music and good food—when they opened Ambush Grill and Bar. Their chefs marry old-fashioned southern eats with southwestern and Mexican flavors, serving up a hearty menu that keeps the Chili Cooker's legendary recipes alive. The famous chili flows into bowls, over burgers, and beneath corn chips in chili pie. A Li'l Pardner's menu is also available to fill kid-sized stomachs and lonesome thimbles with smaller portions of pub fare.

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