Reminds you of the other chiliburger joint.
So I had a burger urge and this joint happened to be on my way. The inside is clean with a seating area that's typical of many independently owned burger joints. Ordered their chiliburger combo which came with huge steak fries sprinkled with a good dose of seasoned salt, and a drink. Their chiliburger had cheese, tomatoes, onions, pickles and mustard. Not bad for a $6 combo. Interestingly, the top of their menu reads "Formerly Tommies". And interestingly, their prices mirror the other, original "Tommy's". So I put 2 & 2 together and figured they're called Mighty Mouth now because they probably got in trouble ripping off the Tommy's name. Are the burgers good? Yes. Are the prices fair? Yes. Are they greasy like a previous post mentioned? Look, - it's a burger, what do you expect? The beef patties are thin like In-N-Out, so I wouldn't consider them greasy. Would I come here again? Only if my hunger can't wait. The thing is that the food was satisfying but left me feeling ripped off by an imitation. Really, if you're in the mood for a chiliburger, the original Tommy's isn't too far from here...It's right by Galpin Ford. Might as well make the drive there and get the real thing.