DD and I corrected that last week on our drive back from downtown, where we saw the TEA rally, so we pretended like we'd attended.
We ordered the iron-grilled club sandwich ($3.59) and chicken tender basket (about $7.50 with drink). All the food was competently cooked — fries were crisp, tenders juicy inside and crunchy outside.
The sandwich was well-compacted so nothing fell out. Its ingredients were in the right proportions, it wasn't ridiculously huge or skimpy, and condiments were in the right amount.
We split a Moolatte for dessert. I was hoping it would be like an affogato, but it's really just a coffee Blizzard, which was fine, especially at $3.50.
If I were at DQ more often, I would have known about Sweet Deal, a twofer-threefer deal that offers any two of selected menu items for $3, three items for $4 and four items for $5.
So there you have it. My takeaway: Take a chance on an unknown, especially when the price is low.