We ate at Bonkers twice during our trip. The first night I ordered a burger, but did not get a bun, just the meat and some salade, I had to pay extra for one patatoe, beacause fries were not gluten-free, all together it was quite disappointing. The second night I ordered a pasta (and actually did get the pasta with it), which was nice, gluten-free, but not really special.
This was the best burger I've had in a long time. I kept looking at the gluten free bun wondering if it really was gluten free because it held up and tasted good - which is a rare find. The price was a tad excessive for a burger, but the food was good, and I didn't get sick. I will visit again in the future if I am in the area. Bonus, the fryer is a dedicated fryer so I was able to eat the french fries!
Totally awesome. Gluten free muffins most of the times. So inexpensive for so much food! The complete buffet experience, you can go back and back and back for as much food as you want for only a small fee!!!!!
First trip to San Antonio, recently diagnosed Celiac, found this place with a GF menu, all is well , right? Quite a list of GF selections. Food was hit or miss. Grilled Buffalo Wings were meaty and well flavored. I proceeded with the 2 meat platter, I was half right. The sausage had a nice smoky pop to it. The beef rib ($4 upcharge) was chewy and not BBQed nearly enough. I don't mind the fat that comes along with a beef rib, but it should be cooked long enough so that it practically melts, not the case here with a stringy chunk of cow. GF sides were potato salad (nicely seasoned with fresh dill but a bit salty) and a typical cole slaw.
On a side note, waited nearly an hour for the check because the printer was down. It took that long to manually add 3 items on a piece of paper and hand it to me. It took me 49 years of life to make it to Texas, so if I ever get back here I wouldn't hesitate to eat somewhere else!