• Big'z Burger Joint

    3 starsJune 14, 2015

    10106 Highway 151, San Antonio, TX 78251

    Big'z Burgers are great! We were told they fry their regular fries and potato chips in dedicated fryers, but the sweet potato fries are fried in the same fryers they use for breaded stuff. We have successfully eaten at Big'z with no problems, and my wife has likely the most sensitive case of Celiac Disease ever. However, we noticed a change in how the location on 151 Hey does set up that will keep us from going back. No one was wearing gloves, and the same person setting up lettuce and tomatoes was also doing the buns. Bare handed! I caught and asked for a fresh set up, which they were happy to do with a person with freshly washed hands. We both always order our burgers without buns, we choose to skip the gluten free carbohydrate bomb. Laura did not have a reaction, so the fresh set up must've worked, but not going back until they change how they do set up and go back to wearing gloves.

  • Iron Cactus

    1 starsNovember 17, 2012

    200 E River Walk St #100, San Antonio, TX 78205

    Slow service. The food was not what I expected. The enchilada sauce was not palatable at all. The food was getting cold as we waited for silverware. The margaritas are good.

  • Stone Canyon Pizza

    1 starsSeptember 01, 2012

    8630 NW Prairie View Road, Kansas City, MO 64153

    Got glutenized by their gluten free pizza. If the crust was actually gluten free, then I wonder if it was due to cross contamination from the toppings. We wondered about the knowledge of the staff when they offered garlic toast as an appetizer after we ordered a gluten free pizza.

  • Five Guys

    1 starsAugust 30, 2012

    8952 NW Skyview Ave, Kansas City, MO 64154

    Usually very good, but apparently forget to use fresh gloves when busy. Got glutenized for the first time at Five Guys!