1725 Briargate Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
food was good - service spotty upon being shown to our table I noticed a large spill on the floor. I told the hostess, who completely ignored me and the spill. I went to the bar and asked to speak to a manager. I was told one would come to my table. I ordered the lunch meal which comes with soup. When my meal came I noticed it was a large portion. Sure enough my bill was for a dinner plate and I was charged extra for the soup. i would nention this to management, bur I have no desire to stay here all night until one materializes. I just paid my bill and am leaving. The spill was never cleaned up, the manager nonexistent.
321 North Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
food is good, but way over priced. At 700% markup you'd think they could change the frier grease more than once a week. Being down the road we have been eating here a lot, but the rewards #s never work and the food so pricey, its cheaper for us to drive across town to eat. If you're a tourist, its a nice stop, and the bakery is good. But, there are far too many gf options for us locals to waste money on.
1466 Garden of the Gods Road West #160, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
instead of Dickies, it should be called Fatties. the meat is so fatty it is inedible. the baked potato casserole was delicious though.
3015 New Center Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80922
no gf menu. They will substitute wheat pasta for gf penne. Baked potato soup is tasty
323 N Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
went inside and looked to my dining companion. We both noticed an unpleasant odor and decided we were glad we weren't dining in. Got to display and baked goods looked unappetizing and there was only ONE gf option. No idea what was on the menu, we left.
2601 W Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Expensive. its just Udis brand and the charge as if they have some secret recipe. $7 for TWO pancakes. Nothing else. Menu is limited mostly to breakfast tacos or eggs with something. Pancakes are large and taste OK (a bit eggy for me), and they offer fresh made maple syrup. Staff is friendly. Not a bad experience, but not a place for me.
2330 W Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
The "pulled" meat is chopped. And my pork was literally just chunks of fat. As if they don't trim the meat and they gave me end cuts of pure fat. On the plus side, the BBQ sauce was tasty though the mustard based one was a bit overpowering with vinegar. The mashed potatoes were delicious and needed no butter. But the sad thing is, the best part of the meal was the baked beans.
1616 S 8th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Delicious food at an inexpensive price, served up fresh & quick. Everyone was friendly& helpful. Food was perfectly cooked. I will definitely be back!
28A S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80943
best pancakes I've ever eaten!
604 N Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
idky this is listed. The hostess had no idea what gluten free was. And the waiter just told me they are NOT gluten free.
5996 Stetson Hills Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80923
delicious! I got a 5 meat pizza and it was fantastic! And for desert cinabread with icing. ohhh my goodness yummm! I will definitely be back
2895 New Center Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80922
I haven't dined inside (only pickup) and I doubt I ever will. Both times I ordered salmon it was hard and fishy. IDK if they only use old fish for pickup customers, but Im not willing to find out. When Ive ordered veggies they were raw. I literally had to cook them myself. The server was quite friendly and appeared knowledgeable in gf. But I would like a decent meal to go along with friendly service
1509 N. Central Exp., Plano, TX 75075
the WORST outback ever! Ive been gf for more than a dozen years and never have I feared contamination more. Not only is the food not gf, the steamed veggies smell as if they have been simmering in urine. My salmon is old, hard and smothered in pepper. Im terrified to look at the potatoe and toppings. And despite telling them numerous times that Im gf, i was given bread. This store is poorly managed and should b avoided at all costs.
222 N Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
kitchen is slow. food is bland. atmosphere is nice.
23 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
food is delicious. the service was fast and friendly. my over medium eggs were cooked perfectly. as was the bacon. the potaoes yummy.
3312 Knox Street, Dallas, TX 75205
im giving benefit of doubt that inside the restaurant is s MUCH better atmodphere. we chose to eat on patio because the weather is beautiful, but the stench of sewage (or whatever it is) is disgusting. The food is ok, but way too pricey. IDK who gave this $$, but to me $17 for spaghetti is $$$.
3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, TX 75204
nice selection. delicious snickerdoodles!
8447 Boulevard 26, North Richland Hills, TX 76180
owners and staff alike were very friendly. great atmosphere, fantastic selection!
8060 Park Ln #125, Dallas, TX 75231
after arriving and being told they didnt have a gf menu, we listened as the hostess rattled off the salads and which dressings NOT to order, and then the list of sandwhiches we could have without the bun. we asked what beer we could have and were given a choice of Ace Pear Cider. We left
3709 Troup Highway, Tyler, TX 75703
lots of unusual choices for pizza. was very good. got pesto pasta as well, which was also very good. pesto could use some pine nuts. bar could use some gf beer. mojito was awful
60 E San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Being GF for more than a dozen years, we always support restaurants that offer a GF menu. This guy needs to do some more research on making GF crust. Over the years we've eaten many a GF pizza. Most of them good, some of them a swing and a miss. This one was a serious strike out. The crust was thinck and doughy. GF flour is heavy and requires longer cooking. But, it goes beyond that. Even my cheese was thick and hardish. I am wondering if this was a premade frozen cheese pizza and they just added the extra toppings before throwing it into the oven briefly. It was so bad, that we literally scraped our toppings off the crust and ate just the toppings (though we both were in need of something to take the after taste out of our ouths after we left). The thing that bothered us ost is that the OWNER walked past our table more than once and saw what we had done and never querried us. If the man was truly interested in serving the gluten free community, we are the people he needed to ask. We are not new to being GF, nor are we rarely eat outters/ Before we went GF we were, simply put, foodies. This is a place to avoid if you have celiac. He clearly is just going with the current fad of gluten free dining, no real care in providing a good meal for those of us who truly need the GF meal.
96 Old Las Vegas Hwy, Santa Fe, NM 87508
My husband swears he has never eaten a tastier enchilada in his life. He also got to try a new GF beer (New Planet) and he really liked it. I ate the build your own GF pizza and it was delicious. We shared a Tres Leches cake, something we have never seen in our 12+ years of being GF and it was delicious.
540 Montezuma Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501
The staff was very knowledgeable about celiac. Our waitress herself was gluten free. Our meals were fantastic. Our only regret is that we ordered the half portions instead of the full.