BK2

Reviews


  • Claim Jumper

    1 starsDecember 19, 2014

    29540 Rancho California Road, TEMECULA, CA

    let me start by saying the service was pretty good. the food on the other hand wasn't. I ordered a pasta that had bacon in it and I asked for it to be removed they don't tell me that they can't take it out because it is in the sauce till I am supposed to get it. so I just said forget it I will just stick to the house salad that I had, which had wilted lettuce. we were getting another gf pasta anyways. so we waited and when that finally came out it had 3 big tortalinni in it so I right away asked the waiter and he said he was pretty sure it was gf but it he would check. so he comes back and says that the tortalinni was NOT GF but everything else was. I told him I still can't eat it I will get extremely sick because you can't mix wheat with a GF meal. so I didn't eat any of it. then after a few min I remember that is was supposed to be gf penne pasta but the pasta was bow tie. I personally have never seen GF bow tie pasta. so long story short I will NOT BE returning. they need some serious training in GF or something.

  • George's Corner Restaurant

    4 starsDecember 01, 2014

    2 W St George Blvd, St George, UT 84770

    it was very good. :-) they have a GF veggie burger. it was very good. the non GF people with me really liked it too. our server was celiac as well.

  • Custom Fuel

    4 starsNovember 09, 2014

    1747 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006

    Very good pizza and salad. I like that you can build your own. crust was decent not the worst. but not the best I have had. but I felt kinda robed the gf pizza had a $2 add up and it is about have the size of a normal pizza. I am normally fine with an add up. but this time I don't think 2 was right. maybe $1 instead. If your really cautious about contamination I would try some other place there are pizza crumbs all over the counters. hope this help.

  • Roti

    1 starsNovember 07, 2014

    955 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024

    let me started by saying they have a GF pita. when I walked up I asked and they said they did so I ordered that. I asked if the falafel was gf too cause I am vegetarian. the guy said it was so I continued down the line and then a lady said it wasn't they all went back and forth for a little bit and came up with the final decision that it wasn't gf. so because I didn't want just rice I walked a way. it could be a fine place if you eat meat. I will not be back.

  • zpizza

    3 starsSeptember 08, 2014

    121 E Memory Ln, D-3, Santa Ana, CA 92706

    Pizza was ok. It was very greasy, both vegan and non vegan.

  • Cheesecake Factory

    2 starsSeptember 08, 2014

    7871 Edinger Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    I have eaten at 3 different locations and gotten sick every time. I ordered pasta the last 2 times and they both came out with Gluten noodles. The 2nd time I caught it before eating. they were nice about it. But it was kinda frustrating to me because I told the waiter that I would get very sick if I ate it and she said she would tell the chef to be careful. The GF menu is a good size and has good options. The food was good besides the fact that I got sick. There chefs could use more training on GF. If you are risky enough it has good food. Just becareful. Hope this helps

  • Zio's Italian Kitchen

    1 starsJuly 09, 2014

    20380 U.S. 59, Humble, TX 77338

    The salad was not good at all. It seemed as it had been frozen. The pasta was alright but I got sick after so I will not be going back to this restaurant.

  • Real Food Daily

    1 starsJuly 06, 2014

    1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045

    I am review the real food daily at lax. I can't say for the on in LA as I haven't been there. The one at lax has HORRIBLE service and outrageous prices. I would only eat here if I absolutely had no other option. I would rather have a bag of chips then deal with the service again.

  • RioVida

    5 starsApril 04, 2014

    17515 - 100 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5S2S2

    I coulnt get over how "real" the buns from here tasted. They are amazing. All of the food that I have tried from here is wounderful. The people that were working there were extremely nice as well. I highly recommend. I have NEVER had bread this good since going gf.

  • Pizza Cookery

    4 starsMarch 22, 2014

    6209 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

    They had very good gluten free pizza. I was so happy to get bread sticks also and they were good. :-) They had a good size GF menu also.

  • Moo Creamery

    3 starsMarch 20, 2014

    4885 Truxtun Ave, Bakersfield, CA 93309

    This place had decent food. They have gf batter to fry things in but it was very greasy and they fried it in the same fryer as everthing else. The portions were extrealy small for the price paid. I had a grilled cheese sandwich which was $9 it was small and it didnt even come with fries. I dont think we will be be back any time soon.

  • Zorbaz

    4 starsMarch 02, 2014

    714 Lake Ave, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501

    very good gf pizza I In the area

  • Just Grains

    5 starsFebruary 21, 2014

    23 4th Street South, Moorhead, MN 56560

    This place is very good. :-)

  • Nothing but Noodles

    5 starsNovember 27, 2013

    1605 Elizabeth Ave, Charlotte, NC 28204

    This place was amazing. It tasted like a four star restaurant and it was cheap. :-) Very good portion sizes also. It was to much to eat in one sitting.

  • Egg Harbor Cafe

    2 starsNovember 20, 2013

    140 E Wing St, Arlington Heights, IL 60004

    They have a gluten free menu. It is a decent size. I ordered the GF cinnamon roll breakfast expecting a good size roll. It was very small and the eggs and potatoes were also small in portion size. Very disappointed.

  • 3 Squares Restaurant

    1 starsNovember 07, 2013

    12690 Arbor Lakes Parkway North, Maple Grove, MN 55369

    BEWARE. According to all the reviews I saw about this place they had good gf options so we went. they have options, but they dont understand what gf is, so you might get gluten in your meal. they just replace wheat noodles for rice noodle into there regular meals or gf breads for normal breads. They have a veggie patty and insisted 3 times (once on the phone when calling to ask and twice at the restaurant) that it was gf. after questioning them on it they told us it was a morningstar brand patty. morning star does NoT make gf products so I asked them to read the package and they said they didnt think it was gluten free after that. so I odered the mac and cheese with the gluten free option. after one bite, I could tell there was wheat in it. It made me ill. although they substituted rice noodles for the wheat noodles, the sauce they use is still made with a wheat flour. the food tastes very good but just be warned they do not really know what it means to make a dish gluten free.