Reviews on Fast Food food in Apex, North Carolina, United States. Apex is a town in Wake County, North Carolina and a suburb of Raleigh, North Carolina. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the town's population to be 43,907 as of July 1, 2014. Apex is known for being the home of Benjamin Roberts.
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% 100 VEGAN- for the uninitiated, this means whatever you order from Vegan Community Kitchen do not contain any animal-derived products- including meat, seafood, dairy, eggs and honey. What you will find are flavorful, plant-powered, tasty and every bit a
Passionate chef of this new restaurant prepares her own saitan from green lentils. The side salads are changing accord to the seasonal vegetables. Macaroni and cheese is vegan and gluten free. Loved the baklava. So crunchy and fresh. The staff is very helpful and attentive.
4 based on 16 reviews
I attended a meeting that was catered by Firehouse Subs. They have nice presentation boxes with a variety of subs, salad, dressings, and desserts. The subs were fresh, cut into about 3 inch sizes with good choices of breads, meats and toppings. The salad was fresh with lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and onions. While it was all good, start with the cookies or brownies first!
4 based on 12 reviews
Pictures say 1,000 words, look at the photos I uploaded here. The dining room was filthy, the drink and condiment station was disgusting, dirty and the employees could care less. The teenager manning the cash register was very rude and copped an attitude when we tried to use a Qdoba coupon, he questioned the validity of it and displayed an aggressive and combative demeanor. If you want to eat in a digusting dining room and be waited on by rude employees not worthy of your time, eat at Qdoba in Apex, NC. Again, look at my photos as they tell you what this Qdoba thinks cleanliness means.
We usually enjoy dining at Five Guys for the great hamburgers and fries. This visit was the exception. Although the portion of fries was generous more than half of the fries were hard and burnt to a crisp which was disappointing. The hamburger buns were hard, dry and stale - another disappointment. The restaurant seemed dirty and the employees less than enthused about their work. I question whether this restaurant is depending on the reputation of the Five Guys chain for business. If their meals continue to be as we experienced I am certain business will drop off.
I frequent two diff Subways and I've noticed the quantity of meat and "fixins" is going down. Even when I ask for extra black olives (for example) they still only put about 10 on the whole sandwich. Things are getting skimpy at subway. I bet I haven't gotten more than 4 subs in 4 months... too many other places with DRIVE THRU where I can get a healthly lunch for a good value.
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