Restaurant review: Sabertooth Food Co...

Restaurant review: Sabertooth Food Co. offers tasty meals for hungry visitors, bar patrons

There are 2 comments on the El Paso Times story from Aug 22, 2014, titled Restaurant review: Sabertooth Food Co. offers tasty meals for hungry visitors, bar patrons. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

The Sabertooth Food Co. at 4012 N. Mesa opened in October of last year, offering a diverse menu that includes Mexican, Mediterranean and vegetarian dishes.

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Larry Grover

El Paso, TX

#1 Aug 22, 2014
Well this place was a bust. I went there with high hopes because I love me a good gyro. I can't get enough of that tasty lamb smothered in tzatziki sauce on a warm pita. I knew I was in trouble when I took the first bite, however, because my stomach started rumbling and soon I had terrible flatulence. I was determined to finish my meal since I was paying for it so I soldiered on, farting and belching the whole time. When I took the last bite, I was unable to hold it any more and had to run like a bat out of hell to the crapper. I sat on the bowl for the next 30 minutes with terrible runs and smells. When I finally finished and returned to my table, someone had stolen my baklava! I was incensed and began cursing a blue streak, demanding to find the thief and to talk to the cook who had poisoned me. They accused me to making a mountain out of a mole hill so I stormed out of there and vowed never to return.
five star lunch

El Paso, TX

#2 Aug 22, 2014
Larry Grover wrote:
Well this place was a bust. I went there with high hopes because I love me a good gyro. I can't get enough of that tasty lamb smothered in tzatziki sauce on a warm pita. I knew I was in trouble when I took the first bite, however, because my stomach started rumbling and soon I had terrible flatulence. I was determined to finish my meal since I was paying for it so I soldiered on, farting and belching the whole time. When I took the last bite, I was unable to hold it any more and had to run like a bat out of hell to the crapper. I sat on the bowl for the next 30 minutes with terrible runs and smells. When I finally finished and returned to my table, someone had stolen my baklava! I was incensed and began cursing a blue streak, demanding to find the thief and to talk to the cook who had poisoned me. They accused me to making a mountain out of a mole hill so I stormed out of there and vowed never to return.
Gustavo Reveles Acosta never met a meal he didn't like. NEVER!

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