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White Castle Complaint - Never Again!

Review by rhb on 2009-10-14
COLUMBUS, OHIO -- Why the hell is it so hard these days to be able to get what you pay for. I just don't get it. You need to change your slogan!!! To maybe, our employees don't give a crap! I will never waste my money in your restaurants again. How hard is it to make food that is already premade! All you do is push a button or re-heat. Your food made me sick!!!!!!!!

The founders would roll over these days if they tasted your crap!!!!
Comments:10 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-10-16
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-14:
Details?
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-14:
How hard is it to describe exactly what happened?
Posted by beanbagbritches on 2009-10-14:
Their hamburgers are way too onion-y.
Posted by clutzycook on 2009-10-14:
They don't call 'em "sliders" for nothing, LOL.
Posted by DigitalCommando on 2009-10-14:
Are those size-challenged wannabe's still 25 cents each? I have not downed one of those suckers in years.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-14:
They don't got any in az, I buy the frozen ones. Not as good as the real thing I bet.
Posted by old fart on 2009-10-14:
I would KILL for a bag of those little devils... food of the Gods..!
Posted by Starlord on 2009-10-14:
White Castles are not premade, any more thqan any hamburger patty is premade. I do agree that Uncle Billy is turning over in his grave, but that is because of the directions the company has taken since his death. Uncle Billy would never have put a White Castle in a gas station/convenience store, as they did in Richmond, IN. When I worked there, they had the very best spicy brown mustard, purchased from Sysco, that really made the burger. As far as too onion-y, that was developed in the beginning, in 1924, and made WC what it became. I always figured don't mess with success. You don't like onions? Fine, go buy your burgers somewhere else. No burger has ever been copied more than the White Castle Slyder. White Towers, Crystal, and many others too numerous to mention. If I had the timeI would fill you in on what it was like under Uncle Billy. In anything, there will be those who love, those who hate, and that middle ground who just don't care. I happen to be a lover of those little two-bite burgers that some just can't live without. Wallyworld, I agree, the frozen ones are another thing Uncle Billy would never have okayed. I can't wait to go back East, so I can stop at St. Louis and buy a couple of bags, and a Thermos of their coffee, unless they have ruined it also.
Posted by azspots on 2009-10-16:
No such thing as too onion-y on a burger.

No White Castles in Az., frozen ones are missing the grease and the fresh little gob of chopped up onions....I, too would kill for a bag of these little greasy fellers ;)
Posted by JR in Orlando on 2009-10-16:
Give me a slider or two.

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