Stopped by to get gasoline. Went inside for a snack. I bought 2 Dr Peppers. They have a variety of food. In the back they have hot cooked food. They have healthy snacks also. The casher seemed new. She was very friendly. When I am in the area I will stop by.
Haven’t been here in a while. This place used to have a great taco/food section. Their food made me sad to look at it, and majority of the employees were too busy in conversation or on the phone.
Stopped in for a quick bite and break .. so much for quick.. took nearly 10 minutes for someone to come to help at the food counter, during which time we saw a basket of rolls setting on the counter,, in reach of anyone nearby, (sneezes and all).. flies were on them to. Thought maybe it was just for show, nope, these were the ones they were serving.. we went ahead and got chicken strips, minus the rolls and of course they charged full price. we were also happy we didn't get the spicy ones as the supposed regular ones were way more spicy than one would expect..
FYI 5 days ago and still no reply. I bought a gift card from their gift card display and was initially told that only managers knew how to activate them and no managers were on duty. When I pushed the issue I found out another employee the knew how. Apparently the first young lady didn't want to make the effort to ask for help. The young man who rang us up told me the price was $2.00 more than the gift card. When questioned what the $2.00 was for he said tax. Gift cards are not a taxable item. Stores are not supposed to charge tax on gift cards. Some specific cards can have an activation fee but that's listed on the card/package. It was even printed on this card that there are no activation fees. I questioned him about why Keik Chek was charging tax on a non-taxable item and was told "its above my paygrade". I left a message for someone higher up to let me know if it was a mistake on this employee's behalf or if Kwik Chek is really telling them to charge tax on gift cards but I got no return phone call.
Kwik Chek's deli has enjoyable, flavorful, easy-to-eat, on-the-road foods. If traveling in the morning, the deli serves a satisfying breakfast sandwich. Good pricing on soda fountain refills & chips (stay-awake food). Competitive cost for Copenhagen. This is my primary stop when traveling to or from DFW Metroplex. It's a good distance for a first-time bladder-break out of Paris. This Kwik Chek has Exxon as a business companion. The manager was nervous about my taking inside photos till I explained about Google Maps. Of course I'll be back.
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