Gluten free items are marked on the menu which is a plus but I requested the gluten free eggs Benedict and it arrived with the regular biscuit. Unfortunately I didn't realize wasn't gluten free until I took a bite. They replaced my meal with the GF version but their lack of attention to detail concerns me and I doubt I'll return.
Gluten and wheat are treated separately by their menu. menu has mixed messages about the actual gluten free-ness of items. some wait staff have poor understanding of what contains gluten. manager wasn't sure and was going to check labels. yikes.
the people are excellent, however in my view the corporation isn't helping them out with clear information
I've eaten at Red Robins around the country but it seems it's been luck of the draw.
they do have a GF bun the rest is unclear
I'm not sure why the other reviews say there are not GF options because I had a great experience. I had the filet mignon with a great wine sauce, green beans and corn. Felt great afterwards and I do have celiac.
if you have celiac, don't bother. One salad is gluten free and that's it. There are many items on the menu that could be easily made gluten free, but I'm guessing they know they have lots of cross contamination.
Giving it 4 stars because the salad portions are too small for $13-$14 salads, but they are delicious. I had the chicken curry salad and my husband had the shrimp salad (only 4 shrimp). Went back for breakfast and it was really good!! Had a ham omelet with caramelized onions and cheddar cheese...finally got some great gluten free breakfast potatoes too!