While it was pretty special to see a completely gluten free menu, we went there for dinner and the food itself was disappointing. The entrée was so small (& over priced) that I was still hungry afterwards. We had a $100 gift card and it was spent after 2 entrées, 2 (small and mostly ice) drinks, and 1 dessert. The chocolate cake was heavenly; the best part of the meal. Would I eat dinner there again? Probably not. Maybe brunch would be better…
Wish i had read reviews. Ordered takeout while staying near Disney to take a break from park prices. Ordered two GF pizzas from Eat24. Tasted alright - crust was different than the GF crust you get at most places in SoCal. An hour or so later once I got back to the park I became violently ill. I usually only get minor discomfort from most cross contamination but this was awful. Not worth it for celiacs
They make it clear on their signage this is not a place for celiacs. They do have gf baked goods every day I've been (gf granola, muffins, flourless chocolate cake). They also have almond milk for coffee. A good option for the gluten-sensitive but not celiacs.
My usual standby for a restaurant. The gluten free bun was chewy and tough. The burger tasted like it came out of the freezer. Frys were just so so. I was disappointed, my first bad experience at a Red Robin. However, not bad Glutenwise, but food sucked.
The server was happy to accommodate us, we ordered a gluten free burger, which was just a burger without a bun, but they still put onion rings on it. The server took it back and brought a new burger but it made us a little nervous about their understanding of gluten free options.
Great place. Super aware of allergies. You can eat the fries with no fear whatsoever - they're cooked in peanut oil and they're the only things out in there! The fries are awesome. Can't eat the burgers unless you want it without a bun, but I just get the hot dog without a bun and it's fantastic.