They have a menu upon request that has allergens listed. Also on this menu is their items for people with gluten sensitivity. The menu can be somewhat confusing but at least I know what I can and can't have
** Updated: returned based on last visit. i guess our first visit was a fluke unfortunately. Don't bother going if you have kids that have limited options. I going to give them a positive rating. I was happy to learn of the new "gluten sensitive menu". It is also clear that the staff is still new to this concept. The server actually told me corn syrup had gluten, so I did have to correct her. I think with more training, they will get better educated staff but it's a positive start. We waited a long time for our food only to be told they were out of GF hamburger buns, which they suddenly found more of. It is a rough start, but I appreciate the efforts and hope they continue to improve. We will return!
Really robust processes in place to minimise risk of cross contamination. I feel VERY safe eating here. The GF options aren't extensive. But there's a reasonable choice and variety.
Absolutely the worst experience for a Celiac Diner! Asked 4 different servers who rotated through our station to ensure gf order. Cheeseburger delivered with regular roll. Questioned server who assured me it was gf as ordered. Not convinced, because it was toasted, I asked manager who confirmed it was not gf. This is a reckless and dangerous mistake! I hope the manager and franchise owner take a good look at their allergy awareness program. Perhaps managers should serve gf dishes from the kitchen to ensure this doesn't happen to any other unsuspecting celiac diners.
My service was excellent. The menu is a GLUTEN SENSITIVE menu instead of GF but I took my chances. So far, no reaction. Server brought me what he thought was pure melted butter but it had some kind of thickener in it that he could not identify so I sent it away. My meal was delicious. If I get though the next 30 minutes without a reaction I might increase my rating. Time will tell.
They DO NOT have a gluten free/ celiac free menu. This place should not be on here. They hand you a gluten sensitive menu that states that it is not a gluten free facility and all foods are made on the same grills. The only reason I am rating this place a one star is because you have to rate 1 -5 zero is not an option.
They stated I was ordering a GS meal (claim right on their menu) and I made sure to get a very positive answer that it was GF completely from our server. Well let's just say 15 hours later and I have spent most of those in the bathroom being violently ill. Obviously their claims don't extend past the menu into the kitchen. I am guessing cross contamination was the culprit. Dine with caution.
I had the shrimp and chicken from the gf menu. I was so sick! More cheese than vegetables. Ordered a side order of spinach $3.20, and there was lots of cheese on that. I didnt want to be a bother with asking questions. Big mistake. Next time I won't assume it ok. The price for that error was too steep!
"We don't do gluten-free, only gluten-SENSITIVE"
The menu is for 'gluten sensitive' people and they gave me the allergy list twice when I asked for the gluten free menu. The waiter screwed up my order and I almost ate a regular bun-good thing I made him double check. He blamed the screw-up on him not being gluten free and not being able to relate. Which is total bull. The appetizer is spinach dip served with carrots and celery. The desserts are only ice cream. Dinner choices are limited to salads, burgers, steak, and like two chicken dishes. Very disappointing and very stressful. The sizzling chicken and cheese or chicken and shrimp is very good though.
I was quite impressed with my recent dinner at TGI Fridays. They had a dedicated menu for gluten intolerance. It does state on the menu that they can not guarantee cross contamination doesn't occur based on the use of the kitchen with gluten products. I ordered the chicken breast with cheese and garlic mashed potatoes. My meal came out on a cast iron plate as if they specifically cooked my meal separate from the standard grill with gluten items. The pricing was very reasonable at $11 for the entire meal. Overall, I was very impressed and had no signs of glutenning!
Not alot of options. I chose the turkey burger. It was yummy. As a side I got the tomato, mozza salad which was a very tiny portion but good too. They provided me with a seperate gluten free menu which was helpful. I would give it a 3.5 stars but I couldn't ;)
I noticed they had added a gluten free menu. I tried the ribs, with slaw and potatoes, overall very good (except potatoes). The bartender/server was friendly and informed the kitchen staff about the gluten free request. I had no issues with the food. I only deduct one star as it seems they use boxed potatoes. Oh, they are open and serving food late, around 11:30PM which was great, as I had very few GF options at that time.
Their gluten sensitive menu just came out in the past couple of weeks. I had the Jack Daniel's burger for dinner with mashed potatoes and asked that I have the gluten free bun instead of the regular. From what I have found Jack Daniel's sauce is pretty much gluten free from what people have found. I didn't have any reactions with my sensitivity. They have on the regular menu a symbol for the gluten free items but you can ask for their gluten sensitive menu as well which makes it easier to find the gluten free meals at a glance instead of hunting them down on the bigger menu.
I was in Dallas Ft worth international airport Monday May 19th 2014. I was excited when I read the good reviews for the TGI Fridays in both terminal A and C but I went to the on in terminal D. I didn't have time to sit and eat there so I placed a togo order and when I asked the person working the togo counter how they prepare a gluten free burger (because the menu doesn't say) she told me: "I don't know, I put in gluten free and it comes out gluten free". I told her that this is an allergy for me thinking that they have a code or button for that so they know to change out all of the cutting boards, knives and such but she just kept repeating that she puts gluten free in and it comes out gluten free. I should have walked away at that point but I took the gamble that the people in the back knew what they where doing. When my burger came out with fries I should have left the food and gotten my money back but I didn't have time to go anywhere else. I told her to take out the fries and then I cut the part of the burger off that was touching the fries. I still got sick, I got really sick, I'm still sick from it and its been 4 days. That was the worst glutening I've had in a while. Maybe their regular wait staff know what their doing but their togo people sure don't or maybe I just got their most incompetent employee (she thought wheat was gluten free)
Gluten free or items that can be modified are marked on the menu. Good set of options. I had a strawberry spinach salad with grilled chicken. No gf beers, but wine. :)
Their allergen menu was very hard to follow, because it listed every item separately, with indicators for what allergens were in each item. You have to check for the ones that do not have the wheat symbol. There were very few things that were gluten free, including a steak and shrimp. Even the salads were all marked as containing wheat, and when I asked if that was because of something like croutons which can be removed, the staff had no idea.
they have 4 items on their gf menu, plus sides. two of the options are steaks.
Waitress very knowledgable about gluten free menu. Even knew which of their sauces has wheat
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