Good food. No reaction. Fast service
Gluten free was clearly marked on the menu but staff seems very uneducated. They glutened me HARD with a plain yoghurt and fruit. Server Patricia couldn't have cared less about my celiac statement before ordering, I should have left then but I thought "how can they possibly f*ck up a fruit cup?". I even went over cross-contamination with her and she was just vacant and unresponsive, but we had limited time to eat as one of us had a flight to catch and couldn't re-situate ourselves. She offered me a gluten free English muffin but they cook it in the same spot as the regular muffins so they're rendered not gluten free and I don't think they should be allowed to mark it on the menu as gluten free. Within minutes of eating (I have a very fast response) I was vomiting and had diarrhea, which is great right before a 4 hour drive home. Thanks for ruining the end of my trip and the next 2 weeks, Patricia.
I am GF/DF, GF items are listed in the menu. they had a GF English muffin that was good, even my friend had it! I was very surprised when the waiter brought the cook out because I asked about my eggs and hashbrowns to not be cooked in butter as I am dairy free too. they made my food seperate as it took a little longer to make. I was really surprised at how accommodating they were and I thanked them for that. it's now several hours later and I feel great with no issues! I will be back! they don't have a dedicated area in the kitchen but I felt they did their best with my requests.
What I liked about Denny's is how they already have GF labels on the menu making it easier for us to know exactly what you can eat. I also let the waitress know my situation and they took good care of my skillet, which was delicious.
Dennys now has items marked Gluten free, but the training is not there yet. My salad came with croutons, which I didn't notice until I had started eating. Already feeling it. Asked if the croutons were gluten free, the waitress said the cook said they were ok for gluten free people, but the manager said no, they are regular bread. They generously offered me 20% off. They should be paying me if they advertise Gluten Free on the menu and screw it up this badly. Cook obviously has not had any good training. They need good standardization from corporate if they are going to be claiming GF on the menu.
Denny's now really welcomes the gluten free community. Their menu is clearly marked which items are gluten free. There are many gluten free items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their special is their gluten free English muffins.
Denny's itself is still Denny's ;-) but they have done a ton to improve their labeling. It's so much easier than before to order gf. The Rome Denny's, however, always has issues - poor staff, construction, credit card machines down, etc etc. but we've had good gf experiences.
Clearly labeled gf items. Cheap and a good amount of food. It's nice to have a good cheap hangover restaurant to go to with my friends that has gf options. They also have glutino gf English muffins which are amazing! Only 4 stars because it isn't really delicious top quality food, but that's not what it is supposed to be. Never had a reaction from the food here and I've had several different gf labeled meals.
I was really impressed!! They had a GF menu and I got to enjoy a delicious breakfast.. I also went thru their dinner options and u can create your own meal.. They also have a GF Quesadilla and Nachos😱😊😊👍🏽 make sure u tell them not 2 cross contaminate it but excellent place.
Their menu is covered in "GF" things which surprised me so I talked to a manager and told him the extent of my allergy and he said he would personally see to it that the kitchen was cleaned. 10 minutes into eating my meal he came back out and asked me if it had been cooked on the clean part... How should I know? He then said he honestly had no idea what gluten was but that he would go recook it for me. Obviously, if I had already eaten it, it was too late.
Great for gluten free breakfast which they all day long. Many Denny's are open 24/7 and are located near major highways. We have eaten at Denny's in many states and never had a problem. Should be added nation wide.
New menu has GF next to gluten free items. They have GF English muffins as well. Make sure you tell them not to toast it with non GF breads. I always ask for a take out container with plastic cutlery even though I'm eating in the restaurant. You can't get dishes or utensils clean enough for a Celiac.
I actually NEVER give bad reviews. But I don't want someone to get sick!! They're were plenty gf options all over the menu... I was so excited. After talking to the waitress, who had no clue about gluten, I realized that everything that they claim is "GF," even their gf English muffins and fries are actually cooked in the same toaster as everything else... MAJOR cross contamination!! :( So, if you have Celiac, like I do, or even gluten intolerant...Be really careful!!!
Skillets, omelettes, GF english muffins. Milkshakes can be made gluten free if you ask them to make them separately to avoid cross contamination with oreo shakes. Always specify that you have an allergy. I have been eating gluten free at Denny's for years without problems.