When ordering specify you have a Gluten allergy so proper procedures will be in place. I always order a double double protein style ( lettuce wrap) no onion and I tell them I have a gluten allergy ( I have Celiac disease) oh and don't forget the fries yummy. I have never once been sick and I eat there a lot.
They keep it simple.. burgers, fries and drinks. Their fries are made fresh on-site, meaning they cut the potatoes right there in front of you. They only do fries so there is very little chance of cross contamination in that area. As far as I know the sauce is gluten free but they do spread it on the buns with a utensil as opposed to squirting it out of a container so cross contamination is possible there. I have never asked for special treatment of my food but I am sure if asked they would do there best to accommodate special request. I just get mine "protein style" which means no bun (it's wrapped in lettuce). If you are eating in the car I suggest no sauce if doing "protein style" as it does get a little messy.
Fries are completely gf (separate fryer yay!) and not to mention super tasty. I was confused, though-- they told me that their special sauce was not gf but I had previously heard that it was okay for me.. I stayed away just to be cautious. I'm also skeptical about the protein-style burgers because of cross-contamination on the grill. Bottom line: stick with the fries! You'll be satisfied and stay safe.
I have learned to be careful with the grilled onions when ordering my protein style burger. We had to verify that the cashier marked the order appropriately. He had forgotten, and had to go back to tell the cook staff. Otherwise, it was a successful dining out experience.
My husband and i eat here all the time and we LOVEE it! the staff is so sweet and knowledgeable. They always make sure they cook and put our food separate. And we usually get the same treatment no matter witch in n out we go to! Their always my go to stop no matter where I am even if we're traveling out of town!
Yummy food! I've heard everything but buns are gluten free, even the special sauce which is like 1000 Island dressing. Confirmed from the corporate headquarters. I got the double burger, 2 meats and 2 cheese in a lettuce wrap, protein style, no bun. Fries are good, add a bit more salt.
In-N-Out has some of the best lettuce wraps--order your burger "protein-style, allergy to wheat," and they'll type it in your order, change gloves, wash spatulas, and keep your food in a separate bag. The fries are already gluten-free, because they fry ONLY fries in that fryer, away from the buns. *You cannot get grilled onions without cross-contamination, so if you go animal-style, ask for no onions unless your problem is milder than celiac. Never had a problem, and I've been going to them for over two years.
Order it protein style to get it wrapped in lettuce. (I also like it "animal style" for extra flavor on the meat.) The fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer. Only the buns have gluten (and if you ordered a malt, it would too), so eliminate them and you can get what you want. The fries tend be a little undercooked for me, so I get them cooked "well done", but that's a personal choice.
Moved here from CA where I regularly relied on In-N-Out for my fast food option. The Culebra location went above and beyond by asking me how I wanted everything bagged (I was ordering for my entire family in which I'm the only gluten free person). The employee even let me know that they changed their gloves to prepare my order. I was impressed! Make sure you specify that you have a gluten allergy when you order your protein style burger! ENJOY!
Get the Flying Dutchman ! Two pieces of meat sandwiched between two pieces of cheese it skips the bread station ALLL together ask for a packet of spread and contamination should not be present as long as you make a big deal about Allergic. Not life choice. I pile my fries on top and go to town.
This place has a very high potential of cross contamination. They use the same spatula to spread the "secret sauce" on to the buns as the do on the fries. They spread, put it back in, spread, put it back in. Therefore causing traces of gluten enough to make a celiac person sick in our food. I got super sick after eating animal style fries and my fiancé figured out it was from the spatula. This should be removed from the list
We love In-N-Out. It is the only fast food that we find as GF. We obsessively repeat "wheat allergie" with every item. In this location, when I said "wheat allergie" they corrected me to gluten allergy. Nice! Took the order and shouted to the kitchen that a gluten sensitivity order is coming. I wish more fast food chains were this awesome!
Safest fast food place for a gluten free burger. I get double double protein style, their sauce is gluten free. I let them know of my allergy and they will use different gloves, utensils, and grill. They're very careful handling any "allergy" orders
Be careful about the special sauce- they spread on using a spatula. I order with ketchup instead. They have had a few celiac employees over the years, so they're better than most at helping. They can put an allergy alert on your order to notify the kitchen to change gloves. My husband isn't gf, so we order our food "in separate reds" so our food doesn't touch and undo their work!
#3 protein style! Awesome!
order the burger without yhe bun of course. but the reason I love coming to any In N Out is the dedicated fryer. I love the French fries, the potatoes are cut and fried fresh daily, order em animal style & you get thrm with there special sauce and grilled onions. I was diagnosed with celiac disease 5 years ago & have never been sick from In N out.
In N Out is one of my favorite places to eat because it's just so easy. One of the huge stumbling blocks for me having celiac was losing the ability to just roll up to somewhere and get something to eat quick. In N Out is one of the few places where I can roll through a drive through and feel confident in eating safely. Ask for your burger "protein style" and they'll wrap it in lettuce for you. Fries are safe because they're the only thing being fried- no breaded fried foods at In N Out!
This is my go-to place if I need something to eat in town. Make sure you tell them you have a gluten allergy (not just that you want it lettuce wrapped). They will change their gloves and have one person make it. Animal style/grilled onions is not safe (contamination). And their sauce is not safe due to contamination. I order without sauce then ask for a few packets of sauce. Enjoy!! :)