I order the roast beef with no bun and a salad. Most stuff there has gluten, but they have a couple items. They prepare my food separate from the main area.
Potato Cakes & Homestyle Fries* may be cooked in the same oil as Chicken Patties, Crispy Chicken Fillets, Prime Cut™ Chicken Tenders*, Curly Fries, Fish Fillets, Jalapeno Bites®, Loaded Potato Bites®, Mozzarella Sticks, which contain a wheat allergen.
One person changed gloves but several ppl touched our order. I had to watch like a hawk.
The turkey salad (on the website) is no longer available and the current salad (chicken) isn’t listed. They offered to make it turkey instead since they couldn’t confirm if chicken was safe. It was a decent salad. Turkey and bacon were good and I’m feeling ok.
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much
Staff is very helpful and goes out of our way to help you I brought in my own gluten free bread and the used it to accommodate me
Their turkey salad is gluten free and delicious! Also, love their chocolate milkshake!! They have a gluten free menu on their website. Not a lot of options, but convenient if you want to go to a drive-through. I have not had any reactions from their listed options. :)
There’s a list online of all the Arby’s gluten free menu items. At first it looks long, but it’s condiments, dipping sauces, drinks, shakes, 2 salads and.... meats. The fryer is shared, so basically your options are a salad or meat. Staff were accommodating and served my gobbler “sandwich” (turkey, cheese, tomato and lettuce) in a bowl with a lid and the mayo and cranberry relish on the side. The sandwich looked huge on the menu board, and my SO and I shared, so the bread was wrapped separately and served on the side. It was thoughtfully prepared and tasty, but I was still hungry, because let’s face it - 2 oz turkey and a slice of bacon on a lettuce leaf isn’t DINNER- so I ended up with a Jamocha shake. Overall, Arby’s is doable, but not nearly the options that the posting presents.