Although they offer GF buns, I typically don't order burgers from restaurants! I solely went in to have sweet potato fries (they're baked rather than fried, which ensures there's no cross contamination). The fries and home-made ketchup were delicious, a good treat for on-the-go!
Love Bgood- gluten free buns, kale and quinoa bowls, lots of gluten free choices. I've been to at least 6 locations. Some are better run than others. We had a great meal at the Nashua location. They use very high quality ingredients.
One star rating only because no stars isn't an option. Worse burger ever. It was black it was so burned. Not worth $20.
I respect the effort to be gluten free although the public should beware of the fact that B. good has been negligent in regard to undercooking their hamburgers. I was served a raw hamburger not just once but twice! They do not use meat thermometers and burgers are serverd not rare but partially raw (red & cold against tongue). Anyone concerned about HEALTH should be concerned about E. coli and should be concerned about standard health regulations they are not following.....and should not trust that B. Good gets their meet from non-contaminated sources. You can check the city of Boston's health inspection records online and verify that they have had viiolations regarding contamination.
I got a kale and quinoa bowl that was just amazing- it was white bean and rosemary. I loved their options! Gf buns if I wants a burger and fries that are baked!
Typical b good
Staff was sweet, but this was the only thing I ate yesterday, not from my kitchen, and I got sick. Could be cross contamination. Many opportunities for this but the tried. Possibly dust in the air or the fact that they cleaned the vents while prepping food
They advertise a gluten free bun, but didn't tell me there are bread crumbs in the veggie burger until I got there and they had to re-make it with beef. I also have an allergy to soy so maybe there was soy somewhere in what I ordered (I'm usually very careful), but I had the Adopted Luke and my stomach had a reaction.
Love this place! They have gluten free buns and everything on the menu like the salads is marked gluten free. Local and healthy ingredients. The fries are all baked so they are safe to eat as well. When you're ordering the gluten free make sure to tell them celiac or an allergy if they don't ask to ensure special precaution.
I have had two out of three bad experiences in Marlton recently. It depends upon what staff is there. This week, they were short handed and the cooks were yelling at everybody. I saw the Grill guy handle buns and then my food with same gloves even though order clearly stated the gf "allergy". I've seen two different females handle buns and then pat the fries into their envelopes...by hand, with same gloves. They were nice about remaking my meal once, but they truly don't follow their own protocol. I have celiac. It matters.
They do honor gluten free but be aware they don't quite understand what it means to have celiac. I've had sauces "on the side" that contained gluten. Since my sensitivity is mild, I didn't get sick. But still - be aware. The food is fresh and local. Lately it seems of lesser quality but that might have been due to winter?
They were not careful I got so sick on their French fries and milkshake. I'm glad I didn't risk having a burger too. On top of not being careful with cross contamination service was horrible. A bunch of kids seem to run the place while too busy chatting with one another.
Great place. Kitchen Staff is pretty knowledgeable. One if them saved me from eating their bbq burger. Turns out their bbq sauce has soy sauce in it. I have celiacs and am pretty sensitive and I've had no reaction
Some GF options. But hopefully you will get a competent worker. My server had absolutely no idea what I was talking about and made me feel very uncomfortable about eating there. Got the only salad that was GF on the menu and didn't get sick! Will not be back. There are plenty of better options in the area.
Great new GF place with Salads, bowls, burgers and healthy smoothies. This is a welcomed addition to the new eateries on Market st in King of Prussia Town center
GF Udi buns. Upcharge is 99 cents compared to $2 at many other places. Asked if it was allergy or preference when I ordered. Sweet potatoes and regular fries are GF too. Only reason I can't give 5 stars is the fries were room temp when they brought them out and they forgot a shake and had to go back and get it. Will def come back.
I had the West Coast burger on a GF bun and oven fries. The food was decent. They asked about my need for GF and I relayed it was for Celiac Disease. They changed gloves as my food went down the line but celiacs beware, there is a very good chance for cross contamination when they're busy. The food prep line is a crowded assembly line. I watched carefully for missteps so I felt okay eating that day, but I don't k ow that I would chance it all the time. They really need a dedicated space to make to allergy friendly food.
I've been here twice without major incident, but do be sure to double-check your order. Today I requested a turkey burger on a gluten-free bun (clarified when asked that it was an allergy, not a preference) and then received a veggie burger. I'm surprised no one caught that mistake (why would you go through the trouble of verifying an allergy and presumably following special protocol, only to put a veggie patty, which is NOT gluten free, on a gluten-free bun?) Note that I was literally the only person there, so it's not like I grabbed the wrong tray or something. Sweet potato fries were delicious, though! :)
Great find for families-- what celiac kid doesn't like burgers & fries... it's all very organic, so you don't feel too guilty about serving it to your kids. Fries are baked and staff was very careful about changing gloves, etc when making gf plates. Only reason, it's not 5-stars is that I wish it had kid-sizes (some b. good restaurants in CT) do.