DO NOT eat here if you have full blown Celiac. I love the food and service, but I get sick almost - not every - every time I eat here. I suspect it's their fryer; I do ok if I get the burger and no fries or onion rings and stress to them that I get sick from gluten. Beware if they're busy; they mess up orders when they are super busy which is risky for us.
Their fries are AMAZING (try the garlic Parmesan fries!!!!!) However, the burger was underwhelming, very thin burger and bland/ try taste. I bet their sandwiches are good, and I will try the chicken fingers next. (They were also out of onion rings, sweet potato fries, and black bean burgers when we went). I'm not sure if I would call their burgers Celiac Safe, I had a minor reaction. You have to be VERY clear about how you want your burger prepared and go at a time that isn't busy.
I've been okay here sometimes and totally sick others. Once I'm pretty sure it was actual food poisoning, but the other times I think that despite all their best efforts, something got cross-contaminated. They do smart things like leave GF sauces on the side, but as far as I can tell they use the same spatula to transfer burgers to buns of all types so you could easily pick up some bread crumbs that way. I don't eat here anymore.
NOPE NOPE NOPE. The Fremont location either just closed or is about to, so this review is kind of obsolete, but last time I was there, a few months ago, the server gave me a hard time for requesting that they not grill my bun (in the same area as wheat buns), and this past weekend, they gave me a regular wheat bun even though the order said “CELIAC” on it. Hopefully the Capitol Hill location will continue to be celiac safe! 🤞🏼
Years and years ago I had to explain to their server that gluten free buns can’t be toasted in the same toaster as regular buns. I’ve tried a couple times since but due to the fast food nature of the chain with younger workers I just don’t feel safe eating here.
The staff was okay, but I had ordered some fries (which tasted gf) and some chicken tenders (which did not taste gf) at the moment I think I have been cross contaminated because of the terrible stomach pain. I have even asked to make sure it was gluten free multiple times.
They definitely understand celiac and can accommodate it. Make sure you let them know so they can mark the receipt, change gloves, etc. I love that we can get chicken tenders and onion rings here without worry!
I ordered a Chicken burger on Gluten Free bun along with a chicken burger on regular bun for my friend. I took the order along with fries, onion rings, and drinks to my friends place. I looked at both sandwiches and picked the one that I thought had a different bun. Neither were made on a GF bun and the chicken patty was tiny, flat and so dry. I didn’t realize it wasn’t GF until 2 bites in. I asked my friend if we could compare the buns again and after really looking, they were the same bun (and his patty was better looking). At least I had fries and onion rings to eat, but they were a bit soggy. What is really disappointing is that I sent them an email last week and have not heard anything in return. A week later I am finally start to feel a little better. I won’t be returning. I also eliminated the Alki location off my list when they ran out of GF bread and offered sourdough as an alternative.
I’ve had good experiences here but the past couple have been bad. The second to last time we went I asked for a gluten free bun and told the cashier I had Celiac and to include it on the kitchen ticket (in the past the cashier has asked) and she said she didn’t know what that meant and asked what I’m allergic to🙄. This time I got my usual gluten free bun and waffle fries that claim to be gf and fried in dedicated frier and I am sicker than I have been in a while. I’ve never experienced symptoms from cc, and I am up in the middle of the night extremely sick. If you are highly sensitive and reactive to cc, do not eat here.
This place was so good that we went back the next day! I got gf chicken tenders and onion rings. My husband got the fries and I tried them and they were great too, but man the onion rings are so good. Fried chicken was amazing as well. All dedicated fryer so no worries. Also affordable!
Came here twice and both times my order has been wrong. The most recent time the bun they gave me was NOT gluten free. I'm not willing to take the chance that everything else will be ok even if the bun is gluten free, given the track record so far.
The cook and the person at the counter seemed well aware for what was gluten free. I had no reactions. Burger was decent. Fries and onions rings are listed as gluten free and they told me they use a dedicated fryer. Again I had no problems. A little too expensive however
I love close by and was very excited to have a celiac safe restaurant. Unfortunately I get sick every time I eat there. I tested the food with a sensor once and it showed there was gluten in the food. The owner sent a gift card in the mail, but when I went back the food still had gluten in it when tested with a sensor. Unfortunate because the food was great!
Almost all of their fried items are gluten-free! We had gluten-free chicken tenders, onion rings (haven't had those in YEARS!), and garlic parmesan fries. Everything was delicious and the service was amazing. I would definitely recommend this place!
Fantastic cheeseburgers and fries. Be sure to try their GF onion rings- they're hand cut, battered and fried to perfection. Delish, not overly pricey, I mean it IS Seattle! The place was clean, service fast, and employees very friendly!
Mall of their fried foods are gf. This is the place to go if you want gf onion rings. They also have a gf veggie patty, which is rare. Their gf buns are the worst I've ever eaten. They are soggy and fall apart, and they don't taste great either. But it's nice to not have to worry about cross contamination.
Decent food? Yes. Gluten Free? NO The fryer is GF and they have gf buns but the cooks use the same gloves to handle all of the food, gf or not. Maybe I need to ask them to change gloves but I was explicit about wanting a GF order with GF sauces.
I came with all 4 of my family members, we had the Bleu Shroom burger, the Blue Hawaiian burger, grilled cheese, while I built my own burger- GF bun with a beef patty, American cheese, cherry smoked bacon, and lettuce. :) They were FULL of flavor & the buns were AMAZINGLY chewy! Our sides included cheese fries & garlic/parm cheese fries. They were fantastic as well! The owner (I believe she was) is Celiac, and so am I. She was very knowledgeable. We will be back hands down. Quick service too. YUM!!! :)
Start with a gluten-free bun, then you can choose from beef, turkey, salmon or vegetable patty and from there it's all about what you are up for that day. Classic burger with ketchup and mustard, or maybe one of their signature burgers like The Code Blue – two beef patties, cheddar cheese, bacon and peanut butter. Add fries and a milk shake and you will likely reach your limit for the day.
Very knowledgable staff. They have two out of three fryers dedicated as gluten free. I did not try the burgers but wish I'd had! I ordered some fries and tater tots and shared an order of gluten free chicken tenders with my partner.
Garrett working behind the counter was extremely helpful in answering questions and had great suggestions. I have traveled across the country trying every burger place that came along and had gluten free options and this is by far my favorite! All of the burgers and all of the sides could be made gluten free. The buns were soft and chewy and held up to the heaps of toppings and super juicy burgers. The tater tots and sweet potato fries were crisp, hot, and all around tasty! So glad to have found a place that is actually gluten free friendly.
Delicious hamburgers, French fries and onion rings (that's right ONION RINGS) that are gluten free! Not a huge fan of the gf bun but it was worth it because the hamburger was very good. Also have tater tots, chicken fingers and grilled cheese. I would recommend to anyone gf who want some fried food!