Yum- definitely the best fries!! 10/10 would recommend
I don't think I'll go back to this location again. They cook the burgers with regular hamburger buns on the grill. They use the same spatula. And they don't care. I talked to the manager, who would not do anything differently. I got a belly ache. I thought the fries were limp and greasy. The burger was dry. And, once again, I got a belly ache. The Boise Fry Company locations used to be careful in the past. But now I notice the staff lack knowledge of cross contamination and quite frankly act like they don't care. They go through the elaborate motion of asking whether they really need to be careful, but don't follow through with actually doing so. They change gloves but put the burger bun on same surface as other buns, etc. They now put all buns on the grill instead of using a toaster for the regular buns (they used to only allow gluten free buns on the grill). They also use the same spatula for all buns. I just think they need to educate their employees better. I'd say be careful. I think it varies by staff member.
Not Celiac safe. The hush puppies are fried in the same frier as French fries. Kinda defeats the point as it is a "fry" company ;) Also, they make no precautions to prepare gf food separately. I tried to order a couple times. Both times the staff were not trained on safe gf procedures and gave conflicting information.
Best burgers and fries in town! Gluten free buns and only fries in the fryer so they are celiac safe. I've never had a problem here.
Great seasoned bison burger with tasty homemade pickles, tomatoes, onions and cabbage wrap since I got mine in a bowl. They do have GF buns too. Amazing sweet potato fries. All fries are cooked in peanut oil. Lots of GF dipping sauces for fries and lots of different salts for fries.
The food is good, but I’d expect some cross contamination. They toast their regular buns on the same grill as all the burgers. It’s a shame. I used to love this chain. They used to keep it all separate. This is the second location I’ve tried. They do carry a gluten free bun and claim the fryer is dedicated. I’ll just stick to the fries and root beer float if I come back. I also thought it was really expensive.
The night I was there, staff was two young men playing loud all-rock music. It was hard to communicate with them and I quickly became uncomfortable asking for details about the food, especially the many sauce options. Burger was meh, fries were thick, which is not my favorite. This could be someone else's 'go-to' spot, but not for me.
This place is great; the buns are gluten free, But not dairy free. They have dedicated fryers and a variety of potato types; I had the purple potatoes and they were delicious. They taste just as good as regular potatoes but they are anti-inflammatory and packed with antioxidants.
Fabulous!!! It has been so long since I've had a cheeseburger and fries. I had the Laura potatoes and would recommend. I followed the suggestion and ordered the Brussel Sprouts and was not disappointed. The sauce to dip them in was out of this world. I will make this a must on my next trip to Boise.
Great and knowledgeable staff. They know to ask if you have an allergy when you request gluten free and change out their gloves to avoid cross contamination. They have gluten free buns, gluten free beer, and a dedicated fryer for the fries. Definitely recommend.
Excellent burgers and fries! The bison burger was delicious and well seasoned. They have gf buns, but I opted to just have them put my burger in a bowl with lettuce and the other toppings. Had the po' balls which were good, but I liked the curly fries more. We also shared some of the fried brussel sprouts and we really enjoyed those. There are 6 or 7 different sauces for the french fries which are all labeled with gf and vegan. There are also some different salts which are labeled as well. I tried all the sauces and went back for more garlic aoili and spicy fry sauce!