The dedicated fryer is nice. GF bun is decent. Decent burger. Staff education seems pretty good, and checking with a manager is always a good idea. Been here 3 times now and haven't been sick once.
Has GF items on menu. Host and waiter both were knowledgable about the importance of safety. Burger was one of the best I have had.
They told me straight up that all they have GF is their buns, and everything else is cross-contaminated. No dedicated fryer, no GF menu.
Non-existent. Just buns.
No menus, either. You have to go online to find their menu.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Soooo disappointed in Boomerjacks! This used to be one of my go-to safe places, but when we walked in last night they had a new menu. The first thing I noticed was that they did not have items marked GF. The super-friendly server told us that they had recently changed their menu and were no longer noting things as GF because they were no longer able to control cross contamination. I asked her to check in the kitchen to see if fries and wings were still being cooked in a dedicated fryers and she came back and said they had changed things around and everything was cross contaminated now. I am appreciative that they were honest and upfront, but still disappointed that we have lost a restaurant that our family loved because it was too much trouble for them to continue to serve safe gluten free items.
They have recently changed the menu and there are no longer GF indicators on the menu nor was our server familiar with what was or was not GF. They do still have GF buns and fries, but that is about it.
Started feeling sick today after eating here. I took leftovers home and tested my food with my Nima Sensor and gluten was found. I called and the manager, Steve, told me he was sorry but they are gluten sensitive not gluten free. I won’t be eating here again, not safe for Celiacs. **I now go to the Grapevine location. They are much more attentive and understanding, I’ve never had a problem!!