Staff not knowledgeable, had non gluten free cornbread on too of meal, they did replace. However not worth the cross contamination risk
I wanted to love this place, but that changed when I got home and realized there was a cornbread muffin right on top of my 'gluten free' food. (I should've checked my bag before I left, but I did specifically ask for no cornbread because I have to avoid gluten) The foods are all also in a buffet heater, nearly touching, which would make it extremely difficult to avoid cross contamination.
I get the original chicken & mashed potatoes. Haven't had any issues.
Ate there recently, no reaction! Website had most updated list of non-gluten containing menu items. Gave it 4 stars as staff is not trained in safe procedures, but were compliant with my requests. Even offered to substitute an extra side for the cornbread.
One of three go to place that are safe for me. I am on a strict gluten free diet.
Change gloves and utensils to prevent cross contamination
Excellent chicken, potatoes and vegetables
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Been eating at Boston Market for years, you can get rotisserie chicken, or Turkey - AND their poultry gravy is gluten free! (It is a golden light brown color, their beef gravy is not gluten free, it's a dark brown color). Several sides are GF, and obvious which ones are not (eg stuffing and Mac & cheese are not). IMPORTANT: if ordering an individual meal, ask the server: "oh and please no corn bread, I'm allergic" or else they will put it on the plate automatically. There is always the possibility for cross contamination, but I've never gotten sick here ever, and their GF containing sides and bread aren't very near to the GF ones.