I went here the other day after finding out they had gf fries! Super excited and asked about it at the drive thru, explained I had celiac and the woman confirmed they were fried in separate oil. Got the fries and left and as I pulled out my third fry I realized it was a fried onion ring... The man who gave me the food didn't seem like he cared what he was handing customers as long as they paid and left. I don't trust them and probably won't go back to that location again unless they do something about informing the staff better and adding more options for people with celiac.
The burgers are cooked in the same kitchen but do not touch items with gluten. I can not guarantee that nuggets and fires are cooked in separate fryers.
They don’t give you enough lettuce to wrap around your burger. When there is no bread around you burger you realize how poor there meat is.
The service is poor and they are usually understaffed, which means the drive through will be closed.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
We've heard good things about Burger King so we decided to give our local one a try.
We were very impressed by the woman who took our order at the counter. She was knowledgeable about Celiac and knew how to properly enter the order as an allergy. She also notified the manager who in turn notified the kitchen staff.
This location has a separate fryer for the French fries so we were able to order them. Keep in mind this varies by location so you need to ask first to be sure.
Everything we ordered was prepared correctly and we had no issues at all. While we are bigger fans of Five Guys and Wendy's, we'll definitely consider Burger King again, especially when traveling.
BK website states french fries are safe assuming separate fryer is used. After the confused server verified with the manager if the fries were cooked in a separate fryer, we ordered some. We got half way through then found a breaded onion ring at bottom of the container.