You can get burger with a pretty good gf bun with a side salad. That's pretty much it.
They are aware of GF and have the bread but the sides aren't safe.
My waitress Sarah was knowledgable on what other people who needed Gluten Free had ordered in the past. She was able to tell me what on the menu was safe, and what I could enjoy. She even went the extra mile when my bun had a malfunction and fell apart, to get me another one. I will be back for another delicious burger on a gluten free bun.
New owners. No gluten free protocol. Bread, burgers, etc. all done on same grill. No options. Manager was honest about not knowing anything about food prep. I’m here with kids who can eat gluten, so they’re eating. I’m having a diet soda, and my emergency tuna when I get back to the car! Been coming here for 12 years. No longer possible.
Service was slow, they didn't get my drink order, and was given a bag despite ordering dine in. More importantly, I can normally handle a small amount of cross contamination, but I got very sick after eating here. Definitely don't go here if your allergy is more severe.
I went here because of the GF buns! Very delicious! I'm giving it 2 stars because I am having a reaction to the fries and I had a hunch they are coated in flour after our first time there, so today I asked them if their fries are coated in flour. I told them that I don't care if they are cooked in the same oil as other gluteny stuff, just if they're coated in flour. The cashier had to go to the back to ask and she came back and told me that they ARE GF! I can tell they are not because I'm having a reaction. I found this app because I did a google search and I see that Amy above mentioned that the fries ARE NOT GF! What the heck?! This is a bad mistake for them to make and they should know right away if their fries are gluten free or not! A restaurant has to go out of their way to add flour to fries! In n Out would be safer. I think I'd rather have a burger without a bun than no fries, so I'm not sure if I'll come back :(
We went there because they advertised gf buns. However when we got there, they said they didn't separate anything. Fries not gf either. We went when it wasn't too busy and had a great server. We explained our needs and she took care of us. Food was super tasty. So far, we seemed to have not reacted. So, for celiacs, you might be taking a chance unless you go on a slow day/time.