All Burgervilles are awesome they are healthier than other fast food restaurants but still not the healthiest.
Fantastic experience. I’m always nervous with GF options in airports but Burgerville crushed it. They gave me the option to assemble my own sandwich to minimize cross contamination risk. I received my breakfast sandwich components in a separate container and an individually packaged GF bun (that had still been warmed). Felt super confident and comfortable
1 star and only because they had gluten free buns. Staff was not good about being careful with cross contamination despite us telling them it was an allergy. Fries were not fully cooked. Patties were as thin as paper (literally) and the burger wasn’t even assembled. Would not recommend. You’re better off going to one of the little shops and getting some nuts or chocolate for that money.
GF buns, for the burgers and bean burger (also gluten free). Need to specifically tell them it is for an allergy. If you do not, as they did for me (mom of a celiac 6 year old daughter—I don’t have celiac, but I try to eat GF to support her) they will make the burger on the same line and with the same gloves and utensil as everything else (I was disappointed by that). I spoke up after watching the cross contamination. Was told by the manager that they have processes in place to make it celiac friendly if you say you have an allergy to gluten (I did not, I just asked at the register for info on the ingredients of the bean burger and for a GF bun). I loved the bean burger, even though it was contaminated for me.
As soon as I told the cashier, Josh, about my allergy, he told the staff and they all started washing their hands and changing gloves!!! He assured me that everything would be gluten free and I felt incredibly comfortable eating here! Wonderful experience.
As soon as I said celiac, they knew exactly what to do. We went ahead and got them disassembled because they suggested that it would make them even safer. Fries are GF. Great experience!
Amazing. They made everyone on staff know we had celiac disease and were very nice and took it seriously. I will definitely be back.
Very gf aware. And each fries order is made to order so it's fresh and amazingly indulgent
Great fast food burger with GF bun. Happy to be able to eat after a 5 hour flight. Knowledgeable enough to tell me toasting would cross contaminate and labeled my ticket allergic. Unlike the previous reviewers, they told me they did not have a dedicated fryer so the fries were not safe. Wish I could have had those too!
Excellent experience here. Very familiar with Celiac Disease (called my order a "celiac burger") and cross contamination. my burger was assembled in the walk-in to avoid cross contamination and fries were cooked in a dedicated fryer.
Great spot for celiac travelers at PDX. Extremely knowledgable server. Dedicated fryer for fries. Had my own bun with me, didn't need it they have Udis. Awesome.
I don't fly often, or eat burgers often, but when I return home I'm often starving. I usually head over to Concourse D for a milkshake and a cheeseburger on an Udi's GF bun. They made sure to tell me that if I had the bun toasted, it could come into contact with gluten. It was toasted, and I was fine.
Despite these reviews, they are careful. But YOU have to take some responsibility. Know what you need. They will give you the whole burger unassembled, bun in plastic, with no opportunity for cross contamination. Fryers are GF. But this isn't a GF restaurant. Come on. Be smart and watch out for yourself.
They do the bu. In the bag from UDIS but they didn’t warm it properly so it was dry and falling apart.
The fact that the hamburger comes Unassembled isn’t a problem but it was cold and no toppings came with the double patty. The line was extremely long and we almost gave up instead of getting our food corrected. The frys tasted horrible like old oil. All this being said I love Burgerville! But this location is horrible this is the second time we have eaten here when traveling and it was horrible both times.
Don’t bother with this location.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
They had gluten free buns and the burgers pretty good and not expensive!