Ate there several times and no issues!
Twice I have tried to eat gluten free at Chic Fil A and both times I have gotten very sick. I tried to have the grilled chicken bites and french fries. I would not recommend anyone that has a gluten allergy or Celiac eating there. This is very disappointing because I was so excited to be able to eat there and it being gluten free.
Chick-fil-A offers gluten free grilled chicken nuggets and many locations have dedicated fryers for fries. Check with your location if cross-contamination is a concern for you.
This is my second incident at Chick-fil-A. I ordered a grilled chicken bowl and as I got to the bottom of my breakfast, there was fried chicken. I am super sensitive and now sick. I’ve always love Chick-fil-A but I can’t chance my health.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
My first time to Chick-fil-a. The staff seemed knowledgeable about what was GF and was very patient. They do not have a lot of GF options but do have some. They have a dedicated fryer for fries!! First time in many years I could eat fries!! Food was just ok, unfortunately - not bad, not great.
— Not Much
A safe fast food place. They will change gloves when you mention gluten. They have gluten free buns for sandwiches or grilled nuggets, and a dedicated waffle fry fryer. I’ve eaten here many times and always been safe.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I typically order fries, grilled nuggets, and a superfood side. Sometimes I do a grilled chicken sandwich on a GF bun (good), hash browns, and fruit salad for breakfast. The drive-thru is very fast and the employees are incredibly pleasant. It isn't cheap but they make it seem worth it.
— Separate gluten-free menu