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.
Never had a problem. The fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer, and the grilled nuggets are safe.
I just ate at this location and I was very pleased with my experience. I didn’t have to explain that I had celiac disease or what it was. She knew what it was and what they had to do to ensure I don’t get sick!
The staff is knowledgeable about our disease. The manager is so friendly and we’ve never had an issue. They ran out of the gf buns and felt so bad they gave us ice cream on the house! Can’t say enough good about this restaurant and the employees!
The manager and cashier seemed knowledgeable, noting in the order to change gloves, and explained how fries were cooked separate from other things. When not sure about other items, the cashier either looked them up or printed a ingredients list for us to look at. The only options for the entree was the grilled chicken nuggets. They didn't offer a gf bun.
Most restaurants in this chain are very good, but this location was terrible. First off the person taking the order, had no clue about gluten free, even though it was on the menu board. My wife and I both ordered gluten free #5’s which is a grilled chicken filet, which comes with a separate gf bun normally, and fries and a drink. Because this was our first time at this location, We asked if the fries were done in a separate fryer. The cashier did not know the answer, but checked with someone and assured us that their fries were cooked in a designated fryer. After we got that cleared up, we took our seats, and waited for the food. The delivery person brought the food and it wasn’t even gluten free, it was the normal meal. He apologized and went back to the kitchen. A few minutes later, the same girl that took our order, brought out the gf meals. I said to her, after all the talk about making sure you did not cross contaminate food here, you didn’t even mark the order gf. She said oh, I’m sorry. I should have talked to the manager, but I was in a hurry to make an appointment, so I did nothing. We will not be going back.
Unknowledgeable staff. Asked if the fries were gluten free and cooked in separate fryer. Could not answer and went to ask someone else. Told her had serious allergy. Claimed they were fine. Ordered gluten free grilled chicken breast and fries. Received chicken breast on regular roll. Told delivery person this was wrong. They brought correct order, but not convinced that they didn’t just take chicken off gluten roll and put in container and brought back with gluten free roll. Won’t trust them again!
The CFA at this airport does not have grilled nuggets, which my celiac traveling companion was counting on. Additionally, the staff was rude and less than helpful so we do not have a lot of confidence in the safety of the fries that she ordered (the only thing she could).
Points for trying, but that gluten free bun is one of the worst I've tried. Gritty, overly sweet. The texture kills it for me. Also angry their spicy chicken biscuit isn't universal anymore 😎 (no their biscuits aren't gluten free, nor their fried chicken strips... Just fantasizing about a day when I could live normally again).
Watch out, they sometimes fry their okra with their fries since this is a Truetts Grill. I asked the waiter and they confirmed they were frying both in the same grease. This was about a year ago, might want to ask first!!!!
I have eaten here 5 times in past 2 months. Order grilled chicken sandwich on gf bun with medium fruit cup. Added honey bbq sauce to sandwich. Have had no issues with this order.
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It's always a gamble with airport locations, but this one was a win! I had a grilled chicken sandwich with a prepackaged GF bun and fries from a dedicated fryer. No grilled nuggets, unfortunately.
Their gf bun is like punishment for not being able to eat gluten. But their fries are amazing, even if one of the only two of their sauces that aren’t gf was my favorite (I’ll miss you, sweet sriracha). Their grilled nuggets might be better if they weren’t immediately put into sealed plastic to steam, but they’re passable. But those fries! (If they’re fried in a dedicated fryer, of course).
I have been here 3 or 4 times now and have not had a reaction, fingers crossed. They have great customer service. Let them know you have an allergy and they will "Red Flag" your order and change gloves. I've had the grilled chicken sandwich with gluten-free bun (I asked to assemble it myself) and the grilled nuggets. Chick Fil A sauce on the side. All beverages are gf.
Staff is poorly trained, rude. They have GF buns that come in a sealed plastic bag. They are cold and need to be heated, but the staff won’t put them in the microwave to heat them even at your request. The buns are like cardboard and break apart since they are cold. Unless you like cold bread, that are nasty to eat then by all means eat here. The staff has no idea what GF items are or how to serve them. And by all means don’t try to get them to understand, they don’t care.
I eat here 3 times a week for either lunch or dinner. I always get the Cobb salad with grilled cold chicken instead of breaded and the avocado ranch dressing. No fried bell peppers, but those are in an enclosed package. I snag a few of my kids waffle fries and dip them in chick filet sauce. Mmmm
The restaurant is accomodatiing, but I've been sick after every visit. I have corn allergy as well as celiac disease, and soy sensitivity