GF bun was good which made for a good burger. Shakes are made with Blue Bell ice cream, strawberry was good & thick. No fries due to no dedicated fryer. Not much of a selection to speak of. Food was ok.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Chip’s changed their French fries and they are no longer gluten free - they used to have a dedicated fryer and no longer do - they do however do all they can to try and accommodate gluten intolerant but most of the staff has changed so ask lots of questions. Celiacs can really do a burger only as they have fantastic Gf buns!!!!
I think the staff at Chip's really believes their fries are gluten-free, but my child has gotten sick from eating them twice. When I went in and asked to see a product label, they showed me one that clearly states "wheat flour." I then insisted I really had to talk to a manager, who came out and told me that was an old product label. The new version of the fries is gluten free, he says. The manufacturer just hasn't b changed the label yet. My child got sick twice after eating there twice.
Good burgers but DO NOT EAT the fries! If you are Celiac you will not do well. Obviously potatoes are naturally gluten free but this establishment does not have a dedicated fryer. French fries are fried with other items. The other reviews are a little misleading.
i was really happy until i found an onion ring in my fries, they said they used a seperate fryer. i have celiac so it freaked me out.
Great burger with gf bun and fries!
I read that this place was celiac friendly, so I opted to give it a try. When I told the man at the counter about my allergy and asked if the people preparing the food could change gloves, I was told I really shouldn't be eating there if I was that scared. Very put off by the rude service.
Fries were great & burger bun was good also. Service was very friendly!!
I have lived GF in Dallas for over two years and this is the best GF burger and fries you will find!! Great service with a total understanding of celiac needs!