I look up the menu online, since it's easier to see what is gluten free and what is not. They normally have paper menus with allergen charts if you ask.
I normally always get the burger with a gluten free bun. The bun comes out steamed, in a plastic wrapper. The burger insides come in a paper box.
For sides, the fryer is shared, so I get the seasonal vegetable, slaw, or chili. I like the chili the best as a side (small up charge).
For ice cream, I get the pre-packed pints. The ingredients are. The packed pints.
It is a shared kitchen, but they did a good job with the handling of my food and I didn't get sick.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu