The carbonara is amazing!! But I forgot to check if they use the same oil for their chips and I am quite ill now. Last time I went, I only got the carbonara and was fine. I think they need to remove the gf label from their chips as it is very misleading and potentially dangerous for coeliacs. However, I did find the fryer information on their website so kind of my fault.
Not sure what they do to prevent cross contamination.
The French fries are gfree and in a dedicated fryer!!! I asked the cook to change his gloves incase he was handling anything non gfree.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Dedicated fryer for french fries. Completely GF. And soooo delicious!
All of the fries are gluten free and there was no worry here. The fries themselves are not as good as thrasher's fries but they'll do :-)
The fries are totally gluten free so there’s no risk of cross contamination in the fryer (though you should still ask them to change gloves since they handle sauces and such which are not necessarily safe). We didn’t get sick, but the fries are just okay, too thick cut and a bit mushy. Alumni Grill and Hot Dog Tommy’s have much better French fries! But it’s a quick snack on the boardwalk. Their cheese sauce as of 9/18 was gluten free, but it did take a lot of time on the distributor’s website to uncover that. They were unsure at the counter so I had to look it up myself.
they have dedicated peanut oil fryers for their fries and only potatoes/salt no gluten added.