I had the Superburger on their gluten-free bun and was surprised at how great it was. Most buns are stiff and mealy, but theirs had a nice texture to it and it made a favorite burger of mine taste nearly perfectly normal. I ordered fries and our super server, Steph, conveyed that they don’t have a separate fryer for gluten-free items. The hash browns as an option have a seasoning on them that has gluten in it, and she suggested trying the regular French fries being grilled on the griddle. They were quite delicious and had some crispiness to them. It was such a delicious and good outing and everyone there was great with cleanliness and distancing.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Special celiac-friendly menu with many options. Gluten free buns available. I’ve eaten here and at various other Eat-n-Parks and never had an issue.
GF buns. GF chili. No dedicated frier. Server brought me condiment packets and suggested that I use those over the table bottles.
Have eaten here for years when in town. I tell the server I'm Celiac and they know what to do. There's a separate section on the main menu just for us. FYI, they'll make you "home fries" (grilled potato slices) to go with your Angus burger if you'd like, since they don't have a dedicated fryer for French fries. Service is terrific and so is the food.
Very knowledgable staff. I had a great salad and bacon burger on the gluten free bun. The bun was nothing special, but I didn't get sick so it was a success in my mind.
Always great! Well informed staff on GF! Any meal of the day I can always find something GF. Wish they had more soup options though.
Very helpful and aware of celiac. They seem very knowledgable about the dangers. This is one of the few places that actually offers a GF bun rather than a lettuce wrap or telling you to go bunless. Menu is small but you won't get glutened.
Ate at Banksville Rd & Bethel Park. Wonderful buns. Usually ordered a hamburger & did not realize I could order other sandwiches on the bun. Last week I ate at the Bethel Park restaurant & had a great sandwich plus one of the best waitresses waited on me. Unfortuantely did not remember her name.
management tried to be accommodating they will make your food if you ask
Used to be great place for celiac now not so much. Go somewhere else. Sick each time I come now ☹ This last time the waitress was way more worried about smoking then if I could eat anything or if we got a bill.
Best.chili.ever. ♥ Haven’t been here for a few months, so I forgot how accommodating they are to us celiac folks!
— Separate gluten-free menu
The little bit they do have that is gf tasted perfectly fine, however nothing on the menu was marked and the waiter didn’t know too much about the way things were handled in the kitchen or what all was gluten free. They really don’t have much at all to pick from, and I’d love to see more options though.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Left within 5 minutes of getting there. Not very knowledgeable about gluten free. The hostess said we have buns and fruit. Really disappointed, wanted a good meal after being on the road. Only gave it 1 star because I had to
Eaten Parks are great for celiacs, no matter which one I go to the food is consistent and tastes the same. The item are labeled and waitress are knowledgeable. I have never gotten sick off of there gluten free items.