We usually love Honest Abe’s and come here when we are in Lincoln. This time we ordered on line and had delivered. They marked the hamburger gluten free, but was regular bun. I suggest calling and talking to them personally.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Dedicated fryer. Delicious burger and fries, would definitely eat here again!
When ordering asked them to denote Celiac/allergy. Actually asked 3 times: when ordering, when he read back order and verified at the end. It was obvious from his lack of caring attitude that the young man taking the order was obviously not trained on Celiac. I was concerned and as we sat upstairs and watched, cross contamination occurred multiple times. When food was brought we asked for it to be redone. The chef came to our table, apologetic, and then told us the protocol of telling them when we order. I let her know I did this several times, as it was evident the young man was not getting it. She apologized and mad a fresh meal for my daughter. I did hear her talk to the young man to explain the protocol. Not sure if he understood. We will stick to 70th Street. They are amazing!
Almost all of the ingredients are gf but they do not communicate well with staff as to which are or are not,or simply assume something is until someone points out it is not. They’re also not good at avoiding cross contamination. They are getting continually more careless with their precautions as staff continually changes and they try to expand the business.
They have great gluten-free buns to go with their burgers. Their fries are also gluten-free. However, I don’t think they take measures to avoid cross-contamination. I’m also not super confident all of the burger ingredients are gluten-free. (They May be, but I’m not sure.) A couple burgers include feta cheese or blue cheese, both of which sometimes are made with gluten. I’ve now eaten there three times. The first two times I didn’t have any issues, but tonight I’m having a bad gluten reaction. I’ll likely be up sick all night now. Their burger and fries were the only thing I ate all day that didn’t come out of a package that was certified to be gluten-free. My reaction also started not long after I ate there. I’m confident my reaction came from their food. The first time I ate there, I told the cashier I have a gluten allergy. (I know! Celiac Disease is not technically an allergy, but that gets the point across.) She was sure to notify the cook. The last two times I ate there, I again told the cashier I have a gluten allergy. The reaction was essentially, “got it. One gluten-free bun. The end.” Their food tastes good, but I won’t be back anytime soon.