This is my go-to place if I need something to eat in town. Make sure you tell them you have a gluten allergy (not just that you want it lettuce wrapped). They will change their gloves and have one person make it. Animal style/grilled onions is not safe (contamination). And their sauce is not safe due to contamination. I order without sauce then ask for a few packets of sauce. Enjoy!! :) UPDATE: Still my go-to place in town, but I got tired of lettuce wrapped. I found their secret menu and now order the Flying Dutchman (which is 2 patties with 2 slices of cheese and I ask for veggies and sauce packets)
Our go-to place for safe fast food. Fries are hand cut and fried in seperate fryer. Order "protein style"
Good first experience! Lettuce wrapped burger was delicious!!
They only fry French Fries in their fryers so the fries are completely safe to eat. WooHoo!! Order your burger "protein style" (wrapped in lettuce) and you are good to go.
Never a problem ordering the protein style gluten free burgers. The place is always rammed though so be prepared for a wait.
We only order French fries here since we aren't really meat eaters. We've never had contamination issues, even though I often forget to specify GF. Fries are cut fresh, dropped straight into the oil, and scooped into the bag, all on their own side of the kitchen by a dedicated fry person. Risk is present, but pretty low, especially if you ask them to avoid cross contamination.
Told the cashier I had a "gluten allergy" and ordered my usual double-double, protein style, well done, extra tomatoes, grilled onions...with fries, and they delivered perfectly. My food was on a separate tray. Enjoyed my lunch and never got sick! Thank you, In-N-Out!
There is a secret menu where celiacs can get a hamburger called a Flying Dutchman it is two parties with cheese in the middle I always ask for grilled onions on mine. It is less messy than a protein style and still has great flavor the patties at in-n-out are so good! Don't forget to tell them you have a gluten allergy so they change gloves and cook on a clean grill.
I've never had any issues here and I've eaten here at least a dozen times. Just tell them it's an allergy order and they will prepare it separately. Note: animal style fries and burgers are never gluten free because they grill the onions on the same grill they use for the buns. Do not order animal style at any In 'n Out Burger and you'll be fine.
I love that I can fries since they don't sell any breaded items. They don't have a gluten free bun but I got a burger protein style and the lead came and spoke with me to explain that they would make it on a separate tray for me so it didn't come in contact with the counters. I am so glad I don't have to give up In N Out!
Awesome! The staff has a protocol they follow when you tell them of your gluten "allergy." They change their gloves, put on a second pair on top, and prepare the burgers in a separate spot. Ordered "protein style" and like others have said, doubles are definitely needed when there's no bun! Only thing I couldn't figure out is whether the spread is GF.
You really can't beat it. I recommend the double double protein style. For some reason two patties make the protein style better.
This is a tiny pop up location without inside seating and a tiny grill. They did a great job cleaning up the grill for me to ensure my burger was safe. And two different employees checked with me after delivering a great burger and fries. While I didn't get sick, I will likely not return to this location because of the disruption my order caused in their small kitchen, but my lunch was great and much appreciated. I always feel well taken care of at In n Out.
Got double double with no cheese, protein-style and the cashier asked if I had an allergy, and she noted it down and notified the manager as well. No issues!
I have celiac. The fryers are dedicated to fries only and no breaded items. Did not have the burger but asked them to change gloves and place an order of fries in a "to go" bag to make sure nothing else touched it. Fries were good...and I did not get sick. You need to watch what they do but they were accomodating.
I ordered a protein style burger and fries. I told them it was an "allergy" and they noted it and changed their gloves. However, they thousand island dressing they spread on the buns (or lettuce wrap) was the same and possibly contaminated. The fries were undercooked and gross. I did feel sick afterward though I ate at another place earlier in the day and I'm not 100% sure which one it was.
I eat at this particular In-N-Out Burger an average of once a week. I find as long as the staff understands that I am Allergic to gluten and need special handling they get it right. We take my husband's grandchildren there after movie day and when we order I specify that our 2 GF burgers must be on a separate plate from the kid's meals with buns. The manager recognizes me now and when the 4 of us come in he comes to make sure the front counter person does the order correctly. The key here is to make sure the order taker puts the Allergy to Gluten on the order. There is a special button for that.
Order a protein style burger and tell them your issue. They always package my burger separate the rest of the order. We had to wait once so my burger would be prepared on a clean surface. They pay attention! Eaten here several times since diagnosis and never had a problem.
Coming from California, I have a special love for this place. My typical order is a Double-double protein style with grilled onions and a neopolitan shake (a shake with chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry). I've never gotten sick from the food here, and it's delicious.
We have yet to have a problem with In-N-Out and, due to their processes, never have to clarify that we have Celiac. Unfortunately, this location somehow got animal sauce in our food boxes. Not sure if it is gluten free or not, but it makes us rethink eating at this location.
My super sensitive celiac husband has never gotten sick from cross-contamination here. If you have an allergy to anything (gluten, dairy, etc.), just let them know. They change their gloves, clean cooking surfaces, package separately, etc. They are the go-to place for fast reliable gluten-free food. I can't praise them enough for how well they take care of their customers!
I got so sick last time I ate there. the previous time was ok. Even alerting them to my gluten allergy was no help. I got their protein style, which is just a lettuce wrapped burger. The first time I went there I got it was okay and I didn't have any issues, except it was undercooked. That grossed ne out. This time I got sicker than I have in a long time. Their fries are disgusting.
I don't normally frequent this particular location but didn't see the harm in trying it once. Upon ordering I specified several times that this was a gluten allergy and had to be prepared as such. When the order was repeated back he got it right. I was watching the counters where the burgers prepped and the girl did not change gloves nor move to a different station. When picking up the order at the counter I once again asked if they were prepared gluten free and was assured it was. No way this happened since I was watching the whole time. I should also add, no where on the receipts was a gluten allergy stated so I don't fault the line, but the man taking my order. DO NOT EAT HERE. Go down the street and eat at the Truxel location where they take a gluten allergy request seriously.
Always great. Tell them you have a gluten allergy and they take extra care.
I love that they use a separate grill and fryer and mark that it is an allergy on the order receipt so the food handlers keep it separate! I've never had a problem eating here. The only thing that would make it better is a GF bun. ;)
This location is always busy. There is no dine in here. This store does have a walk up window and outdoor seating.If possible, the celiacs should order separate. They kept trying to put the fries in the bag with my wife's bun burger.Only the bun has gluten but they toast the buns and use a spatula for the spread. However, if you tell them you have a wheat allergy or "bun allergy" then they're trained to limit the possibility of CC. Some of the staff doesn't understand celiac or gluten free. They're training calls it a wheat or bun allergy.The burger is a lettuce wrap. I recommend getting the double double because the extra meat and cheese helps with the large lettuce. Also, if you want it as warm as possible don't get tomato. I find the tomato cools it down too much.
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Order "protein style" to get it wrapped in lettuce