The cashier understood, the food preparer either didn’t, or didn’t care. Asked him multiple times to change his gloves—he didn’t. He started out with a regular bun and only changed it when I pointedly said that was the wrong bun. He used the same mayo spreader on both buns, even after I said something. Thankfully, I didn’t get sick this time, however, for just an average chicken sandwich, I won’t be eating here again.
Burger was tasty but has no idea about being celiac friendly. Didn't change gloves, uses the same spreader for mayo that is used on regular bread. No dedicated fryer and the salads are made up already with the croutons on top. If they learned how to do things correctly it would be a great place.
Called to ask about GF burgers ahead of time, and was told everything would be handled separately. Once we got there, we found that the regular buns are being cooked on the grill with the burgers. :( Had to leave without a burger.
Appreciate having the GF buns, however very disappointed there was virtually nothing else one could have to go with it other than a caesar salad with no croutons. Staff did not know if anything else was GF. The fries are cooked with all other breaded food. Burger was average, did not understand all the accolades the burgers have received through the years as posted on the walls. Did not get sick.