I absolutely love coming here! They clean the grill for me when cooking my burger and change gloves! I get burger or chicken sandwich wrapped in lettuce! I don't think they have anything else gluten free though. :( ask for Lucy the waitress she is great!
Went for lunch. Waitress/hostess was very nice. Asked right away is it was for allergy/celiac or for diet purposes, and then explained the menu based on that. No separate fryer, but everything else was great!
They don't have a dedicated space to prepare the gluten free meals. The GF free bred is prepare with the normal bred. The only safe thing was a salad.
The fryer is not dedicated. They do have GF buns.
They said that their burgers are gf and fries are made in a dedicated frier and they have Udi's gluten free buns. The food was really good! I am not sure how sensitive to gluten I am, so I don't know if it is safe for those who are very sensitive.
This location no longer has a dedicated gluten free fryer for French fries. The manager said corporate changed their policy and they only have one fryer now. Very disappointed as this was one of our “go-to” restaurants for great burgers and fries.
From the moment we walked into this place it was a mess. 85% if the restaurant was empty but they couldn’t seat us because they didn’t have enough staff. We were told a new waiter had arrived and we’d be seated soon, but it still took another 10 minutes and the host was visibly embarrassed. Waited a total of 20 minutes and (and this took place at 11:45). I have no confidence in this place even though I didn’t get sick. I did get a GF bun, fries were cold, and at the end of the meal, I noticed mold on a piece of uneaten normal bun on my kid’s plate. They didn’t discount the meal for it, either. I had never been to Cedar Point and was hopeful the food would be better given the offerings, but let’s face it, they have a trapped audience and aren’t trying to impress anyone. To add insult to injury, our meal of two hot dogs, a kids burger meal, a grilled chicken salad, a burger, two fries and a shake was $65.
The bun was Udi’s, but man, it was good to have a burger and fries. I am here for a conference and this was nearby. May even go back before I leave. I waited until the morning after the meal to review to make sure I did not get sick.
I called ahead of time to confirm they could make me something safe for a Celiac. I spoke to Kay who was very helpful and knowledgeable. I ended up having a grilled chicken sandwich and French fries. It was a pretty basic sandwich, but it was SAFE! and she went out of her way to make sure I had freshly cut lettuce, etc so cross contamination would be nonexistent. Very wonderful experience with kind and caring people :-)
Awesome, Johnny Rockets has dedicated fryer for fries and gluten free buns with dedicated space for gluten free preparing for food. Absolutely Celiac friendly.
Horrible.... There are no options at this location I asked if they could make the burger in a lettuce wrap and they said they do not have that available Fries are cross contaminated
There is no dedicated gluten-free menu but the staff assured me they could prepare a burger without cross contamination. The burger was served wrapped in iceberg lettuce. The party itself wasn’t that nice and overall, I wasn’t that impressed. When I inquired about the fryer, I was initially told it was only used for fries but the manager overheard the conversation and clarified that it was also used for gluten containing foods.
They have gf buns, and we’ve tried it more than once. The food tastes great, but even those in our party who are not gluten sensitive do not feel well after eating here. We probably will not go back.
The fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer. Our waitress was very patient with all my questions. Kept going to check with the manager as to what was gf. Do not eat a hamburger here! They are seasoned with something that contains gluten. Had the grilled chicken sandwich on an Udis bun with fries. Very tasty and no reaction. Only gave it 4 stars because I couldn't have the burger.
They have udi gluten free buns and tuna sandwiches as well as veggie burger options.
they were really careful about making sure they scraped the grill so I didn't get cross-contaminated but I still did. udi's bun was alright little dry but at least I was able to eat a burger. I think the next time if I go there I won't be eating anything off the grill. staff was really nice they really did try to make sure I didn't get cross-contaminated.
Inside Cedar Point. I was glad we could have fries (they report a dedicated frier) and a plain hamburger patty (without bun) but frustrated that they are still "out" of the GF Udi's buns that the menu advertises. We were at the park a week and stopped in twice and they were "out" of the buns both times.
Not very pleased. Stopped in needing a GF meal. Fries were from a dedicated fryer and that was fine. Ordered a GF burger with the Udi's bun. Waited 15 minutes for specially prepared burger and it arrived in a regular enriched flour bun with sesame seeds. They took it back to the kitchen, brought it back to me, and said "Um, yeah. It's gluten free. We have a new supplier." It smelled, felt, and pulled-apart like a typical fluffy junk white burger bun. I ended up getting a second burger on lettuce leaves and a small discount but I am not convinced that this chain has the proper training or procedures in place to serve "Gluten Free" food with confidence.