My order took a little longer, but it was worth the wait. I had the classic on a GF bun with the GF fries. Too bad they only serve breaded chicken. I would have opted for grilled chicken instead of the burger. Serving portions are big!
Very safe for celiacs. Dedicated fryer for fries. Staff was super nice and trained to indicate gluten allergy on order and use GF bun, which was very good. I believe they change gloves prior to making celiac order. They do put annoying disclaimer sticker on bag saying can’t guarantee no cross contamination, but I suspect their legal people made them. 1/4 pound burger with bacon and all fixings was great. They use Heinz ketchup which is safe for most of us. Will be my go to burger joint. Thanks Mighty Fine!
Easily one of the best places in this part of town to get a safe gluten free meal, be sure to request gluten free French fries too that way they are fried in a dedicated fryer. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a family friendly restaurant where they can grab a great burger and fries.
I have celiacs and went here excited after reading reviews. I was disipointed after watching their cross contamination with bread. they looked like they couldn't wait till I left and didn't seam to see how serious it was for me. I watched them butter buns and with the same hands grab the veggies whish meant that the lettuce etc was filled with remnants of gluten. so I opted for just fries since they were definitely not touched by gluten. I felt fine after the fries but wished I could've gotta more than just fries. if you have celiacs be soooo careful here. If you are very sensitive to cross contamination like I am, then just get fries.
Burger meat, condiments, toppings all verified gluten-free. Fries cooked in dedicated peanut oil fryer. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this location now has delicious Udi's GF buns for a $1 up charge. Staff was knowledgeable and changed gloves without asking.t
Delicious food, but even being the only customers in the store before closing wasn't enough to prevent a glutening. Don't know what went wrong in the process, but I got sick :( had a Bacon cheeseburger, lettuce wrapped and fries.
We ate at MF this afternoon and my son got sick. We have had good experiences in the past, but I think there was cross contamination. As we refilling drinks, we saw an employee breading onion rings right next to another employee who was shaping hamburger patties. Onion rings are run through a machine to be dredged in flour and then were plopped on the counter right next to where the burger patties were being shaped (at the same time). I could see the flour in the air and all over the counter. There was definitely cross-contamination of the patties.
First time here. My daughter and I both have Celiac. Girl that took our order very friendly and knowledgeable about cross contamination. Gloves are changed and clean prep area. Fries are in dedicated fryer. Vanilla ice cream is GF. GF buns available for an additional $1. Very tasty burger and fries with no ill side effects.
I had high hopes based on previous reviews. I went tonight at a moderately busy time - it wasn't the busiest but it was not quiet either. I watched my burger being made. Despite saying I had a gluten allergy and being reassured by the staff how well they handle allergies, the food handlers did not change gloves. They put my GF bun in the same toaster as the regular buns. They pulled my cheese from the pile as they do with their gloves from the regular bun pile. I refused the burger and told the manager why. He did not apologize but did offer to remake it with their "allergy" protocol which they said they didn't follow because it wasn't marked correctly on the bag. I would not feel comfortable eating here in the future
Family ate there 5-11-17. Ordered 2 gf burgers. Both bags labels properly with GF ALLERGY and the allergy sticker. One bag had a gf burger. The other had a regular burger. My celiac kid is super sick today.
Staff very aware of GF process. They train managers and staff in cross contamination avoidance procedures. When ordering, tell them that you have celiac disease, and ask them to reglove. Ask the manager to ensure this is done. I ate there and had no problems. Good food and good GF operations! Thank you Mighty FIine!
**My daughter was given (and ate several bites of a gluten bun despite it being written and tagged as a GF order. This is a place I have previously felt safe to visit. I'm generally very understanding but given their level of "expertise" I hold them to a higher standard. They did replace the burger but with hardly an apology. I'm surprised at how it was handled and very disappointed. **UPDATE I left a similar review on a comment card and left it with the restaurant. The manager called me and apologised profusely as well as informing me that only the chefs and store management are trained in celiac disease and cross contamination. He said he would address this break in communication with his staff and refunded our money. We've since been back and learned you can't just say it's a GF order, you HAVE to clarify its and "allergy" or else they won't change their gloves.
This was a great experience. Good food, GF fries, and the staff was very confident about handling a celiac customer. The place was remarkably clean with attention to detail. I hope they open one in Dallas. They did put a sticker on the order indicating a food allergy for the kitchen, which also had a legal disclaimer, but my daughter had no issues.
Bun is perfect for 1/2lb size burger, a little big for 1/4lb size. Fries are also GF and the shakes are really great. They were super nice about allergies and I didn't get sick. This is a great place if you're craving a fast-food style burger and fries.
All Mighty Fine locations now offer gluten free buns and they will cook your French fries in a separate fryer to avoid cross-contamination with the onion rings. They appear to take great care with the GF request, labeling "GF" on your bag, adding a sticker, and highlighting your name in a different color.
The new gluten-free bun is pretty good. More bun than you need for 1/4 lb. burger, but it's used for the 1/2 lb. burger too. (The Udi's bun comes from an individually wrapped cellophane package. They open it to assemble your burger.)