Food was great! Gluten free bun was one of the best I've had. It was a bit busy so I couldn't ask to confirm, but I could see multiple grills and fryers. I think they may have dedicated space for GF - best to double check based on personal sensitivity, though. Lettuce wraps also available for dairy free. Veggie patties for veg. Nice variety for everyone!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not at all
I am not attacking the franchise just warning people it'd definitely not celiac friendly. It may be fine for lightly sensitive people to try but it's not worth it if you have celiac. Otherwise the franchise was very nice and tried to be very accommodating.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
We were told they have a dedicated fryer for their fries.
Our daughter got a kids meal with a gluten free hamburger bun & french fries from a dedicated fryer and she loved her meal & had no problems afterwards!
We did not have the option to dine in the restaurant since all of the restaurants are closed right now except for to go, but when we called, the manager was very friendly & walked us through our options & he seemed very knowledgeable. We definitely felt comfortable eating here for the first time since going gluten free & we will be going back!
Burgers are great. Fries are prepared in a shared fryer with the chicken strips so eat at your own risk. Usually I don't have a reaction. I'm guessing they don't make the chicken that often.
The staff was super friendly, they will change their gloves and knowledgeable about what is GF. The only issue here is cross contamination with condiments (if they were making a non GF burger and had too many pickles and put some back then the whole container of pickles are now contaminated). I hate having to be this picky but they were super friendly and very honest. Safe for someone that does not react to cross contamination for sure due to their measures they take but if you react to any small CC not safe. Again- super friendly staff (everyone).
Impressed with the gluten free bun. Even had them pull out the box! Certified Gluten free and by far the best bun I’ve ever had. They changed gloves. Meat is cooked on separate grill from bread. I didn’t get sick but definitely room for possible cross contamination without knowledgeable staff. Also found out the fries are safe! Dedicated fryer.
Didn’t even stay! Would give them no stars if I could! They asked me if I had a true allergy or if it was just preference. Thank you GF dieters. Yes I have Celiac They do offer a GF bun but it’s cross contaminated. They don’t have a dedicated fryer. So why bother! And for the record it just makes me so mad that any burger place would not offer fries! Hello!
Food was delicious, but I got a coffee milkshake (husband got oreo) and I had a few crumbs of oreo at the top of my shake. I also found a piece of onion string (battered/fried) in with my French fries.
I love their gluten free hamburger bun - much better than others I’ve had! I was told that their fries are not gluten free because they have a shared filtration system for all their oil. Recently they started only making vanilla shakes for anyone with a gluten allergy due to cross contamination concerns. While that’s sad for me, I’m glad they’re cautious and can still make a safe vanilla shake!
I was really excited to be able to get a burger with a gluten free bun. I asked the person on register what proteins were gluten free and she didn’t know. She asked the manager and he said the only gluten free item is the bun. I was disappointed. Not safe for celiac, everything has a potential for cross contamination. It could have been a good experience but it wasn’t:(
We ordered burgers and fries for our kids, who have Celiac Disease. At the counter, we were told that the sweet potato fries are cooked in the same fryer at the nuggets, so they would not be safe. She said that the regular fries are in a dedicated fryer, so they would be safe. When our order came up, the cook asked if we had an allergy. I said yes, and he told me they he could not guarantee that the regular fries were safe. He said something about the filter for the fryers being the same. So, my kids only ate their burgers. They were pretty good, but they were bummed about the fries.
Staff are a bunch of teenagers. I explained I have a gluten allergy and asked about the fries. The girl had no idea what a gluten allergy was - had to ask a co worker and they looked at each other and giggled. Rude and unknowledgeable. I had to ask exactly what they fried in the fryer. Didn’t eat there - didn’t want the risk
I've eaten here several times and haven't had any issues! They make sure the cooks know it's GF. They have designated friers. I dont care for GF bread much, but I love the lettuce burger!
Staff was knowledgeable, and it was the best GF burger I’ve ever eaten- hands down! I’ve been twice, and both times were amazing! The fries are not GF, but the queso is. Bring your own chips:) * Every time I have gone they advise me the fries are NOT GF. I get a side of queso and bring tortilla chips from home. Please asks questions when you visit- they are very accommodating. Have your GF bun toasted only on the grill- no butter. You also have the option of literally watching them make your food.
I’m so glad I tried this place. The hamburgers on a sesame and poppy seed gluten free bun were amazing! The fries were fresh cut and fried in a dedicated fryer—and delicious too! The staff seemed very knowledgeable about their gluten free options and cross contamination. I was highly impressed and thoroughly enjoyed my meal.
I went once. Fries are cooked in separate fryer, however per the manager the oil is filtered with the same oil that goes in the regular fryer. Kind of defeats the purpose of having separate fryers. The burger was under cooked and had kind of an odd taste, like maybe it was starting to turn.
Soft, different, good GF bun with sesame & poppy seeds. However, no Gf sides. Only side item available are hand cut fries (good) or sweet potato fries which are not fried in a dedicated frier. There’s a salad that’s GF without fried onion straws. The 1/4 lb burger patty was tiny and thin - suggest ordering a 1/2 lb. Food was rather tasty and regular non-GF potato buns were also good but too much for the tiny thin patty. Atmosphere is nothing special. My peeps didn’t get sick eating here but I also wouldn’t recommend if you’re very sensitive.
Soooo not safe for celiacs - they have high turnover of staff w high school and college kids. They told me that they keep the grill not enough that it burns off the gluten 🤦🏼♀️. Yes they have a gf bun - but if you're Celiac don't chance it. They also use the same machine for malt and reg milkshakes so don't chance that either. Go next door to Dog Lane Cafe if you want a safe gluten free burger. Tell them you're Celiac and they'll prepare in the separate area
I asked for gluten free and had ate there before safely. They put a regular bun on my burger, pulled it off and put a GF one on. I swole up and got hives and all that. It was awful. So sick.
Don't typically eat red meat but when I visit MT, my mom and I often stop here and get a burger. They are always cautious about changing gloves and are friendly. I have never gotten sick after eating here which is reassuring.
Gluten free bun on burger was average and $2 extra, but burger was perfectly cooked and fries were seasoned extremely well. I had no issues with cross contamination. But sadly none of the shakes are gluten free do to cross contamination.
Staff was knowledgeable about gluten free items. They key everything separate and made sure I knew my burger had not come in contact with anything that had gluten. All burgers were gluten free except the black bean patty. Really good, fluff gluten free bun. Their regular fries are in a dedicated flyer. Sweet potato fries are not safe. Super good! Definitely coming back
I walked in and asked the workers there if they offered gluten free sweet potato fries. He told me yes they do. I asked him again if he was sure. He decided to go back to the kitchen and "double check." He came back out telling me they were gluten free. When the fries came out and I began eating them, they almost tasted too good to be true. They seemed coated in something. I decided to get online and do some searching to try and find out if their fries were actually gluten free. After digging around online I found out on their website that they are not gluten free sweet potato fries. Don't trust the workers here on their word for knowing the ingredients even after double checking with the kitchen.
Celiac friendly!! They have a gluten free bun and will change their gloves!! Fries are made separate as well! They also have an iceberg lettuce wrap if you don’t want the gluten free bun
There is not a dedicated fryer as mentioned. The gf buns are dry as bones. There is a huge risk of cross contamination. If you don’t have celiac and only try to avoid gluten, you might be safe eating a lettuce wrap burger. The shakes are also made on shared equipment so definite risk of cross contamination.
*UPDATE* have continually had good experiences here. While I have not had a bad experience at this location, was assured the sweet potato fries did not contain gluten ingredients, but online it says that they do(website nutrition info) so steer clear of those. Otherwise the regular fries and gluten free buns are good.
Courtney was managing the day I went and i told her how impressed I was with her staffs professionalism (Bun on foil while toasting and the automatic changing of gloves). This place was good and hit the spot.
Super disappointed was looking forward to having some gluten free fries. Fries are NOT in dedicated fryer. They said the fryer oil is filtered the same with other items containing gluten. We passed on eating here. People working there didn’t seem as knowledgeable-super bummed!
Their "Lifestyle Burgers" menu offers GF, vegetarian, keto, paleo, and low cal options. Can specify allergy when ordering GF, but I did not watch the prep process (always makes me nervous!) Turkey burger was good. Their GF bun is pretty unique with a very soft texture and poppy seeds on top. Shared fryer, unfortunately.