I went for my son’s 30th birthday. The manager George was very helpful he had a burger made in a pan with fried onions on a gluten-free bun and I did not get sick. It was delicious too! Thanks George
— Separate gluten-free menu
Went here because we were in the area, and I was a little hesitant at first. Most of the menu is not GF — there are salads, which are good usually. I opted for a cheeseburger with an UDI’s bun, and it was great. The burgers come with regular potato chips and a pickle. I read reviews about another P.J. Whelihan’s and it advised not to get the fries — there’s tons of fried foods on the menu and it’s too risky. I did not bother with any of the sandwiches since they seemed too risky for me (I am super sensitive to gluten). For those who go here, they do not mark anything on the menu. The only thing they have marked on the menu is on the top right corner where it says “UDI’s Roll + $1” with the UDI’s logo.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
They have no safety protocols. They have GF buns, but were annoyed and rude when I asked if a specific item was gf. They do not want to be bothered by allergy requests at all nor do they even want to try to help find something. I’ve been here several times and literally can not eat anything but a side salad (no croutons).
I asked for salad with chicken one time but after asking if the chicken was gf, they microwaved plain chicken for me. No salt. Nothing. Not good at all.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I have celiacs and this restaurant has a gluten sensitive menu. I had the grilled chicken on a gluten free bun. The sandwich case with chips and a pickle. The sandwich was decent and I was fine at the end of meal which is a plus.