Always good gluten free food. We eat here at least once a month and 3/4 of us are Celiac. We order out and dine in and have always had great results. I so always remind them which menu items need to be gf at the end of our order as a recap. Sometimes takes a while to get food during dine in, but it is a super busy, super popular chain... The customer service is sometimes off, and they can't seem to agree on how to best present their gluten free menu. Used to print it, then was on an online order machine thing, then on a tablet, now I'm told I have to pull it up on my phone myself... The inconsistentcy is annoying, but the fries and lettuce wrapped CA chicken burger make up for it. My son loves the gf bun on his hamburgers.
Food tasted good. Drinks were good. NOT celiac friendly. I got very sick twice from eating here.
I went here and felt prepared because I called ahead of time and asked about their GF options and how they reduce CC. I also looked at the menu online beforehand and chose a few things to ask about. My server was super nice about everything.. unfortunately when I got my food there was cheese on it (I'm also dairy free). I did have a reaction (probably cross contamination to gluten) - not the worst I've ever had but I don't think I'll go back to Red Robin.
I have Celiac and was very clear about it to the waiter. He assured me they had a dedicated fryer for fries and that they had gluten free buns as well. I ordered the chili chili burger and fries and was SOOOO sick afterwards. DO NOT Eat there if you are Celiac, they do not have something right and are advertising gluten free when it obviously IS NOT!!
For those with gluten sensitivity or intolerance, this restaurant would probably be fine. However, for those that have celiac-don't be fooled! They advertise as gluten free but have no accommodations for cross contamination. The staff was not very knowledgeable, and although they assured me they would cook my meal on tinfoil to prevent contamination, I was very sick afterwards.
Ordered a salad and made very clear I had an allergy and was not a life style choice. I had a fried onion straw hiding in my salad that I found after I had started eating. Told our waiter and his response was "My bad". And I had to tell him I wouldn't be paying for it, he didn't even offer to take it off our bill. We also wrote an email complaint and never heard anything back.
Super helpful. They will give you an iPad with allergy lists and you can click on gluten or wheat and they will give you all the options. You can not have their yummy fry seasoning but you can have lots of their condiments from ranch to chipotle sauce. No campfire if you love it like me but I appreciated all the patience they had with my questions
I was their a few days ago. They are not Gluten free. They have no gluten free menu's. And the waitresses where very Un- knowledgeable. The only thing they have gluten free is buns. So I don't know how they can say they are gluten free, One thing is not a menu, and does not fall under the category of gluten free. I was very disappointed. And we sat their for almost an Hour before our waitress came to take our order. Was not impressed at all.
Aside from Salem Red robin is our go to! We have had mistakes but the mgr is always accommodating. Aside from mistakes we have continued to have great experiences at this Resturant!
I have Celiac and I eat out couple times every month and although Red Robin has not been perfect in their orders they have made some mistakes, but they have always given me the next meal for free and is never ever messed up with gluten. I believe I've gotten gluten from every single other so-called gluten free restaurant in town Red Robin is Probably the safest place in town
The server, Austin, was completely knowledgable about what products this restaurant has that are specifically gluten-free, and gave me alternate options such as sliced avocado instead of guacamole. The GF bun was delicious. They do have a dedicated GF fryer but I'm unsure if their fries are really GF so opted for steamed broccoli. Haven't had such a delicious burger in years, Red Robin will be my new go-to!
My experience was wonderful! They gave me a GF menu, I asked about the burger bun and they had them. I so enjoyed being human and eating a cheeseburger and fries and not having my stomach revolt within 20 minutes. Great waiters/ waitress. Wish there were more stars! I will go there again when I travel to Albany. Thanks to all the staff!
They now offer a GF bun, but it reminds me of an English muffin. Not the greatest, but it will do. Staff is great and will even ask if you would like GF fries.
Best gluten free experience ever. Dedicated kitchen. Brent, the GM, goes out of his way to provide a great gluten free experience, as does TeeJ. They have a dedicated g-free kitchen including fryer, and serve the g-free burgers in a yellow basket (instead of red) so they are sure they serve them correctly. They will soon be able to provide gluten free buns, but until they do, you are welcome to bring in your favorite g-free bun in it's original package and they will use it for your burger. Although they currently provide only "Redbridge" (Gross), they will soon be providing better options for g-free beer, such as Bard's or New Planet Off Grid IPA. Take it from one who travels a lot, this is the best Red Robin in the chain.
you could atleast laminate your menu. It had food spilt on it and your waitress had NO clue what i was talking about when i asked for the gluten free menu. i walked out.
Most their waiters know about gluten free. Great food!
Told the staff multiple times i had celiac disease and need everything gluten free. Got violently ill there today. Our food came out late and waitress even admitted that the chefs get annoyed having to make gluten free things so he obviously did not care or take any precautions. Told the manager how ill I was and all he did was ask if I wanted any food for the ride home.
Changed management (not for the better), menu changed, staff changed is not knowledgeable about gluten let alone celiac, items naturally containing gluten are listed on gluten free menu. Red Robin seasoning states gf on bottle which is on the table, but you are told you can’t have it because it isn’t gluten free, not sure which is accurate. Was asked if cheddar cheese contained gluten by server. Minimal, if any vegetarian options, NONE are gluten free. Highly recommend NOT going here. Miss the old Red Robin.
The hostess has no idea if they had a GF menu, but once I talked to our sever she had a manager come out with their allergen menu (which is in an iPad, which is kind of cool). Had the spinach dip and Cobb salad - no ill effects.
Staff was knowledgeable about allergy/Celiac. Eaten there multiple times without a reaction
Always good service, knowledgeable about celiacs and have a separate fryer for fries
I normally love Red Robin restaurants but this particular one is bad. Tasteless food. Dirty bathrooms with zero toilet paper and no one seems to care about anything there. I’m afraid of their care in avoiding gluten. I’m worried about how this meal is going to turn out for me. I recommend not going to this particular one.
Since being diagnosed with celiac we have gone to this particular Red Robin's 3 times, first time was great, no issues. Last two times we talked with our waitress, very knowledgeable and helpful yet my daughter's ceasar salad marked gluten free showed with toast sitting right on top. Last time my GF burger, I commented to my wife it was the best gf bun I've ever had, was NOT gf, was sick for days. No longer will I trust this resteraunt to do their part to get it right.
Stopped in for lunch. Great gluten free bun on a bacon cheese burger with gluten free fries. Perfectly cooked and they made sure my soda and fries stayed topped up.
After speaking with the management it was made very clear that they take food allergies seriously. However, the only way to make sure your food is prepared properly is to ask for the allergen menu, and reiterate to the waitstaff the issue the issue that you have.
Ordered an avo-cobb-o salad. No cheese, no toast. Came out with both. Sent it back and it was returned “remade” but with the toast crumbs still visible. Not sure if that was a management decision or kitchen staff, but either way you can’t trust food there celiac or not.
One of my go to restaurants with the family. Staff can be unsure at time, but make sure to ask for a manger if you feel like you are not being heard. Dedicated menu is online only and can be hard to read on a phone, so I recommend that you look at it ahead of time. Ordered in and to go no issues.
Completely uneducated staff!!! They had a gluten free menu yes, but had no idea what gluten even was. The worst part was that the girl got a huge attitude with me and was interested in what I was politely trying to explain to her. One particular ingredient in question was their aoli sauce. I informed her that Mayo was typically gluten free, but was unsure what Other ingredients were unless I read the ingredients. Because it appeared even the lettuce could have gluten according to their uneducated staff, we left. They should train their staff before offering gluten free menu items. Waste of an hour on my Friday night!!!
Our waitress brought out the allergy menu and was super helpful and made sure everything was safe for me. Their kitchen is set up for gluten free and I have yet to have a celiac reaction to anything I’ve eaten here. They’re super friendly and considerate!
I have had trouble with the food both times I have eaten at this location. In the most recent experience, the kitchen staff accidentally put my burger on a regular bun instead of the gluten free roll. My server was very apologetic and took it back to the kitchen to be corrected. When he returned less than five minutes later, I asked if it was a whole new burger or if they just switched the bun. He stated they just switched the bun. I had to send it back to have a new burger cooked. When the server returned for the third time, he assured me everything was fresh and done correctly, but I still started to have stomach issues within 20 minutes of my first bite. The staff is clearly untrained at this location.
I love this place! My daughter and I are both Celiac and have never had any issues. The allergen menu is available on a smartphone; there is a QR code to scan inside the regular menu. Staff has repeatedly seemed knowledgeable and we'll trained. Bottomless fries are great oh, and the burgers are delicious!
Love the burgers and fries. I always feel safe here
Staff seems very confused about gluten free fries. Used to have to order them without ‘seasoning’, but last visit I was told that ALL of the fries are now gluten free, even with seasoning. The confusion seems limited to this location. Even the manager wasn’t all that reassuring. If you’re celiac, beware...
I’ve eaten at several Red Robin’s with no issues. They have a dedicated fryer for fries. Also they have gluten free buns but I prefer lettuce wrap burgers. I have not gotten sick fro eaten at any of the Red Robin’s throughout Colorado. The staff is very knowledgeable and if not they will provide you with a tablet so you can look st their allergen menu.
Our server was very knowledgeable and helpful. She was willing to explain the items I could eat. There is a separate fryer for allergen free fries, and they have a gluten free bun. All that, but I still got sick an hour after eating there. Probably a good place if you’re less sensitive.
The Secaucus location was absolutely dirty! Would never eat there again. The floors are so greasy that it felt I was ice-skating as I was trying to make my way to the door. The tables are so dirty and stick, I needed a shower when I got home. Though the manager was answering all of our questions and accommodated our needs, It felt like he could not care less to reassure us that there would be no cross-contamination. The GF burger bun was very soggy, fries were crunchy but without any salt, and they had no bottled drinks for GF customers. Definitely not worth wasting money on ... ;( If you must go there, also ask for the fries to be put on the plate and not a basket..
While I would normally give them 5 stars because I've eaten there so often, in the last year lately it's seemed a little risky and the last two visits were the last straw for me. My visit last week I was given a regular full gluten bun and was told it was gluten free as it was placed in front of me. Thankfully I already knew what their gf buns look like or else I would have started eating it. They fixed me a new one which the manager brought out and all was well. Today, I went back bc it was a team lunch and it's really the only place I can eat out, my food was brought out with all of the other food on the same platter, and when I questioned one of the managers I was assured he was 99% sure it should be fine. In the end I didn't feel comfortable eating it (that 1% you know) and only ate a small portion. They tried to make it right by not charging me which I appreciated. I will say this location does try, however there have been too many close calls for me and I just can't risk eating here any longer. There are several staff and managers who take great care in regard to celiac customers, but they need to fully educate everyone or have some kind of alert to management for oversight of gf food prep.
My son ordered gluten free nachos and a piece of pasta was on the nachos. He didn’t eat that, but got very sick from being glutened. I called back to talk to a manager and the manager assured me they were very careful...not this time!
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Red Robin has gluten free buns for their burgers. Many locations also have dedicated fryers for gluten free fries. Please verify with your server.