They definitely respect us gluten intolerant folks! The fries are in a dedicated fryer and they have gluten free buns. Love going here.
We love Red Robin gluten free burgers! We eat here a lot and have not been sick.
Bun was one of the best I have ever eaten and their fries were awesome. The gf menu is on an iPad.
The waiter was incredibly knowledgeable on gluten free menu items. He double checked that we had an allergy and informed all the kitchen staff to be extra cautious. Later the manager came by to check on us and informed us that our meals were handled in a separate area than the normal meals to prevent cross contamination. :) we both got the gourmet cheeseburger. I ordered mine with no bun(can't stand fake bread) my husband ordered his with a GF bun. I tried the bun and it actually was pretty good. Over all, the burgers were good. Side of steamed broccoli was sub par- I didn't know you could mess up steamed veggies. But staff was friendly and accommodating. If you go, you MUST try the sweet potatoes!!
We have eaten at this red Robin many times and have never gotten sick. I’m not discounting that someone had a bad experience or that someone made a mistake but generally speaking this particular restaurant and the chain in general are very gluten friendly and knowledgeable anywhere we’ve ever been in the country. I give them five stars without hesitation.
Staff was knowledgeable and accommodating. My burger was flagged with a purple tag to visually differentiate between the gluten meals. It was an amazing gluten free bun and the online ordering tool was helpful!
Very accomodating. .. delicious gluten free rolls, and fries, assured all made separately from other products. ..had no problems .
Gluten free options. Look at the allergy menu on line e
I go here a couple times a month, am very sensitive to cross-contamination, and have never been glutened. Staff are great. Separate fryer. One of two places I trust. Not worth it to get glutened as will knock me off feet for about 5-6 days. No fear eating here and so delicious.
Informed by the waiter that they take “allergies super serious” so I ordered a turkey burger with no bun. Informed waiter I have celiac. Fries were from non allergen fryer. I vomited a few hours later. You can tell me it’s GF, but I’m certain it somehow had gluten in it. Never again.
This Red Robin has gone downhill. For years we enjoyed eating here but the management and staff have lost their edge. At our most recent visit (which will unfortunately be our last) I noticed that their fries were no longer listed on their company app as ‘gluten free’. I asked the waitress and she assured me that they do those in a gluten free fryer. I proceeded to order a GFbun (with a burger of course) and some fries. It was an anniversary get away that I wont soon forget. I spent the entire night throwing up violently and am spending the next day feeling like I got run over by a truck. Its scary to think that the management and staff either dont know about this disease or take a calliced approach to it. Too bad Red Robin. You had a good thing going........a shame its gone.
Not celiac friendly. Chalk this up to another place that doesn't take celiac disease seriously. I visited as soon as this location opened at 11am to avoid a rush. I explained to my server that my gluten free request was not a personal choice but due to celiac and he stated he would place an allergy flag on my ticket. One of two things happened - Either the kitchen completely ignored the allergy flag or the waiter did not place one on my ticket. Whatever the case I am now very ill from the contaminated food that I was served. I will not be back.
Staff was very helpful with gluten free menu. The GF menu was impressive because it labeled each ingredient on menu item and said whether it was GF or not and then suggested alternatives that were safe. There was a noticeable label on the receipt for anyone who handled the food that the customer had allergies. I had a hamburger and the bun was decent for GF. They also have a dedicated fryer for their french fries.
I am celiac and last night we were waiting a while for our food and the waitress came over. Said to me “they had to remake my burger because they put a regular bun on it and had to remake it.” I told her a year and a half ago I had the same server she was excellent, spotted it right away both times. They had to remake my salad three times because they put bread on and took it off and there were crumbs on my plate. This time they put a regular bun on instead of the gluten-free bun and had to remake it. I ate the remade burger and thank God I took my gluten ease pills. I asked for the manager and the manager didn't care he said “that there is a purple symbol for allergies” and I told him “that there's many allergies out there and I'm celiac and I could've been hospitalized for a week if I had gluten.” And he didn't even comp for the meal and basically didn't care I was very upset and I started crying I am never eating here ever again. They need to be properly trained for allergies.
Ordered the GF cheeseburger and fries and discussed my celiac needs with waitress. Tested my dish with my Nima Sensor and came back with gluten found. I’ve had no issues with other locations but will not be returning here. Waitress disinterested in my discovery but did not charge for my meal.
I told the waitress I have celiac disease, she assured me the fries were done in a dedicated fryer. I got a cheeseburger on the GF bun. I was up all night sick. I think there is an issue of cross contamination at this location. I’ve been to the Frederick one and never had a bad reaction.
Has a GF menu. Dedicated fryer for fries. Has GF bun and kid menu items. They are aware of gluten free needs, have an allergy friendly cooking kit/utensils, and have a special toothpick to identity and confirm dish is GF when being served to table. I have celiac and eat here often and safely.
The restaurant itself is usually great, and we've not had an issue with cross contamination. We were at this place in Grandville, a waitress was lovely though she forgot we needed allergy chili cheese fries, she apologized and let us know we'd be getting them for free. The manager brings the correct fries out, and smiles sarcastically as he says "I hope this LOOKS gluten free to y'all". So just beware of Bobby the manager that might give you sass.
I have always had great experiences here. They fry their French fries in their own special fryer so those are safe for celiacs. They always bring my food out on its own tray. I’ve never had problems here. As one user already noted make sure you look at their menu ahead of time, sometimes it won’t work on your phone either. But everything is fairly standard.
Never had any issue here with cross-contamination and the staff is knowledgeable. Great selection!
Went here since it had so many positive reviews. They do have an allergen menu but when you go to look at the burgers it says they can be cross contaminated on the grill. Also, when you check the box for wheat and gluten there are no fries listed as a side. Not sure what people are talking about saying you can have fries?! I am celiac and the waiter did talk to someone and they offered to cook on foil for me I decided to leave. Besides, if you want a fancy burger and you need it gluten free you are basically just getting a basic burger. We didn’t stay. I’m sure someone who is NOT celiac would likely be fine. I didn’t want to chance getting sick.
After waiting for over 30 minutes for our to-go order, my salad came out with two large pieces of garlic bread right on top. The ticket taped to the salad clearly said “gluten allergy” and “gluten free” and included that the bread should be omitted. Needless to say, I couldn’t eat the salad and my ability to trust them on the whole gluten free thing was destroyed.
This particular Location (Lakewood, WA) is not very celiac friendly. I eat at MANY Red Robin locations, which are usually great, except here. The waitress was nice until I mentioned that I have celiac and have to eat GF, then her look changed. She then went out of her way to avoid us (after taking our order) and when the kitchen staff member came out to give us our food, that person looked at us like they were upset with us as they handed us our food. This made me nervous to eat my food. I noticed my fries were seasoned and was told in the past that the seasoning had gluten in it (other locations never season my fries). Since the waitress was avoiding us I didn't get to ask her if it was safe until it was time to leave and then she just nervously giggled and shrugged her shoulders. I will never go back to this location. They are not friendly or helpful and make me feel unsafe.
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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.