We have been able to eat here for a while now. It's our go-to for a burger. The bun is a good one and I like having vegetables and other options for side than just fries. When you ask for gf sweet potato fries they are really good but they don't have the seasoning the regular ones do so if you are transitioning you might be disappointed at first.
A member of our family has celiacs. It is nice to go somewhere he can have burgers and French fries. French Fries are in a dedicated fryer
Knowledgeable waiter, great GF burger and fries. Would definitely come back.
Really great gluten-free bun with their turkey burger with NO bread crumbs. They even have gluten-free fries! Will definitely go back.
My husband and I had amazing service here. The second I mentioned my celiac our waitress went into action letting me know their procedures to keep cross contamination from happening. Their gf buns are amazing and I like that they have bottomless salad instead of fries as an option for no additional charge. I've been mostly gf for over two years, but I've only had my diagnosis for a week. Doing no CC is an adjustment and I am glad I've found a place that is so accommodating!
I was very impressed with not only the GF food but the service as well. Our waiter made sure that the food I ordered was special for all my allergies and checked once the food was delivered to make sure it was as specified. There was not any problems with accommodating what I needed. Very impressed and will return!
Great burgers on GF buns!
Red Robin has special training and procedures in place to mark food for celiac and a number of other food allergies. My son orders the same burger when he comes here and says it is delicious.
I love coming here. Very attentive to gluten free needs. Always very courteous. Manager virtually always stops by to check on how things are going when we're there. They have a repeat buyer program. Kids menu has lots of variety. Free Wifi. And the food is always good. They have a special fryer for doing gluten free fries (#1 frier IIRC). Gluten free bun option available, so no need to do "lettuce wraps" for your hamburger. Special color basket for gluten free fries. Don't forget to put each purchase on your Red Robin Royalty card to get free orders every so often.
The gluten-free menu is fine. The lettuce burger tasted pretty good. It did come with fries, but the waiter was great about replacing that with something else. It was an easy meal.
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!
Update 30 Sept 3018 — when I noticed the food was not speared by the typical stick signifying the order was prepared gluten-free, I asked if the food was gluten-free. The server condescendingly replied “you want a purple stick? I can get you a purple stick”. Without checking with anyone, server insisted food was gluten-free.
The waitress was very aware of the seriousness of having celiac and ensured that our food was handled properly. She also told us that they have an entirely gluten free prep area in the kitchen and separate dedicated fryer for the fries. Great experience, courteous wait staff and happy tummy’s for the 3 Celiacs in our house.
Love that they have a dedicated fryer! I have eaten here a few times now and never had a problem and staff I have had seems knowledgeable. I do find their iPad allergy menu hard to use, scrolling between options, and the last time there were greasy fingerprints all over it.
One of my favorite gluten free burgers I have had! Wonderful! People are always super nice about my Celiac’s and if you just tell them it’s an allergy. they are always super careful. Never have had an issue.
This restaurant may be okay if you have a gluten intolerance but both my son and I are Celiac and ate there last night. He had a beef burger with bacon on a gluten-free bun and gluten free fries in a designated fryer. I had a simple grilled chicken burger on a gluten-free bun and a side salad. Both of us had a reaction this morning, typical of gluten cross-contamination. Do not recommend eating here if you have Celiac disease.
We ate here for lunch today. Daughter had gluten free bun. Was pretty good. I had burger wrapped in lettuce-no bun and they do have designated fryers-you just have to get fries without seasoning. Waitress was knowledgeable and helpful. Good experience
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.
Just an advisory, I was going to eat here after seeing the positive reviews and having good experience at other Red Robin locations. But there must have been something going on in the kitchen tonight, because when I showed up, there was a huge wait. The to-go orders that were being picked up were completely wrong, according to the to-go customers. That comprised my trust this particular night, so I left without eating.
The staff is usually very good about asking if it’s an allergy or preference. They have a really easy to use allergen guide online and will bring you a tablet to use in the restaurant.
Since going gf free, we have been thrilled to find many places offering gf buns for hamburgers, That being said, most are clearly not as good as regular. Only 2 have stood out: Cooper's Hawk in Annapolis (they bake their own) and nor, Red Robin. It was so delicious I had to check to make sure it was not gluten. (like Glory Days, the food is served with a colored marker to assure that it is gf) Our waitress was informative, the food was terrific, and we are 2 days out with no issues. We loved the burger, the plank style fries were crispy outside, creamy inside and the cole slaw fresh and yummy. We will be back and next time we will try a milk shake!!!
I had a wonderful experience! I had a GF bun with my burger. Very fresh and tasty! Endless fries in a GF fryer. Our waiter was super sweet too.
This is my first time actually reviewing and not just reading other reviews. This place is so great I have to add my two cents. Super knowledgeable, super understanding, and super, super safe!!! EDIT: This has been our go to place for two years. The last time we went we ordered the same thing we always order and both my celiac twins got violently ill. I called and the manager confirmed everything we ordered should have been safe. The unknown is the worst part because now we can’t go back since we don’t know what happened. It’s so sad.
As one of the first restaurants to offer GF bread, we’ve found Red Robin increasingly difficult - or maybe just this location? No help with what is GF; my WiFi has issues in the restaurant making it hard to look up the options; even if it will connect, the seasonal burgers are never updated to the app that we’ve been able to tell. Tonight I ordered the Grand Brie for $14.99 plus an extra $2 for a GF bun. I was so disappointed. The burger was brought to me, and I had to check to see why there was a pat of butter on my burger. It wasn’t butter. THAT was the Brie! The server came to ask if everything was delicious. I avoided eye contact, so she sent a manager. I opened the burger, and the manager proceeded to look and ask what specifically I was disappointed with. The amount of cheese? The burger? She offered a new one, but the appropriate response would be, “Oh, wow. We really feel short of the mark on that one. Let me get you another!” To their credit, the server was super sweet, and they comped my meal. Still, the food here continues to struggle on the GF spectrum compared to other places in terms of menu option being accessible, taste and quality of the GF buns, and price.
They have dedicated frier for fries and gluten free buns The seasoning for the fries says gluten free on the container It was wonderful I have celiac and its been a long time since I have been able to have a fun and fries at the same restraunt!! wooo hoo
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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.