I've eaten here dozens of times. if the fries have seasoning, ask for plain. The server is always aware of what to do (gluten free fries, bun). Otherwise my burger has always been on a proper bun, haven't gotten sick. Usually keep it simple burger or Red Robin burger. tip: order your free extra fries right when food is served. otherwise you have to wait too long.
I am a celiac and had such a bad experience I won't even attempt going there again. It took them 15 minutes to come over with a card that they wanted me to scan in order to even see the gf options. Besides the fact that the restaurant is in an area where the cell service isn't great, and I have Verizon and don't usually have an issue, the menu is quite annoying to navigate on the phone. I finally decided on a salad which obviously was to be served without the croutons and blue cheese as per my allergy and the gf menu they had me look at. When I received my order there was blue cheese on the plate and if that was the only issue I would have chalked it up to someone not realizing that blue cheese can be an issue for celiacs but the fact that there were two large garlic toast croutons on the plate confirmed that the staff had no idea what gluten is. I then had to send it back and decided I wasn't going to chance eating there. When the waiter returned to the table I asked him if he knew what gluten was he had no idea. Then he told me that even though I was ordering off of the gluten free menu I should have made sure he wrote down that I wanted the gf option and then I should have specified what should and should not be in the dish I was ordering. I'm sorry but I thought that the fact that I was ordering off their gf menu and their menu specifies what should not be in that specific salad I was okay. I was wrong. I would not recommend going there is you are celiac because you will be taking a chance that the wait staff has no clue about a gluten allergy and that can lead to cross contamination and sickness.
My brother (with Celiac's) says these are the best gf burger buns he's had.
Great burgers/buns, fries & milkshakes.... what more could you want? Yum!
When you ask for the gluten free menu you're given a card to scan which brings you to their food allergy website. Many items can be modified to be GF friendly. Burgers can be served on GF rolls which are quite good. The fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer but come with the warning of possible cross contamination during handling. Good to know you can get a killer burger and chili cheese fries and stick to the diet.
Gf buns waiter not informative. Found croutons and fried onions in my salad. Management asked to come to table . Not recommended. Waited to speak to mgr. says he will talk to staff . Used to be god here dissppointed
There is no real menu. Just a binder filled with what you can't have. You have to go back and forth with regular menu to see what is in the actual meal. You have to do the work. They do make their fries with different machinery and have gluten free buns for an added charge. Probably won't go back.
Gf options are not options it all. It's a regular menu--no buns, no garlic bread, no croutons, no wraps. Absolutely useless.
Excellent gf menu! Manager oversees cooking. They cook gf fries in separate oil from non gf food. Just make sure you clarify you can't have the red Robyn seasoning.
They brought a gluten free protein wrap cheeseburger with a regular one and argued that there is no such thing as cross contamination. Will not go back.
Have eaten here dozens of times without a problem. Ask for the allergy book at the hostess station - gf options are listed, along with the top 8 allergens. Beware that the seasoning mix is not gf, nor are the fries (i ask for steamed veg instead). The book gives you the modifications to request - no bun, no seasoning, etc.. They make the best lettuce "bun" around, though!
No go! Our waiter seemed very put out to simply get the menu. Bun in burger was hard and they cook with soybean oil!!! Mixed information from waiters and management. My son became seriously ill, so I called back and it was the soybean oil and not having a dedicated fryer. Handing me an allergen book doesn't make it allergy friendly. Service was also horrible and incredibly expensive. -Hulen - Red Robin
When I'm traveling where there is a Red Robin I have to eat there. Their burgers are consistently good at the many locations I've visited. This one had slow service and wasn't very clean but food was delicious as usual. Their gluten free buns are great.
Read their website on sources of their food. says they cannot guarantee if their suppliers change their ingredients without notice. Not reliable for celiacs.
They offered us an electronic menu that made allergen info easy.
Really helpful servers, give you an iPad where you check off things you cannot have, then you can see a real menu, I had the Ensenada Chicken prepared gluten free and it was very good. As a business traveler I typically go to chain restaurants for consistency.
They have an app that allows you to eliminate allergies from the menu. Then it shows items you can have and lists if there are sauces, ingredients, etc., that you can't have in that meal. They wrapped my chicken sandwich in lettuce like it was a bun and it was delicious.
If you have Celiac Disease this is not a safe place for you. The chance of cross contamination is too high. So disappointed in the service I had last time I was here which was on my birthday. I carefully explained to the waitress that I had Celiac Disease and I double checked that they did their very best to keep things separate. When she brought out my fries after I took one bite I realized they were not gluten free because they were covered in seasoning( he gf fries always come out plain) I told her that they were not gf and that I would need new fries. Instead of just apologizing and starting a new batch she fought me on the issue for a good 3 minutes telling me that she knew they were gluten free. But finally she said she would start a new batch. Well she never did bring it out. Not the birthday dinner I was hoping for. Not to mention I spent the rest of my birthday on the couch or in the bathroom.
Good food, I had the California chicken sandwich on a gluten free bun. The bun did not fall apart, which is a plus. Our server was great, he showed me the iPad with the allergy list where I was able to check off gluten and dairy and soy. It pulled up foods that I could have while avoiding those allergens. It showed me the food item and what would be eliminated or what substations could be made. After leaving the restaurant I started feeling like I do when I eat gluten. I won't be surprised if I vomit later today or get extremely constipated. DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU HAVE CELIAC!
Ate here for the first time since being celiac. Heather was my server and she was great. She brought over an iPad and pulled up the gluten allergen menu which pulled up everything I could eat and what to remove to make it safe for consumption. It also showed options such as lettuce wrap or gf bun. She explained there is a separate fryer for the fries. My meal came out clearly marked with colored toothpicks. I look forward to a return trip. Update July 2017: Red Robin gets it. Their buns are one of the few GF I will actually waste my calories on. Their gf fries are put in the oven and are so good. Great family option.
Just found out all the oil gets filtered by the same filtering machine. So the oil used to fry gluten free fries and then the oil used for onion rings go through the same machine. So there is no way to avoid cross contamination once the filtered oil gets put back in the vat. The burgers are tasty though
Glad they changed things so I can have a burger and fries!
Great gluten free buns for burgers! If you ask for the gluten free menu they bring you an iPad. I'd say they have more options than some.
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