SWEET POTATO FRIES NOT GLUTEN FREE, FRIED IN SAME DEDICATED FRYER. SO OTHER FRIES NOT GF EITHER. READ PACKAGING. THEY HAVE WHEAT PRODUCT COATING. I have Gluten Ataxia. If exposed, it causes brain damage. I ate there several times and felt weird next day. Noticed balance slightly off. Thought I was tired. NOPE! Next time we went in I asked to see packaging for everything I ate. Their sweet potato fries are coated with the product out of Europe that falls under 20ppm, but is a wheat product. Never been back. Hate to think how much permanent damage they caused me. And Celiacs need to be careful, just cause you don't have symptoms doesn't mean that the low level inflammation won't lead to cancer per a prior Celiac Sprue President. FDA site says no product is allowed to be labeled as GF if it has a gluten containing ingredient. Though they haven't imposed regulations on restaurants yet.
Enjoyed my Wrap Burger and fries from dedicated fryer,
This was our third visit to this location and they have gotten way better. They have GF buns that are better than average and have always made my daughter (Celiac) very happy. The fries were iffy at best on previous visits. My wife (gluten sensitive) complained in the past about feeling glutened. They now have a dedicated fryer for steak fries and this last visit was nothing but smiling faces. Be sure to go early. Wait times can be long for GF orders during the rush.
Pretty safe when they are not busy and have time to be careful. I've eaten there many times with no problem but got glutened over this holiday season.
ill never go back. we got cheese fries from the gluten free menu and there was elbow noidles in our appetizer of fries. that is so deadly and dangerous, they obviously do not care about cross contamination. never comming back here. waste of time and money!!
My son is Gluten free and has a peanut allergy. The staff is knowledgeable about GF. They have an electronic allergy menu. Very helpful. They also have GF buns! They even have use separate fryers.
This is a great place to get a very good burger with GF bun and safe fries---at a very reasonable price.
Dining in is fine, but when you order to pick up is almost always a sloppy job.
Updated: food has. Even mediocre the past several times. Food doesn't come out got and staff seems annoyed by verifying gluten free. Staff is very knowledgeable about the gluten free menu. Love the fries & GF buns. It's our go to place with the kids.
Would be nice if they had gluten free veggie burger as well
Love that they have gf buns for sandwiches and burgers. Their sweet potato fries are great gluten free too. One visit here I did get a regular bun... Luckily I recognized it as being too soft and squishy to be true gluten free bread and had the server double check back in the kitchen. They ended up preparing me an entirely new meal and did not charge me for it. I appreciated the efforts they took to fix the mistake, but it does make me a tad nervous.
The gluten-free menu here is pretty good compared to other places I've been to. Lots of different burger options. (I usually get the one with bacon and a fried egg on top - YUM!) They now feature a gluten-free bun at the Gurnee location and it's delicious! I love being able to have a normal burger alongside nice, hot steak fries from a dedicated frier and not have to worry. Sad there aren't really any appetizer or dessert options, but if you're looking for a good, inexpensive dinner, this is your place.
Red Robin in Gurner has a special GF bun. Yummmmmy!
Zero Stars!!! Red Robins Gluten Free menu SUCKS!! It's honestly two burgers and a chicken breast and hummus. You're paying full price for their regular plate that comes with trimmings and sides for just meat. I DO NOT recommend eating there if you need gluten free.
They provide an iPad that is interactive to filter out or suggest modifications to meat allergens identified. I had the Marco Polo which is a grilled chicken sandwich but added a GF bun. Also have a dedicated fryer on request for GF fries. I'm celiac and no issues with cross contamination.
Red Robin has an extensive allergen menu. The staff will bring you an iPad where you select your allergens such as gluten, nuts, egg, milk, etc. Red Robin offers gluten free hamburgers on a gluten free bun, chili, and French fries, to name a few items. The French fries are cooked in a separate fryer and they are bottomless. It's heaven for someone with Celiac Disease. Staff is very knowledgeable about Celiac Disease to ensure no cross-contamination. Highly recommend Red Robin!
While the gluten free bun was good, the rest of the restaurant was a real disappointment. Service was awful. Lemonade tasted like water. Getting refills of drinks and fries was an arduous endeavor. Finally came after we got the bill. Food was cold. There was a 1.99 entertainment charge added to our bill. Restaurant was loud. Not returning here again.
They had a special digital menu that you can select your allergies and it offers menu items that are safe for you. The manager also came to speak to us and assure us that they would be extra careful with our orders. When he mentioned that their fries were GF I said that was not listed as safe on their menu. He personally went into the kitchen to ask the staff as well as brought the label out to us to check the ingredients ourselves. The staff and manager were excellent and my gluten free dairy free meal was fantastic!
Dedicated gluten free fryer for fries. We go there all the time and never get sick, I have celiac. Unfortunately they got rid of there old really good gf buns (used to be Udis) and replaced them with bad ones. They are still celiac friendly, but taste like cardboard. I suggest a salad or chicken wedgy, but the burgers are still good too.
I read some of the other reviews and not like my experience at all! They have awesome gluten free buns for their burgers (that in my opinion are the best gf rolls I've ever had) and a dedicated fryer for fries!! They give you an iPad and it tells you everything that can be made gf
I ate here a few weeks ago and I got glutened. It was so sad because everyone talks about how safe they are. 😞 I read that gluten free should come in a yellow basket... mine was served on a red plate. The server never notified the manager about my gluten allergy either.
my waitress was very informed about Celiac disease and absolutely made sure my food was made separately with fresh gloves. they are very good with all allergens.
This place was absolutely disgusting - greasy fast food. The burgers were so well done they were like hockey pucks. Although our server was extremely nice, he messed up our order several times. The burgers were so greasy and I'd such poor quality, I had a gallbladder attack the next day! The good news was that there didn't seem to be any gluten in my meal.
Staff are knowledgeable, the fries are safe if you ask for no seasoning, dedicated dryer. They do both gluten free buns, which are delish, chewy, sweet, soft, and not crumbly. As well as lettuce wraps. Sweet potato fries and broccoli are safe unlimited sides. iPad which tells you exactly which burgers are safe. I'm gluten free, and my husband is celiac, and we have never been poisoned!
Great for dining there, horrible if its take-out! When eating there, the manager brought out my food and explained how careful they'd been. I ordered take-out: order was wrong so I waited for them to fix it. Got home and my bun and fries were wrong.....
Again Red Robin the best burgers ever. We traveled to Florida, California and all over. The waitress's was very nice and we enjoyed our visit. The sweet potato fries are GF and delicious also. The cheesecake is the best ever.
had a great burger, and the server was well versed. fries without the seasoning was sent. Only thing that stinks is I didn't remind her when I wanted a fry refill to bring gluten free and they were not. Family are them and she brought me my own a few minutes later :)
They have gf buns and fries cooked in a separate container. I always ask for the bun to be well toasted. They have always asked if it is an "allergy" or food preference. The staff told me if it is an "allergy" (celiac safe) that it is prepared on a different station. So far I have eaten here several times and have not had any issues. I usually eat simple grilled chicken and leave very satisfied. As usual, ask for the gf bun to be well toasted and it makes it better. People who don't eat gf don't know that toasting makes it tastier!
Gluten free bun tasted so good! Staff was very friendly and knowledgeable:)
Well, I am a Hugh RR fan, but today it's a different story. I just ordered a tavern burger on a GF bun, no sauce with provolone cheese and it came out with American cheese. So they put in a rush order and I got my burger but I think they used the same bun cause it was hard now. I ordered a house margarita and was drinking it when a different waitress came over with a new margarita and said that the one I was drinking didn't look like a house margarita so she swapped them out. Crazy shit has been happening at this RR.
Experience started off good - I informed our server of a gluten allergy and she brought me over an interactive allergen menu on an iPad, so I could see what my options were. I got the turkey burger on a GF bun, it was pretty good! They have a dedicated fryer, but at one point our server brought more fries and couldn't remember if they were made in the dedicated fryer or regular one. I didn't eat them. Ended up getting sick later that night so I'm not sure if they're educated on cross contamination. Pretty disappointing
My Fiance and I often would go to Red Robin as a date night, even before we figured out it was gluten that was making me sick. For about a year and a half it was one of my safe restaurants. However, recently I have not been to happy, from the one day there was hair in my fries as well as Macaroni on the bottom of my gluten free bun, to the day where everything seemed fine but I got super sick.
I have eaten here several times without any issues. They have a dedicated fryer and gluten free buns. Be sure to tell them you have a gluten allergy.
I have had multiple excellent experiences here. I have never had an issue with contamination. They have a dedicated fryer for their fries and separate prep area for the burgers. I have had the gluten free bun but personally prefer the lettuce wrap in place of a bun.
We go here fairly often. I have had a couple instances where I had to send my food back, once because a sesame seed was on my burger (obviously from a gluten bun). This was followed with a manager coming over and explaining that they were cleaning the kitchen and making me a new burger. Have never gotten sick here and always get the gluten free bun with fries.
They have choices like the chain places, but I have eatten here twice and gotten sick. Once they were dead, this time they were fairly crowded. Both times I made my allergy very clear. Small print on their menu says their meat can be cross contaminated, so I took my chances and lost. I had the Red Tavern Burger on gluten free bun and fries. Maybe the buns are cooked together and I should go bunless?
While it's nice for a place to offer a gluten free bun, the staff should be educated. Waitress was clueless and manager was unsure as well.
Dedicated GF menu, GF buns and fries fried in a dedicated fryer. One of the regular go-to places when eating out with my Celiac boyfriend. He's never had an issue there. I'm also a vegetarian (no gluten issues) so I enjoy that they can make any of their burgers with a vegetarian Boca burger patty. Lots of options for various dietary restrictions.
Good burgers, they have a separate fryer for fries. Staff are knowledgeable!
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