Gluten-sensitive menu available on request.
Be careful, this is not gluten free, this is "gluten sensitive", cross contamination is not avoided here! the waitress told me the ribs carry the least chance of cross contamination, but the burgers for sure are contaminated. FYI
This is an airport chain restaurant so I didn't expect a whole lot but I found a friendly greeting and a friendly waitress. I also found a decent GF menu and no problems with my order. The GF bun used here with the turkey burger was better than most. All in all a very good airport experience for some one with a GF diet.
I was in Dallas Ft worth international airport Monday May 19th 2014. I was excited when I read the good reviews for the TGI Fridays in both terminal A and C but I went to the on in terminal D. I didn't have time to sit and eat there so I placed a togo order and when I asked the person working the togo counter how they prepare a gluten free burger (because the menu doesn't say) she told me: "I don't know, I put in gluten free and it comes out gluten free". I told her that this is an allergy for me thinking that they have a code or button for that so they know to change out all of the cutting boards, knives and such but she just kept repeating that she puts gluten free in and it comes out gluten free. I should have walked away at that point but I took the gamble that the people in the back knew what they where doing. When my burger came out with fries I should have left the food and gotten my money back but I didn't have time to go anywhere else. I told her to take out the fries and then I cut the part of the burger off that was touching the fries. I still got sick, I got really sick, I'm still sick from it and its been 4 days. That was the worst glutening I've had in a while. Maybe their regular wait staff know what their doing but their togo people sure don't or maybe I just got their most incompetent employee (she thought wheat was gluten free)
Gluten free or items that can be modified are marked on the menu. Good set of options. I had a strawberry spinach salad with grilled chicken. No gf beers, but wine. :)
Waitress very knowledgable about gluten free menu. Even knew which of their sauces has wheat
Huge selection and yummy
Located at Gate 13 in redesigned Terminal A. 4 GF steaks and 1 GF pork ribs to choose from. Also about 6 sides. Menu identifies other top 8 allergens in menu items too. I had just enough time (40 min) to have ribs, ginger slaw, and mashed potatoes. Server advised steak would take too long before boarding my flight. Yummy, quick service, friendly staff.
My family and I ate here while on vacation on October 20, 2018. I have a gluten sensitivity, so I have eaten at the Friday's in my hometown, but they do not have a dedicated fryer. Our waitress, Brittany, was awesome! She was super friendly and let me know they had a dedicated fryer for their gluten sensitive guests!. My daughter laughed at me because I was so happy to be able to eat french fries!! I also had the regular cheeseburger on a gluten free bun. It was absolutely wonderful! Can't wait to go back!
We were very skeptical going there bc there are no recent reviews stating whether they’re celiac friendly or not. We called ahead and spoke to the MOD, Jessica. She was unfamiliar with exactly what “Celiac” is however she was incredibly knowledgeable on the kitchens procedures and process for GF foods (or “gluten sensitive” as they call it). My daughter had a burger (no cheese) with an Udi’s bun. Fries are NOT safe, but they were accommodating by giving extra servings of fruit to her. Jessica was pretty much our server as she wanted to oversee everything having to do with my daughters meal to ensure it was 100% safe with no CC. I will not say they are officially celiac friendly, however Jessica specifically went above and beyond making sure my daughter had a yummy, safe meal
I live less than a mile from here. If there were no other restaurants for 100 miles from here except for this one I still wouldn’t eat here if I was starving to death. Out of the last 5 times I’ve had to eat here 4 times they about killed me. Finally I refuse to go here when I’m invited. One time they put croutons on my salad then tried to take them back off. Idk if they’re not trained well or what but it’s a crap shoot going there.
I had a great experience there! My 12yo and I have Celiac Disease. I ordered the salmon with super veggies and coleslaw, she ordered the grilled chicken sandwich with a lettuce wrap and mashed potatoes. They were all great tasting, grilled to perfection and you can still get the fries which are fried in a separate fryer and a gf bun. There are many options and our waitress was VERY knowledgeable and patient. Highly recommended!!! Definitely will have to go back.
Limited gluten sensitive menu with a few salads and burgers with gf buns. No dedicated fryer. Not really celiac friendly, but could work if cc isn’t an issue. Worth trying in an airport with few choices.
Gluten Free menu that has a nice variety of food options. When told the waitress I had celiac disease and to ask the cooks to change gloves and prepare my meal separately, I got no strange looks and she talked to the chef for me. Food was great and so was the service!
Be vigilant! My GF burger first came out with a side of fries, they told me I can just get another side. I had to explain that I couldn’t eat the burger either. They take it back, when it comes out the second time, the salad had croutons. I was very clear that it was an allergy when I ordered.
The staff was very friendly and our waiter was very nice; however, this restaurant has more to learn about gluten-free dining. My daughter, who has celiac disease, ordered a hamburger and fries. She vomited profusely within 2 hours of leaving the restaurant. She continued to vomit and have diarrhea for 14 hours after eating here. I called the manager when we got home from our trip to Orlando. He was very understanding and he promised to re-educate his staff. I explained several of the dire consequences of gluten ingestion and informed him that my daughter's intestines will be damaged for months. So, if you have celiac disease, beware. Be sure to ask a lot of questions and explain everything that must be done to keep yourself safe. Also, be sure to ask about the fries. Another reviewer stated the fries were safe. I'm not so sure about that.
Large gluten free menu. Great burger!
Excellent choices on a separate GF menu! Very knowledgeable and caring staff! Awesome wait staff! Had a cheese burger and the bun did not fall apart! My server Zaire made my day! Awesome personality! So positive even though the whole place was jammed. Will go back in a heartbeat!!!
Always excellent, have been to many of the TGIs in Southampton, separate menu, excellent service.
Ordered a hamburger minus the bun and it arrived with the bun. Server took it back, thankfully I was sitting where I could see into the kitchen because he just had them take it off the bun and brought it back out. Was shocked when I refused to eat it! Gluten free beer was expired by almost a year. Not very knowledgeable.
Staff amazing , knowledgable and helpful. Great separate menu and delicious food.
I have celiac disease, and it is one of my favorite places to eat. So far, I have never had an issue with cross contamination. I also love that I have a good selection, and unlike most places, I don't have to substitute everything out or leave off all sauces and flavors just to make it gluten free.
Told waiter at least 3 times that I needed to have a gluten free salad. He said he understood. Came out again. croutons on salad. I was moderately pissed. He came back out with a new salad and cheese on the side, cuz he apparently “wasn’t sure if cheese was gluten free”. I appreciate the gesture, but that’s disturbing. When my bf paid the check, we said “thank you”. Waiter ignored us. What the hell fridays?
Went there because of their rating and found the only item that is truly gfree is the bun!! According to our server everything else has gluten in it. Our daughter had lemonade while we all ate. So frustrating. Their menu says gluten sensitive but on this site it says gluten free. Not true.
Was grateful to find this option in the airport. Gluten-sensitive menu is pretty extensive (although very standard) with steaks, chicken dishes, burgers with gf buns, salads, 2 soups, and even 2 beers. I enjoyed my meal and the Omission beer I drank.
Recently marked GS on the menu to indicate what items can be made for people with gluten sensitivity. They did have a GF bun, which surprised me... that is a first for T.G.I. Friday's as far as I am aware. I hope I don't get sick... but at least they are trying...
Updated review: They have GF Buns for their burgers that taste like regular bread (from what I remember, diagnosed in March 2009!). There isn't anything on the menu for a side that typically goes w a burger, but I had the Cheeseburger & was impressed!!! Part of that could possibly be I'm tired of Red Robin & Five Guys. Not bad as far as choices, more than they had when we went years ago. I would go back. Last time I was there, the amount they had on the GF menu didn't make it worth my time to ever go back...may have changed by now.
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