They have one grill for meat and a separate grill for bread, a dedicated fryer for fries, and the staff change gloves between sandwich prep. They have shakes but I didn’t try those. Overall great food in a celiac friendly restaurant. I’d go again.
The staff was not aware of the dangers of cross-contamination. I was told the bun and the burger were gluten-free, but that does not help when the buns are prepared on the same working area as regular buns, and the person handling them does not change his gloves before handling the gluten free bun. I’m a recently diagnosed celiac and still a newbie in the game, so I ate it, despite my skepticism. It tasted delicious, which is a plus, but it made me quite ill, so it really wasn’t worth it.