We had their gluten free burger and their gluten free Italian job grilled cheese and they were AMAZING! At first we were worried that the grilled cheese was incorrectly made with normal bread because it looked so realistic, but I could tell that it was safe for my fiancé after taking a bite, the texture is a little off from regular bread but it’s visually the same. He didn’t get sick but I’m unsure of all of their precautions so I don’t know if it would be safe for celiacs.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
NOT CELIAC FRIENDLY. They cook all together. Abruptly rude.
They have gf buns and bread, but they are going to be cook on the same grill. No dedicated fryer.
Great for gluten free. I got the grilled cheese and tasted just like a regular one. Milkshakes are also really good.
Burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches! They have both bread and buns - most likely Udi’s. No dedicated prep but did tell Kitchen to wipe griddle. Fries are tasty and safe. Food is pretty greasy and not the best of the “better” fast food variety but not bad and their offerings are plentiful.
Even if they offer gluten free bread, don’t get anything from here, even if you’re not celiac. I reacted every time I ordered something here on gluten free bread, so I’m guessing they probably share the grille with regular bread. Don’t even get French fries.
They use the same surfaces and sandwich presses (and will not wipe them down for a gluten-free order), so there's a high chance of cross-contamination. I've accompanied friends here but never tried anything for that reason. Execept once. I tried the tomato soup, and was very clear that any gluten would be dangerous to me. What did I find? A singular crouton laying near the bottom. Never again. I can't recommend this place for people with Celiac.