Fast cheap food thats good for the price. They don't have a gluten free menu but our servers are always good about working with me to alter a meal that fits me. For example usually I either upgrade my hashbrowns or and an extra order in place of the side of toast. Very friendly staff!
*** Please write honest reviews so others have up to date information on choices*** Always gluten friendly, they cook my food all on the meat grill, you have to request some items from the back because all of the bread is kept in close proximity to gf items and in a hurry bread crumbs will be dropped into those items. You will have to watch your cook prepare your food because some cooks don't pay attention but for the most part they are good. I've only gotten sick twice but from the same cook who doesn't pay any attention to cc. I sometimes buy a gf bun from culvers next door and order plain cheese steak and put it on the gf bun which is good.
Our waitress, Ashley, was awesome today! I ordered scrambled eggs with cheese, grits and bacon. I told her I have Celiac and get very sick. I asked her to have them change gloves and use a clean pan and utensils. I believe they did. I am writing this about 5 hours later so would have gotten sick by now if there was gluten and i still feel great! I would return and recommend them!
All food is cooked on a shared surface with bread and pancakes, using shared utensils. Nothing on the menu should be considered safe for someone with high gluten sensitivity. Someone only mildly sensitive should be fine.
I have grilled chicken breast, scrambled eggs & hashbrowns for breakfast. I am never bothered with gluten. I also put honey on my chicken & picante sauce on my hashbrowns & eggs. I ask for sliced tomatoes instead of the toast. I have also had the hamburger steak with the same above sides. I always eat at the Raymond Hill Rd Waffle House at Sharpsburg, Ga. It's the best of any I have been too. The first shift on Wed thru Sun. there just can't be beat.
the employees were incredible. They came to me with the grits package that showed they may contain wheat. Then another looked up hashbrowns on her phone and showed me that they could contain wheat. It was a generic site not WH'S so I told her I had already looked it up and WH'S are GF. Then the manager came by and said she had called the corporate office to check on the grits and hashbrowns. they are both gluten-free but they can't guarantee they aren't cross contaminated. I have never experienced that level of concern in any restaurant!