Potato Cakes & Homestyle Fries* may be cooked in the same oil as Chicken Patties, Crispy Chicken Fillets, Prime Cut™ Chicken Tenders*, Curly Fries, Fish Fillets, Jalapeno Bites®, Loaded Potato Bites®, Mozzarella Sticks, which contain a wheat allergen.
There’s a list online of all the Arby’s gluten free menu items. At first it looks long, but it’s condiments, dipping sauces, drinks, shakes, 2 salads and.... meats. The fryer is shared, so basically your options are a salad or meat. Staff were accommodating and served my gobbler “sandwich” (turkey, cheese, tomato and lettuce) in a bowl with a lid and the mayo and cranberry relish on the side. The sandwich looked huge on the menu board, and my SO and I shared, so the bread was wrapped separately and served on the side. It was thoughtfully prepared and tasty, but I was still hungry, because let’s face it - 2 oz turkey and a slice of bacon on a lettuce leaf isn’t DINNER- so I ended up with a Jamocha shake. Overall, Arby’s is doable, but not nearly the options that the posting presents.
I ordered a half-pound beef n cheddar with no bun. I told them I had celiac and they offered to change their gloves and pay special attention to preparing my meal. Samantha, the assistant manager, was very patient and knowledgeable about cross contamination and allergies. This is not unique to this location as I’ve found many Arby’s to be accommodating of my celiac disease.
Limited choices, but open on holidays and close to the freeway, so handy when traveling. I had a salad with turkey, cheese and very good bacon. I am not Celiac, but I do have severe reactions and I did not have any reaction. The menu is on the corporate web site.
No gluten free options, per the manager.
It was great to have a roast beef sandwich on gluten free bun, along with a baked potato. They are very aware of celiac and have a separate prep area. Can't have anything deep fried but the sandwich was awesome. We will be stopping here again when we go thru town.
I've missed Arbys so much. came in for a baked potato and found out this is the only location (as far as the counter staff was aware) in Canada with Gluten free buns. a separate prep area, and a separate toaster. I was informed The owner has family with Celiac / allergies. Had the beef dip. delightful.
they had a salad and shakes that i could have they didnt have a clue when i asked about gluten free
I'm a Celiac and wasn't expecting much, but after I found their online menu, I tried it. When I asked for no bun, I was asked if it was for an allergy. As soon as I said yes, the cashier yelled over to the food prepper to change his gloves and clean the counter! I was very pleased! My rosy beef was placed in a bowl with a lid and placed on a tray separate from my kids' fries and cheese sticks. It was so nice to have a bit more confidence in a restaurant claiming to be GF friendly!
Trying to eat Gluten Free on the run is extremely difficult. But this location is wonderful about packaging the bread on the side from the meat. There potato cakes are baked in a different location than their curly fries so I can eat those. I've eat there a number of time now & have never gotten sick. The staff may look at me odd or ask questions but they have always been friendly and understanding. Excellent for fast food.
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