I had the Superburger on their gluten-free bun and was surprised at how great it was. Most buns are stiff and mealy, but theirs had a nice texture to it and it made a favorite burger of mine taste nearly perfectly normal. I ordered fries and our super server, Steph, conveyed that they don’t have a separate fryer for gluten-free items. The hash browns as an option have a seasoning on them that has gluten in it, and she suggested trying the regular French fries being grilled on the griddle. They were quite delicious and had some crispiness to them. It was such a delicious and good outing and everyone there was great with cleanliness and distancing.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Used to be great place for celiac now not so much. Go somewhere else. Sick each time I come now ☹ This last time the waitress was way more worried about smoking then if I could eat anything or if we got a bill.
Best.chili.ever. ♥ Haven’t been here for a few months, so I forgot how accommodating they are to us celiac folks!
— Separate gluten-free menu
The little bit they do have that is gf tasted perfectly fine, however nothing on the menu was marked and the waiter didn’t know too much about the way things were handled in the kitchen or what all was gluten free. They really don’t have much at all to pick from, and I’d love to see more options though.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Left within 5 minutes of getting there. Not very knowledgeable about gluten free. The hostess said we have buns and fruit. Really disappointed, wanted a good meal after being on the road. Only gave it 1 star because I had to
Eaten Parks are great for celiacs, no matter which one I go to the food is consistent and tastes the same. The item are labeled and waitress are knowledgeable. I have never gotten sick off of there gluten free items.
I’ve eaten here quite a few times and the food is always gluten free and always great! There’s a god amount of options (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert) that I’m always happy. I’d definitely recommend it.
I currently have had to start following the fodmap diet and was dying for a burger. So I got the gluten free bun and it’s the gluten free patty and it was really good. Along with the gluten free baked potato:)
We have had a few bad experiences at other Eat n' Parks close to home, but we were travelling down the turnpike and desperate so decided to try here. They were so kind and careful with our celiac child. We spoke with a manager and they made extra care to prepare her meal in a dedicated GF area of the kitchen. My child also loved the hamburger bun so much that we decided buy 24 buns for the freezer. Since the buns come sealed, I think we will go ahead and get their buns from Eat n' Parks from now on actually as they tasted MUCH better than Udi's or Aldi buns.
I am a very sensitive celiac and I had no issues here. I ate scrambled eggs, bacon and fruit. They brought my food out with others, but I had no issues with cross contamination. They offered a gluten free roll, but I declined.
Easy to navigate menu, yummy gf buns & gf knowledgeable. I asked a couple questions abt their precautionary measures concerning cross contamination & our server then notified the manager who explained about their process which involves a kit. Special care was given to my Cheeseburger which was very tasty. The manager brought my meal out separately. Satisfactory meal & I feel great.
Burger with GF bun, ask for GF BAKED fries and you won't have an issue. Breakfast is great, only had an issue once when they gave the wrong potatoes, but they replaced the whole meal right away. All american scrambler is a fave, with a gf bun instead of bagel. They are very accomodating if you are specific.
For a short order chain diner, not bad food. They have a celiac friendly menu, and the waitress said they have dedicated prep areas. I only gave them 3 stars, though, because the waitress was kind of rude. She wanted us to believe she was overwhelmed, even though there was only like 3 or 4 tables. Oh well, I’d eat here again, but hope for a better waitress. I may have to live with celiacs, but the waitress has to live with her hair style choices, and I’m okay with that.
Update: we ate here again, and had a completely different experience. Our Waitress was friendly and attentive, and was familiar with the GF menu.
My boyfriend and I ordered a gluten-free bun and they both came out really soggy. I’m assuming they froze them and then threw them in the microwave.. The eggs were also undercooked. On a positive note, when I ordered fries, my waitress then came back and told me they were not gluten-free, which I appreciated! The waitress was good, but we were not impressed with the food by any means!
My daughter enjoyed her meal of scrambled eggs and fresh strawberries. She didn’t try the GF toast, but overall everybody was happy with their meal, and my daughter did not get sick.
I ordered a burger with gluten free bun and the waitress suggested pan fries because they are gluten free. Sadly something was cross contaminated and made me severely ill.
This is a great safe option along the PA turnpike. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. There were plenty of options (including dessert), and our celiac daughter was very happy. When it came time to box up her leftovers, our server brought us out a new glove to use so we didn't touch her food after handling our gluten. We'll probably be back on our next road trip!
they are good about being gluten free and have never had an issue with food, but our service is usually bad so i avoid coming here unless it’s to purchase the gluten free buns! you can order those separately and they are GREAT!
When I called to ask some gluten free questions, the girl on the phone was rude and put the cook on the phone . Did get anything out of him .. so I didn’t eat there . Found a chipotle and went there .
The staff here had attended special training and the manager brought my food out separately to me. The menu includes a special section detailing GF offerings and describing how to modify other items ( for example, delicious GF buns are available for burgers or sandwiches ). It is a diner, so the food is diner food, but they went to the extra effort for me such that I felt safe.
I am not sure what happened last time. We had gone to this location specifically because of my celiac since I had eaten something here safely before, but I got terribly sick and was truly the first time I was "glutened" since diagnosis a few years ago :(