Gluten Free at Five Guys

1078 ratings
Burgers, Fries, Allergen List, Fast Food + 2 more
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4 days ago
Celiac friendly

The employees I encountered at this location were extremely knowledgeable, kind, and careful. They had one person prepare my order from beginning to end.

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Not celiac
5 days ago

Do a GREAT job with the French fries.

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Celiac
6 days ago

Although staff entered order as allergy they did not change gloves and holler out allergy as they did in the other location we visited in Manchester NH. Hope they start to do it the way they do it in Manchester..

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1 week ago

Great food and service. Just remember to ask them to change their gloves and prepare your lettuce wrap without touching anyone else’s burger that way there is less chance of CC. Their fries are fabulous as usual.

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Celiac
1 week ago

The Stuff didn’t know anything about glúten...

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Celiac
1 week ago

They made me a little nervous, but I ordered separately and watched the whole time they cooked. We brought a bun. It worked out but be careful.

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2 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

Staff changed gloves if you tell them Celiac. You can order a lettuce wrap or bowl for your burger and the fries are made in a separate fryer. We had a big party with lots of allergies and dietary restrictions but food was great, everything was correct and staff was really nice!

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Celiac
2 weeks ago
Not celiac friendly

I explained that I couldn't have gluten and they put my hot dog on a bun that touched all my fries. Very rude and selfish. Don't recommend it no more

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2 weeks ago
Not celiac friendly

I have ate at Five Guys two different times, different locations. Both times I became very very sick. Not sure if it's the cross contamination or the fact that their food is super greasy. Do not recommend if you have a sensitive stomach or cross contamination is an issue.

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Not celiac
2 weeks ago

They have an “allergen” option for their burgers to avoid contamination from other products, and offer a bowl or salad wrap instead of a bun. The staff is familiar with the procedure. Good burgers with lots of topping options!

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Celiac
2 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

They flagged my burger for a gluten allergy and offered a lettuce wrap. The fries are cooked separately and they were delicious! The kitchen is open so you can see them preparing your food. I was skeptical but I am very sensitive and I didn’t get sick. I will be back!

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Not celiac
2 weeks ago

We stopped at Five Guy's in Hershey PA and everyone had on idea about anything being Gluten Free! We had to leave. It was a disappointment.

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Celiac
3 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

Five Guys has a reputation for being understanding when it comes to allergies and Celiac. This location gets it, but you have to be vigilant. Be sure to remind them that staff should change gloves and utensils. We have refused food that wasn’t prepared this way to be safe. Benefit of an open kitchen is you can watch out for red flags!!

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Celiac
3 weeks ago

Lettuce wrapped burger and fries are safe to eat. I ask them to use allergy precautions, and they switch gloves n are careful of the workspace. Have eaten several times and not been sick, and I’m a pretty sensitive celiac. One point off for no gluten free bun.

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Celiac
3 weeks ago

You can get a lettuce wrap/burger bowl and fries here. The only fried food in the fryer is the fries. Lots of options for burger toppings but no gf bun.

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Celiac
3 weeks ago
Not celiac friendly

I had a Severe reaction. The manager even came from the back to cook the burgers with gloves not sure what went wrong, she may have wrapped another order with same gloves. I’m extremely sensitive.

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3 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

As with other FG locations, you can get a bunless burger (in a bowl or lettuce wrap) and upon ordering they ask if it's for an allergy. Fries are fried in a dedicated frier and so far so good at this location.

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3 weeks ago

I was told that I could go ahead and take my chances at the Adams Road restaurant. On our way to Red Robin.

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Celiac
1 month ago

Gf fries! Only thing fried in the fryers are the fries. They were disorganized but did say they’d change glove before my order. No reaction to gluten

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1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Staff was knowledgeable about preparing and avoiding cross contamination. Only the burger without a bun was safe. Never been to a 5 Guys before even though there is one in my hometown back in Michigan. I wasn’t that impressed with the food so I likely wouldn’t eat at that chain again.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Not celiac friendly

The woman asked me if I was gluten allergy or diet, I said allergy. I thought hey they know what they are doing. The cheeseburger lettuce wrap had lettuce ontop and bottom loosely. The burger was ok, nothing great. I left excited that I could eat here. Not even twenty minutes after eating I was sick. Yep glutened big time that lasted all day. Won’t be coming back.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Great place to eat. Every time I order my hamburger with no bun they always ask “for diet or allergy” when I say allergy the announce it down the line everyone touching my food changes their gloves. All condiments are individually sealed in separated containers. The fries are safe because the potatoes are the only thing that goes into the fryer.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Not celiac friendly

I got super sick after having a lettuce wrapped burger from here :(

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Celiac
1 month ago

Was contaminated there though I let it be know I was celiac. Was sick for two days.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Tell them you have an allergy and the crew knows what to do. Good burger and fries!

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Burger bowls are great! You can have cheese and fries here. Steer clear of the Cajun seasoning! They know the allergy routine.

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1 month ago

Manager took my order when I asked about fries. They make nothing but fries in their deep fryer, and have a good lettuce wrap, with lots of fun free add ons to your burger. Plus peanuts to munch on while you wait. That said peanut dust will be in the air, so avoid if you have that allergy

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

They were awesome! Very careful with the food!

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1 month ago
Not celiac friendly

I’ve been to several Five Guys chains across the US and know that the bowl can be safe for celiacs. I said I had an allergy three times to two different people but they still made the bowl with gloves that had just handled buns. If you go here, watch them!

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

The staff was incredibly knowledgeable about Celiac cooking and was able to provide a gluten-free burger & fries that tasted great and did not make anyone sick from cross-contamination. They wrapped the burger and toppings in a lettuce bun that was crispy, fresh, & tasty. The fries also had their own fryer so there was no concern there.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Had a burger in a bowl (I didn't want a lettuce wrap, but they will do that) and fries. They will change their gloves, use different spatula, etc. The fries were delicious and I couldn't tell you the last time I was able to eat fried french fries at a restaurant. Nothing else is put in the fryer, and it is fried in peanut oil. Delicious and had no reaction. I'm very sensitive and didn't have a bad reaction.

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Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Guy behind the counter was upset he had to change gloves and remarked "why does everyone have an allergy." If I eat here again would bring my own bun. I asked for lettuce wrap and got a burger in a bowl. Kinda odd but tasted ok.

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Not celiac
1 month ago

They only use their oil to cook fries so there’s no contamination there. Their lettuce wrapped burgers are phenomenal- they wrap them really well.

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Celiac
1 month ago

No GF fries. Employee had no knowledge about GF items available.

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Celiac
1 month ago

Amazing place I ate here several times and never got sick and they have great food!

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

We didn’t like the food but I didn’t get sick! They were pretty knowledgeable on protocol to prevent cross contamination!

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

They knew what to do - glove changes, separate bag for the gluten vs the gluten free items and amazing fries with gluten free fryer

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Celiac
2 months ago
Not celiac friendly

I ordered a burger bowl with mayo and ketchup. Staff took precautions as much as they could. They scooped the mayo and ketchup into a container but took a bite into the mayo and quickly found crumbs. Instant cross contamination and symptoms surely started within 2 hrs. I won't be going back. 😰

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Not celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

Dedicated fryer. Ask if it's an allergy or preference. Eaten here numerous times with no issues

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Celiac
2 months ago

If you ask for no bun they almost always ask you if you have an allergy. If not tell them and they seem happy to change gloves and be careful. Fries are only thing that go in fryer.

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Celiac
2 months ago

No thank you. My "gluton free" burger came on a regular roll. Great fries, good shake, and high price did not work for m

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2 months ago

No GF buns but the lettuce wraps are delicious!! & with the only gluten being buns & some milkshake toppings crosscontamination is not a big threat.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

The person who took my order clearly communicated to their staff that my order was for an wheat allergy. This happen more than once to ensure I did not receive any CC. They all changed gloves and took precautions. Burgers are cooked separately from the buns. Fries are the only item in the fryer, so no CC there. I got the burger bowl and small fry, it was cooked perfectly and tasted great.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

Best fries that are gluten free

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

I’ve eaten here many times however yesterday I paid close attention and noticed that the employee preparing my lettuce wrap changed her gloves and everything. It’s impressive to me that five guys can get it right and not 5 star restaurants... thank you Five Guys!

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Not celiac
2 months ago

They always do a good job following precautions when I specify a gluten sensitivity. They can do a no bun bowl for bugers and dogs.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

Like all five guys locations I've been to, this one takes Celiac seriously. Tell them it's for an allergy, they use a special grill and take all the precautions. Five guys is a lifesaver when traveling.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Usually five guys is one of my go to spots for gluten free burgers. But this place is far too busy for me to come back. Amazingly I did not get sick and they did a good job trying to keep my burger gluten free. But with the sheer volume of orders they have at this location the risk of cross contamination is very very high. Their prep table was by far the messiest I have seen at a five guys and there were crumbs every where. Nothing against this location, but the risk is too high here.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

The burger in a bowl is always good.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

I have eaten here more times than I should admit. They are very knowledgeable and careful. Fries are cooked in a dedicated fryer. I am VERY sensitive, and I have never gotten sick from eating at this location.

Gluten Free Features
  • Allergen List
  • Burgers
  • Fries
Categories
  • Fast Food
  • Kid Friendly
  • Lunch
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