Nobody that works here knows what their gluten free options are. They refer you to their website. Don't list restaurants on this website if they aren't truly gluten free or if their employees don't have a clue what gluten free items are! I'm sure there's only two options...can't be hard to remember or train your employees.
wendy's gluten-free menu HomeFast FoodWendy’s Gluten-Free MenuWendy’s Gluten-Free MenuFAST FOOD BY BRIAN JACKSON UPDATED: NOVEMBER 16, 2016 NO COMMENTS Here is the complete Wendy’s Gluten-Free menu.Wendy’s Gluten-Free Menu 2016Wendy’s has a decent amount of options if your looking to avoid gluten. They have a lot of different salads, baked potatoes, chili, and of few other things! You could even enjoy a Frosty for dessert!SaladsApple Pecan Chicken Salad (without chicken)Asian Cashew Chicken Salad (without chicken)BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad (without chicken)Spicy Chicken Caesar Salad (without chicken, no croutons)Strawberry Fields Salad (without chicken)SidesChiliApple SlicesBaked PotatoSour Cream & Chives PotatoBacon & Cheese Baked PotatoBroccoli & Cheese Baked PotatoCheese Baked PotatoChili & Cheese Baked PotatoGarden Side Salad (no croutons)Caesar Side Salad (no croutons)
I thought they were very accommodating of my son (egg allergy) and me (wheat sensitive). They assured us our burgers wouldn't touch a bun and they were very good about it. I also had a chili cheese potato and my son had apple slices. Frosty's for dessert topped off a decent meal and no stomach aches! I love how how simple their allergen menu was online. Refreshing compared to my experience at McDs across the street!
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They're very accommodating in that they'll change their gloves and put your sandwich in this nice little container and make sure you have silverware and individual sauces. I've worked fast food and i know sometimes when one frier is getting cleaned you have to use the other that may be designated for breaded chicken, so you might have to be careful there.
The manager was very helpful and aware of gluten issues. He offered to clean a cutting board to cut a chicken breast to add to a side salad for each of my daughters with celiac disease. Gluten free dressings, frostys, potatoes, and chili. Nice to have a place to eat on a long road trip.
Wendy's isn't necessarily a gf restaurant but I have found that the staff at this particular Wendy's are understanding of the need for changing gloves and cleaning the work space. I order a Dave's triple with no bun or a bowl of chilli. I have not gotten sick and I am VERY sensitive. If you even breathe bread toward my food I get sick so that is saying a lot. ha.
We always feel safe at Wendy's but I have to say this one near the airport in Hyannis is the best one we've visited! Staff knows exactly what to do when you mention gluten allergy or celiac, and the service is fast and second to none. Like other Wendy's, lots of options!
Wendy's chili is GF and really good. Especially with added cheese, onions and hot sauce. I ask when they last changed their fryer oil and if recent I'll order fries. The fries are supposed to be in a dedicated fryer but don't always trust them. I've had good luck and the fries are excellent. Otherwise I'll order a baked potato with the chili. Wish they had more GF options but this has the most of all the fast food drive through places that I've found.
The Cleveland Wendy's is the best place around for celiac people. They are caring and knowledgeable about cross contamination best practices. Potatoes, fries, bunless burgers, salads, chili, frost, grilled chicken and more. They change gloves and have a wonderful attitude. Love this place! We eat here once a week.
Dedicated oil for fries. Gf menu on website.
Yummy salad, but I wish Wendy's would have more options! I had the BBQ ranch chicken salad (carful though, they chop their chicken on common cutting boards, according to their website.) Otherwise gluten free.. I'm EXTREMELY intolerant and had no reactions from it :)
They fries are in a dedicated fryer and the woman helping me was very clear communicating to the people cooking the food. I was able to get fries and a vanilla frosty and I didn't get sick. I've also gotten baked potatoes before but not at this location. I would still ask if its a dedicated fryer each time just in case, but this was a great experience.
I ordered a salad here through the drive thru. We spoke to three different people in the restaurant all of whom knew about food allergies. The lady who was on the window told us she had family who were celiac (luck of the draw I guess). I felt very safe eating my salad. They even looked up a safe dressing for me to try. Very good experience for fast food and also very surprising. I'm not sure I'd order something fried here, but I would certainly get a salad and a flavored lemonade here again.