Restaurants with gluten free options
If you are willing to risk the possibility of cross contamination here are some restaurant chains that have made an attempt to offer gluten-free options, because you can’t always pack a sack lunch. Don’t be a goof, always ask before you order and don’t be embarrased to let the waiter and/or chef know how important it is to get your order right.
First some quick tips:
French Fries are often lightly breaded, seasoned and fried in a vat with other gluten products so don’t assume they are ok.
Fried rice is often made with a slight amount of soy sauce in the vat to keep it from sticking together – always ask.
Soups, sauces, maranades and salad dressing are easy items to ask to read a label on.
- Arby’s http://www.arbys.com
- Carl’s Jr. http://carlsjr.com
- Chick-fil-A http://chic-fil-a.com
- Chili’s http://chilis.com (download allergy info under “menu” before you go)
- Claim Jumper http://claimjumper.com
- Cold Stone http://www.coldstonecreamery.com
- In N Out Burger http://in-n-out.com
- Jack in the Box http://jackinthebox.com
- Mimi’s Cafe http://mimiscafe.com
- Old Spaghetti Factory http://www.osf.com
- Outback Steakhouse http://www.outbacksteakhouse.com
- P F Changs http://www.pfchangs.com
- Red Robin http://redrobin.com
- Wendy’s http://www.wendys.com
- Winger’s Grill and Bar http://www.wingers.info