Gluten Free Menu at TGI Fridays

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Gluten Free Menu at TGI Fridays

If you are looking for a Gluten Free an Allergen Free option when dining out then you may want to consider TGI Friday’s.  They offer a gluten free menu and they have a menu key that tells you what every item on the menu contains!  I love that!  Check out the full menu here.  I snapped a picture to show you too!

I have personally ordered the ribs and loaded mashed potatoes with slaw.  When you enter the lobby at the hostess stand just ask for the allergen/gluten free menu.  When you place your order be sure to tell your server you are gluten free and that you need your food prepared with new gloves and clean kitchen equipment.  If your server doesn’t “get it” or you don’t feel comfortable ask for the kitchen manager to be safe.

I have had a great experience every time I have eaten at Friday’s and the manager has always come to my table to check and informed that they used new gloves and tools which really helped put me at ease.

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Comments

  1. Stephanie G says:

    I clicked on the link, but it takes me to the main website- I can’t find the menu. Do you know if all TGI Fridays have this gluten free menu or is it just the one you went to? What TGI Fridays did you go to? Thanks for posting!

  2. Johnny B says:

    They announced the menu late last year, but your experiences will vary by specific location. It’s very much an “eat at your own risk” thing. My local Friday’s is totally clueless and pulls stupid stunts like picking the croutons out of the salad and saying that it’s a fresh one (when there were clearly some pieces that they missed). Talk with the manager and make sure that they know what they’re doing. If you have gluten test strips/kits, it’s probably worth doing a bit of lab work at the table the first time. :) But I wouldn’t recommend just taking it on faith.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says:

      I am lucky that our location takes it very seriously – I spoke with the general manager and kitchen manager and they were very careful and new how to prep my food with caution. I have since become a “regular”.

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