*Red Robin! Yum.*
It’s been a really long time since I’ve eaten at Red Robin. It’s not exactly far away, but it’s not a place I pass by often either. My dad invited Nikki & I to dinner & told us to pick a place. We’d been talking about going to Red Robin since we knew they had gluten-free buns and fries. They are also one of AllergyEats 2017 Top 10 Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains. There are 538 locations throughout the U.S.
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Our server was very nice and attentive. She brought Nikki a tablet with their interactive menu, Allergen Customizer, and got answers for Nikki’s questions. The interactive menu is easy to navigate and helpful. You can check which ingredients you wish to avoid. From there, the user can select appetizers, entrees, sides, and desserts.
The fries are cooked in separate fryers, but in vegetable oil. The fries *are* gluten-free, but are *not* soy-free. Which is a bummer because they have Bottomless Fries. *insert sad face emjoji*
After considering a lettuce wrap, Nikki chose the Red’s Tavern Double Burger. Her order removed cheese, tomatoes, & Red Robin Special Sauce. She also opted for a salad (or more accurately lettuce and cucumbers) with Italian dressing. Nikki approves of the bun, saying it was really good and it tastes like a normal bun.
I also got the Red’s Tavern Double Burger with cheese & ketchup. Our dad also got the Red’s Tavern Double Burger with everything on it. He also got the Bottomless Root Beer Floats. He let me try it & it was really good! It’s only $4.49 too.
Here is the aforementioned Root Beer Float.
Though I also had the Red’s Tavern Double Burger, mine came with Bottomless Fries. They’re really good and should be cooked in canola oil so those that are also soy-free can enjoy them too.
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