Red Robin's Gluten Free Menu - Celiac Disease
Dec 8 2008

Red Robin's Gluten Free Menu

Traveling to a Red Robin in the near future?   We’ve been doing some research and discovered that Red Robin is one of those good restaurants that actually publishes their gluten free menu on their website!  Unfortunately, they don’t seem to have a direct link to it (you have to email them for a link to the current menu).

For your reference, we were able to obtain a recent Red Robin Gluten Free Menu, released only a few days ago!   If you are viewing this post more than a month after publication, you’ll want to contact Red Robin for the most updated version of their gluten free menu, or use the menu linked above simply as a general general guide.

For your reference, here is the information provided in Red Robin’s menu:

Red Robin General Information:

  • Red Robin will customize orders to meet dietary needs.
  • Salad Dressings and mayo do contain vinegar in the ingredients list. The vinegar is not malt vinegar.
  • The Red Robin Seasoning is sprinkled on the beef patty and steak fries after cooking. The Seasoning does not contain wheat, barley, oat or rye glutens. It may contain naturally occurring glutamates. These items can be ordered without Red Robin Seasoning. Please inform your server if you desire no seasoning.
  • Corn strips may be fried in a common fryer.
  • Steak fries are fried in a designated fryer.

Red Robin Produce Items:

  • Salsa
  • Black Beans
  • Turkey Breast Meat
  • Beef patty
  • Lettuce Wrap Burger
  • Carnitas meat
  • Grilled Chicken Breast Fillet
  • Egg
  • Turkey patty
  • Grilled Salmon
  • Rice
  • Side of cooked vegetables

Red Robin Current Entrees:

  • Cobb Salad
  • Crispy Chicken Salad, substitute crispy chicken with grilled chicken
  • Fajita Pollo, minus corn strips.

As always, remember to inform your server of your dietary needs prior to ordering!

Article Written by:

Kyle Eslick is the founder of Gluten Free Media, as well as the creator of the popular Celiac Support Groups page. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+!


  1. monica harkness says:

    We just saw this info and it indicates and highlights steak fries are done in a separate fryer. We double checked since they arent listed on red robins gluten free menu and the bolingbrook IL location does not use a separate fryer. Please note this so others don’t get sick!

    • Josh says:

      The Red Robin near my house DOES have a dedicated gluten free fryer, this must vary from one location to the next. As with any restaurant experience, it is always good to ask, regardless of what the internet says.

  2. Glenda says:

    Here in Eugene, Oregon, we have a wonderful Red Robin that always does a great job with my meal. I always order a lettuce wrapped cheeseburger with fries – all GF. I am never ill after eating there, as they are very careful with the fries, etc. I am quite happy with them. It is good to be able to relax and not worry about how I am going to feel after eating there.

  3. Tami grammer says:

    My local RedRobin said the fries here are gluten free as long as I ask for them unsalted/seasoned. Their season salt have gluten in it.

    • Colette says:

      Only If fried in seperate oil. The oil if used to fry other menu items is full of gluten. Cheeseburger in Paradise does have gluten free fries. They use seperate oil. Be careful.

  4. Lorene Alston says:

    We love Fiesta Pollo salad and come in just for that alone. Lately it has been missing from menu. WHY? Great salad!! We will stop coming to RR if you do not return this item to your menu. Fortunately the kitchen agreed to make it up special for us a few times lately, but we FEAR it will be off the menu permanently. BIG MISTAKE!!

  5. Kim says:

    Love your Gluten Free Menu…I can finally dine out ,,THANK-YOU

  6. tina says:

    Since this website is a bit outdated I came in for the California chicken and was informed the guacamole is no longer gluten free!


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