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Applebees Gluten Free Menu

Applebees Gluten Free Menu

We recently went to lunch at our local Applebees and I was happy with the gluten free menu.  There is not a printed gluten free menu available at the hostess station but when I asked our waitress she went into the back and got one for me.

I had the Savory Cedar Salmon which comes with the herb potatoes and spinach and it was delish! This was also a low calorie menu choice. I was really pleased with how tasty it was to be low fat.  Our waitress was familiar with Celiac Disease and gluten allergies so it was nice to feel comfortable with my choices.

Of course there is no guarantee when you are dinging out in terms of cross contamination but she made me feel really comfortable because she mentioned they used a special uncontaminated pan to prepare my food.  I liked that they had a large variety including Appetizers too!

I snapped a picture of the Applebees Gluten Free Menu for you too! Not only does it include the Wheat/Gluten allergens but all of the major allergens including dairy, eggs, soy, shellfish, fish and nuts! You can view the entire gluten free menu online.

Applebees Gluten Free Menu:

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9 Comments

  1. They should not have french fries or chips on the menu if they are put into a shared fryer with breaded chicken/shrimp etc.

  2. The biggest problems with Applebee’s are a) the inconsistency from location to location, and b) the low frequency with which they update the online menu. We’ve been to some locations where they were able to quickly locate the allergen list and speak intelligently. We’ve been to others where I was told they didn’t have a printout and I should just rely on the online PDF version via my smartphone. But that online version is dated. At the Applebees’ we’ve been to with printouts of the list, they’ve always got some items manually crossed out. Since the online version was created, the item or suppliers have changed and it’s no longer gluten-free. Another big problem is that I don’t trust their list; the gluten-free listing includes the “white rice” side dish item for a kids’ menu side, but a friend of ours (who manages an Applebees in a different metro area) insists that with standard Applebee’s preparation options, the white rice is most definitely NOT gluten-free. (She said the Spanish rice is safe, though.) After my daughter got sick from an Applebees “gluten free” dining experience, we won’t trust them again.

  3. Applebees is not a gluten free restaurant. Maybe it’s ok fir the Hluten Free Fad Dieters. If you have Celiac disease. This is not the ace for.you to est

  4. Unless you go to a restaurant that is all gluten free. There is a risk of cross contamination. Some claim to he more conscience about maintaining a gluten free environment, but when they bring out all the food on the same tray and a gluten containing dish is on top of a gluten free dish it makes me wonder. I have celiacs and the only way to be 100% sure is to eat at home.

    1. Sure but that is not reality. I am not going to eat at home for the rest of my life. I have no issues when dining out because I am extremely cautious and know to eat at places that actually have a gluten free menu and can have a discussion with me about it. I most often as to speak the to chef before I order.

      1. Because I am gluten free, diabetic and dairy free the restrictions on my diet are immense. Never eating out again? Go away. I appreciate the research you have done on this. If you never ask, what a boring life it would be. Have I been glutened? Yes, once or twice. My fault, I didn’t ask. And not all gluten free diets are fads. Going gluten free helps with all kinds of diseases and disorders. People should do their research before commenting. Thank you Melissa for doing just that.

  5. Because I am gluten free, diabetic and dairy free the restrictions on my diet are immense. Never eating out again? Go away. I appreciate the research you have done on this. If you never ask, what a boring life it would be. Have I been glutened? Yes, once or twice. My fault, I didn’t ask. And not all gluten free diets are fads. Going gluten free helps with all kinds of diseases and disorders. People should do their research before commenting. Thank you Melissa for doing just that.

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