Denny’s Gluten Free Menu

The Denny’s gluten free menu is a little on the weak side.

There really aren’t that many main entree choices to choose from besides a couple breakfast meals that compose primarily of eggs and hash browns.

In terms of gluten-free eating, I think I’m going to have to pass on Denny’s.

Sorry Denny’s.

But in case you still want to know what consists of the Denny’s gluten free menu, here it is.

NOTE: There isn’t an official, in-house or online gluten free menu, so here’s a list of all the gluten-free choices you have.

Enjoy!

Denny’s Gluten Free Menu

Entrée

  • 2 Egg & More Breakfast with Hash Browns: No bread
  • Bacons Cheddar Burger Patty with Grapes: No bun
  • Beef Patty
  • Eggs/Omelets
  • Grilled Tilapia: request no rice pilaf
  • Sliced/Shaved Ham
  • Steak
  • Ultimate Omelet with Hash Browns: no bread

Salads

  • Side Garden Salad: request no croutons and no dressing

Sides

  • Applesauce
  • Baby Carrots (raw)
  • Black-eyed peas
  • Celery Sticks
  • Corn
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Fried Corn Tortilla
  • Green Bean
  • Hashed Browns
  • High Div’n Veggies: No breadsticks, no dip
  • Jump-Shot Jello
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Olives
  • Pinto Beans
  • Red Grapes
  • Regular French Fries
  • Sliced Cucumbers
  • Tomato Slices
  • Vanilla Yogurt

Sauces

  • Lemon Butter Sauce
  • Pico de Gallo
  • Salsa
  • Tartar Sauce

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Comments

  1. Melissa kern says

    Just a tip– Ask that your food be prepared separately because otherwise there will be cross-contamination and you may still get the gluten you are trying to avoid.. Also, some Denny’s and IHOP tend to put pancake batter in their omletts. So when you place your order, ask, and make sure. :)

  2. Wanda Chaney says

    I would second your warning about Denny’s. I’ve been there twice since developing a gluten problem and I got sick both times. Twice is enough for me.

    • BrendaTheK says

      What did you eat at Denny’s? We have to go there tomorrow for a meeting, but I would like to avoid whatever you had. I have experienced the batter-added omelets at IHOP and NOTHING there is safe.

      • Adam Bryan says

        Dennys is one of those places where it’s way too dangerous to take a risk to eat their if you have an allergy. I wouldn’t recommend it but that’s just me. Sorry I couldn’t have been of more help Brenda

  3. Cam says

    I live in Canada and there is no health regulation to restaurants that says they should cater to allergy suffers. So have to really watch, and if there is nothing walking out has to be an option. I suspect in canada there will be either law suits or the government will legislate food segregation. But something that was recommended to me is to take along a card with your allergies on it and give it to your waitress, this way they can’t forget.

    There are very few restaurants in Canada, and Canadians are cheap they will not pay for expensive meals.

    • Attica says

      I don’t know of anywhere that has “food segregation” laws (at least not yet). I don’t know if they’ll make any moves like that here or not, but it does seem to be on edge of something happening whether it be lawsuits or some kind of related laws coming down.

      That would be nice in theory, but I think then very few restaurants would do it because it would be too much of a cost and an annoyance for them to bother. Then unfortunately, we’d be completely screwed :(

      I have no idea where you live in Canada, but I’m assuming it is extremely rural. In most places that are even half-decently populated, there are restaurants everywhere you look.

      Especially on the coast… in that case, you can’t walk 10 feet without seeing one in most areas.

      Most Canadians are not cheap and lumping us together into one negative category appears ignorant.

  4. Cheri says

    Dennys in Glendora Ca told me absolutely nothing on their menu was gluten free. I had to sit and watch everyone else eat, i’d rather go hungry than get glutened. How hard is it to at least offer a few salad choices with some gf dressing..thumbs down to Dennys.

    • Adam Bryan says

      I’m sorry to hear about you negative experience at Denny’s, Cheryl. What’s your favorite place to eat at in Glendora besides Dennys?

  5. Laurie says

    The breakfast skillet meals are cooked in the skillet so there is no cross contamination. We’ve had good luck with the skillets. :)

  6. Nicolette says

    I have found quite a few items from Denny’s that do not get me sick. For breakfast I get egg whites with avocado and tomato, turkey bacon, hashbrowns or red potatoes, and fruit. For lunch/dinner I get a piece of grilled chicken or a Turkey patty. Ask for either wrapped in lettuce and whatever else u look like on a sandwich that’s gf. Then u can get any side choice like French fries. U just have to ask to be careful when they prepare it. And be creative :)

  7. james H. says

    Actually, as an employee of dennys, there is in fact a gluten free menu that is available on request. If your server or hostess says that they don’t carry one, then it’s most likely laziness from not wanting to get it.

  8. Silvestre says

    Hash browns normally contain gluten as an additive or they are often cooked in the fryer with other things that contain gluten. Rice in any form does not contain gluten nor does any form of corn

  9. Amanda says

    I worked as a cook at Denny’s most everything is cross-contaminated the fries are not safe or anything cooked in the fryer. So the skillets are not safe either because the red skins are fried. The omelettes should not have pancake batter though in them but the grill where they warm the filling for the omelette might be cross contaminated so make sure to ask if they will cook it in a pan

  10. Muawiyah says

    Bob’s is easier to navigate ~ always get the boiled egg with hamslice and baked potato

    There’s always some clown at all these places who puts a gluten contaminated spoon in the mashed potatoes ~

    I-Hop eliminated their baked potatoes some time ago and I think that was my last visit there ~ they are UNSAFE.

    Still, Dennys has some sides that are always safe and they are reasonably priced. French fries are still done in a fryer that does breaded items as well (shrimp, fish, etc.) so stick with the OTHER kinds of potatoes. Plus, bacon ~ there are people who get all upset at the prospect of eating a piece of Miss Piggy, so that always gets cooked separately, as does ham, porchops, and so forth.

    As a general rule if you need a fried egg do that at home! Everybody can poach, and most will boil an egg for you. Order 4 poached eggs and they’ll start paying attention ’cause that’s a bigger bill and a bigger tip.

    Carry your own toast NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO

  11. Phyllis says

    Found myself at a Denny’s against my wishes. But Denny’s has really stepped up. They now have many gluten free options clearly marked on their menu. They even have gf english muffins and most of their salad dressings are gf.

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