For a place called Hooters, you’d expect everything to be big.[naughty joke]
But that can’t be said about the Hooter’s gluten free menu.
I’ve been to Hooters only once and it truly seems like the main attraction isn’t the food but the girls.
This is a pretty obvious assumption that probably all of you already knew.
Anyways, here’s the Hooters gluten free menu.
Too many substitutions must be made to your meals so I’m not sure if it’s worth it.
But hey, it’s up to you to decides. Your decision is the one that counts.
Hooters Gluten Free Menu
Order without croutons and bleu cheese
- Side Caesar Salad
- Side Entrée Salad
- Entrée Garden Salad
- Entrée Caesar Salad
Sandwiches & Entrées
All sandwiches should be ordered without bun or bread
- Big Fish Grilled Sandwich: Should be prepared without season
- Gourmet Hot Dog: Gluten-free toppings include cheddar cheese, diced onions, and relish
- Grilled Chicken Sandwich: Should be prepared without any seasoning
- Hooters Burger: Gluten free toppings include Swiss and cheddar cheese, bacon, and sautéed vegetables which have been prepared without seasoning
- Be sure to request no saltine crackers
- Oysters (raw)
- Crab Legs: Should be prepared without shrimp boil
- Steam Clams
- Steamed Shrimp: Should be prepared without shrimp boil.
- Potato Salad
- Baked Beans
- Side Salad
- Carrot and Celery
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No Chicken Wings? I see the chicken without the bun sandwich. I mean, who goes to Hooters and doesn’t get chicken wings? or is it Owl wings? Just kidding.
Lol. Hey Donna, according to the official Hooters gluten free menu, they state that the chicken wings aren’t part of the gluten free menu. It’s weird because I’m pretty sure their unbreaded/traditional wings are gluten free.
I’m pretty sure the reason the wings aren’t on the GF menu, even if they aren’t breaded, is because they are prepared in oil that is used to prepare things that are breaded. As a celiac, that is enough to send many of us over the edge…
Their cross-contamination prevention guidelines are stricter than most places I’ve seen, and if you tell them that you have an allergy, they will use a completely different pan, or cover the grill with foil before they cook your food.
I told my waitress I was gluten free and asked for suggestions. She had no idea. I ordered a chicken sandwich with no bread and no seasoning. It was served with seasoning.
The wings are not gluten free because their fried in oil that is used to fry breaded items. Same goes for the french fries. I’m allergic and that is enough gluten to really mess my body up and make me sick for days!
Actually, while their official printed menu is sparse, the gluten free options are pretty abundant. For example, the fries-both regular and curly-, cheese sauce, and most of the dipping sauces are gluten free, and they have a dedicated fryer for the fries. They can make makes Actually, while their official printed menu is sparse, the gluten free options are pretty abundant. For example, the fries-both regular and curly-, cheese sauce, and most of the dipping sauces are gluten free, and they have a dedicated fryer for the fries. There are gluten free ciders and mixed drinks, and so much more. I kind of want to get together with the company and revamp their printed menu, because while their cross-contamination prevention practices are awesome, their printed menu doesn’t do it justice. They can make gluten free groomed boneless wings on the grill, and some of the hot sauces are gluten free as well. There are gluten free ciders and mixed drinks, and so much more. I kind of want to get together with the company and revamp their printed menu, because while their cross-contamination prevention practices are awesome, their printed menu doesn’t do it justice.
I think it might vary depending on which Hooters you go to. They told me that none of their dipping sauces are gluten free. I sometimes do get the “naked’ wings and then I take ketchup and mix it with a little mustard (since I can see those bottles and read the ingredients). I was told their fries are not gluten free, too, but that might be due to cross-contamination (I can’t eat fries anyway, diabetic). They tend to over-cook their wings, though, at least the one near me. I like their chicken garden salad, grill, but after reading the list above, I wonder if the chicken is safe if they’ve put some seasoning on it. They showed me their Italian dressing bottle and it appears to be safe — I didn’t see anything on it that has gluten, but then again, you never know. I don’t always know right away if something is making me sick, so I can’t tell which thing it is or not. Their food is pretty good, I think.
PS mayo with a little ketchup mixed in is also a good dipping sauce, and not only for the wings but for the celery and carrot sticks.
Barbara Brenholts Berendt
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