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Gluten-Free Menu Options At Texas Roadhouse

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Since Texas Roadhouse lacks a gluten-free kitchen, any of its meals and desserts may contain gluten.

Although they recently tried their best to make some of their menu items gluten-free, they have yet to achieve that.

Therefore, this article will only include a few items prepared to be “gluten friendly.” However, you should always be aware of the possibility of cross-contamination.

Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free Options

If you’re wondering what foods at Texas Roadhouse are gluten-free, there are very few options. So, below are the very few items considered gluten-free at Roadhouse.

Special Entrée:

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1) Plain Hand Cut Steaks

  • USDA Choice Sirloin
  • bone-in ribeye
  • Dallas filet
  • Worth Ribeye
  • New York Strip
  • porterhouse t-bone
  • Roadkill (without sautéed onions)
  • Steak Kabob

2) Grilled Chicken (Zero Marinade)

3) Salmon

4) Pork Chops (No Seasoning and Peppercorn Sauce)

Sides:

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  • Baked potato (seasoned with only salt and pepper)
  • House Salad (No croutons)
  • Green beans (seasoned with only salt and pepper)
  • Steamed broccoli
  • Sautéed mushrooms
  • Sweet potato (seasoned with only salt and pepper)

Salads:

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  • Chicken Salad (No marinade or croutons)
  • Steakhouse Filet Salad (omit croutons)
  • Grilled Chicken Critter Salad (skip croutons)

Salad Dressings:

  • Caesar dressing
  • Ranch dressing
  • Oil and vinegar
  • Italian dressing
  • Honey lime sauce
  • Honey mustard dressing
  • Honey french dressing
  • Low-fat ranch dressing
  • Parmesan peppercorn dressing

Burgers and Sandwiches:

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  • Bacon Cheeseburger (with no bun)
  • Smokehouse Burger (with no bun)
  • All-American Cheeseburger (with no bun)
  • Pulled Pork Sandwich (with no bun)
  • Mushroom Chicken Sandwich (with no bun)

Some Better Gluten-Free Options to Consider

If you have a severe gluten allergy, it is best to avoid Texas Roadhouse since it doesn’t have a gluten-free kitchen, increasing the risk of cross-contamination. Instead, it would be best if you looked into other diners with better gluten-free kitchens, such as:

  • Outback Steakhouse
  • The Melting Pot
  • Olive Garden
  • Lemon Grass
  • Red Robin
  • The Tavern Grill
  • Carrabba’s
  • Wilder Wood

Conclusion

It will be ideal if you decide where to eat based on what would work best for you and your dietary needs.

Always consider food safety and seek clarification, if necessary, on the kitchen tools being used.

Knowing that the Texas Roadhouse kitchen was not made exclusively for gluten-free meals and that there is still a chance of cross-contamination will help you make a better decision.