Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free menu.

Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free Menu 2020

Texas Roadhouse tries to re-purpose some of their current menu items as gluten-friendly, but they come up short. For starters, they do not operate a gluten-free kitchen so cross contamination can occur with any of their food. They also don’t provide any gluten-free alternative seasonings, sauces, or marinades for any of their dishes so you will be limited to salt, pepper, oil, and vinegar for pretty much everything. There are a few things to eat if you end up here, just make sure to let your waiter know that you are needing to eat gluten-free.


  • Any Steak (No Seasoning or Butter)
  • Grilled Chicken (No Marinade)
  • Pork Chops (Without Texas Roadhouse Seasoning and Peppercorn Sauce)
  • Salmon
  • Steak Kabob


  • House Salad (Limit dressing to oil & vinegar. No croutons.)
  • Fresh Vegetables (Limit seasoning to salt and pepper.)
  • Baked Potato (Limit seasoning to salt and pepper.)
  • Sweet Potato (Limit seasoning to salt and pepper.)

Dinner Salads

  • Grilled Chicken Salad (No chicken marinade or croutons. Limit dressing to oil & vinegar.)
  • Steakhouse Filet Salad (No Texas Roadhouse Seasoning on filet. Limit dressing to oil & vinegar.)


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Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free Menu
  • Gluten-Free Options


Texas Roadhouse may offer what they call a gluten-friendly menu, but it’s mainly about taking things off. They don’t offer any gluten-free alternatives so their selection is limited and most dishes can’t be enjoyed how they were originally intended. They could do a lot more to help provide some extra options for those who are sensitive or allergic to gluten.

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4 thoughts on “Texas Roadhouse Gluten-Free Menu”

  1. Thank you so much for this list. Sometimes this is hard to find. My research for gluten-free for Texas Roadhouse was coming up short and was frustrating… until I found this page. Most servers do not really have this info either.


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