Here is the complete TGI Fridays gluten-free menu.
TGI Fridays Gluten-Free Menu 2021
TGI Friday’s has a variety of menu items that can be modified for gluten-sensitive guests. They also note to ask to see a specific gluten sensitive menu if you have a food allergy or are needing to avoid gluten. While they don’t provide this menu on their website, they do add a gluten-sensitive label to various items on their regular menu. We have noted all of these gluten-sensitive items below, but recommend letting your waiter know if you are needing to eat gluten-free before you order. They also, don’t advertise any food as being gluten-free, so some cross-contamination is probably possible.
- Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Cider, Hard Cider
- Pabst Blue Ribbon, American Lager
- Tuscan Spinach Dip
From the Grill
- New York Strip & Baby Back Ribs
- New York Strip
- Flat Iron & Langostino Lobster Topping
- Rib-eye & Baby Back Ribs
- Baby Back Ribs
- Grilled Norwegian Salmon With Langostino Lobster
- Sizzling Chicken & Shrimp
- Sizzling Chicken & Cheese
- Classic Cheeseburger
- Turkey Burger
Soups & Salads
- Turkey & Kale Soup
- Chipotle Yucatan Chicken Salad
- Caesar Salad With Grilled Chicken
- Cobb Salad With Grilled Chicken
- Strawberry Fields Salad
TGI Fridays History
TGI Fridays is one of America’s largest full service casual dining restaurants, with locations in other countries as well. The company has more than 1,000 restaurants spread across 61 countries. Even though its original home is New York, the company arrived in Australia in 1995 where they opened their first location at Jam Factory Chapel Boulevard, South Yarra.
This chain began as a simple cocktail bar located in the Upper East Side of New York City. In 1965, a perfume salesman named Alan Stillman opened his bar at the junction between 5th Avenue and 63rd Street. His goal was to attract popular models and stewardesses into the vicinity, by revamping the otherwise modest beer joint. Single-handedly, the man turned his bar into a restaurant success story and renamed it TGI Fridays.
Built upon a theme of great food, innovative drinks and unlimited fun, TGI Fridays has evolved over the years to become the favorite dining spot for friends who gather together to enjoy the best in casual dining. They serve some of the world’s best signature items including Loaded Potato Skins, Buffalo Wings, Chicken Fingers, and Jack Daniel’s Grill among others. Moreover, the flips and spins of their indigenous flair bar tending technique has become legendary, not to forget the impeccable service offered by wait staff who are always friendly to the customers. The restaurant’s motto is “every day is Friday” and guests are welcomed to visit at any time.
In August of 2002, Imperium acquired ownership rights of TGI Fridays’ Australia and New Zealand branches, including 3 other existing restaurants which are the Jam Factory South Yarra, Epping Shopping Centre and Doncaster Shoppingtown. This helped TGI Fridays brand grow exponentially throughout the region and it now includes 9 restaurants found in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales. Imperium is considered one of the most successful proprietors of TGI Fridays in the world, having won numerous awards such as the 2012 Franchisee of the Year given by Carlson Restaurants, and the 2014 Fountain Gate Best Family Dining Restaurant.
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TGI Fridays Gluten-Free Menu
While TGI Fridays does label some of their menu items as being able to be modified for gluten sensitive guests, it is a very small portion of their menu, and they do not advertise any of their food as being gluten-free. We wish they provided more information on their website about their policies about dealing with cross contamination and guests who need to stay away from the allergen. If your ok with the limited selection of gluten sensitive items, it may be an ok place to visit, but we would recommend asking to speak with someone about the gluten sensitive menu before you order.