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  1. We recently ate at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. in Ft. Lauderdale. It was not a good experience. Although they have a gluten free menu and are supposed to notify the manager when someone orders off the gluten free menu, in our case our server did not. We ordered a kids meal off the gluten free menu and instead of coming with jasmine rice, it came with fries, which our server said were gluten free. We asked him to check with the chef to determine whether the fries were gluten free (he came back and said they were, even though they weren't listed on the gluten-free menu). Further questioning our server, we asked whether the fries were cooked in a separate container from the other fried foods. They are not.   Although this was only 1 experience at 1 location, I would be very careful about dining here again (or at that chain, for that matter). I can't risk taking my family back there again.