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Chili's Comes Through

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I just heard from Chili's (sent a message yesterday or the day before) Here's what they say:

Thank you very much for your email and for your interest in Chili's. We are very happy to provide you with a list of suggested menu items.

Please be aware that we cannot guarantee that any item is completely wheat-free due to cross-contamination possibilities in the preparation of our food items. Therefore, the list we have compiled is based on the information obtained from our supplier ingredient statements:

Bacon Burger with no bun, no dill pickles, no mayo

Baked Potato Soup

Chili's Filet Steak - no garlic toast

Chips - No Salsa

Chocolate Shake

Citrus Fire Chicken and Shrimp

Flamed-grilled Ribeye - no garlic toast

Salmon and Rice with Steamed Veggies with no ginger citrus sauce

Kid Burger and Fries - no bun

Margarita-grilled Chicken with no black beans or kettle beans

Mashed Potatoes

Mushroom Swiss Burger with no mayo, no dill pickles, no bun.

Old Timer Burger with or without Cheese with no mustard, no bun, no dill pickles.

Side of Saut


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This is particularly good news because this was one of the chains that used to tell us to eat elsewhere. After a number of people wrote they buckled down and looked at the menu.



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This is FANTASTIC news. My 5yo daughter has Celiac AND is an extremely picky eater. The more options that I have the better. She WILL eat cheeseburgers so that's at least a saving grace LOL. We just went to the Outback today and it was simply awesome! :D


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