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MooYah Burgers

Great Tasting Burgers and Fries

If you are looking for a place to enjoy a delicious burger without worrying about gluten, MooYah is a great option. MooYah is a casual burger chain that offers gluten free buns, fries, and shakes. My 13-year old daughter, Juliana, loves burgers, but finding a place that can accommodate her dietary needs can be challenging. That's why we were so happy to discover MooYah, where she can have a satisfying burger meal without any gluten issues.

Moo Yah Gluten Free Burger
Gluten Free Burger and Fries at Mooyah in Sudbury, Massachusetts.

Five Things We Learned about MooYah

Here are five things we learned on our last visit to MooYah:

  1. The french fries are delicious! MooYah fries are made from fresh potatoes and cooked in 100% canola oil. The fries are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, and you can choose from a variety of seasonings, such as cajun, ranch, or salt and vinegar. Juliana loves the fries and always asks for extra ketchup.
  2. Juliana has eaten here several times with no issues with gluten. MooYah takes gluten free seriously and follows strict procedures to avoid cross-contamination. They use separate utensils, toasters, and fryers for gluten free orders, and they mark them with a green sticker. They also train their staff on how to handle gluten free requests and inform customers about the ingredients and allergens in their menu items. Juliana has eaten here several times and never had any adverse reactions or symptoms from gluten exposure.
  3. The food is more expensive than Smashburger. MooYah is not the cheapest burger place around, especially if you order gluten free. The gluten free bun costs an extra $1.50, and the fries and shakes are also pricier than other places. A regular burger with a gluten free bun, fries, and a shake can cost around $15, while a similar meal at Smashburger would cost around $12. However, Juliana says that she likes the burgers better at MooYah, and that they are worth the extra money. She says that the burgers are juicier, the buns are softer, and the toppings are fresher.
  4. The vanilla shakes are really good. MooYah shakes are made with real ice cream and milk, and they are also gluten free. They have a variety of flavors, such as chocolate, strawberry, oreo, and peanut butter. Juliana's favorite is the vanilla shake, which she says is creamy and smooth. She enjoys it with her burger and as a treat for the ride home. She says that the shakes are better than the ones at other burger places, which are often too sweet or artificial tasting.
  5. Juliana ordered the gluten free bun instead of the Iceburger (lettuce wrap). MooYah offers two options for gluten free burgers: the gluten free bun or the Iceburger, which is a lettuce wrap. Juliana prefers the gluten free bun, which is made with rice flour, tapioca starch, and other gluten free ingredients. She says that the bun is soft and tasty, and that it holds the burger well. She ate her entire burger and some of the fries. She says that the Iceburger is too messy and hard to eat, and that it doesn't feel like a real burger.

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We'll Be Going Back!

We will be going back to MooYah as it is a great alternative to other local burger places. Juliana loves the food and the service, and we appreciate the gluten free options and the attention to detail. MooYah is a place where we can enjoy a gluten free burger without compromising on taste or quality. If you are looking for a gluten free burger place, we highly recommend MooYah. You won't regret it!

 

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This series of posts will cover some tips and tricks that I have learned about my twelve-year-old daughter's gluten-free lifestyle in the Boston area. Gluten-free eating can be challenging in any big city, but especially in Boston due to the high number of restaurants and availability of options. I've been learning what I can to make sure my daughter can still enjoy eating out, and I want to share what I've learned so that other families in the same situation can benefit.

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