Excellent food, service, and view! They brought me gf bread and their fryer is safe so I could have fries.
We went on a Sunday night and didn't have reservations. They were quite full but made room for us at the bar. So do make reservations!
Great experience, I went in a few minutes before they closed & the girl who made my bowl was very understanding- she washed her hands quite thoroughly & put on new gloves! I was wary of the chips but ate them & feel fine- very thankful one of my favorite restaurants is so GF friendly! :-)
I am going to be fat and happy for a month after my meal at Linger. Excellent gf notations on the menu. Went on Tuesday for the 3 courses for $30. Definitely worth it. I wanted to bribe the chef to teach me how to make the Vietnamese crepe made from coconut and rice flour (vegan). The Thai fried rice was the best I've ever had and the gluten free dessert trio and Thai snow were the perfect end to a great meal.
Ate here for lunch. They do have a gluten-free menu, but there really isn't anything for lunch included on the GF menu. They have appetizers, salad, and dinners on the gluten-free menu. I decided to go with a caesar salad, and french onion soup. Of course with no croutons or bread. The salad was very large, and could have been a meal in itself, however it was nothing special. The soup was good, but I am no soup connoisseur.
The biggest problem I had, is a couple hours later I got very sick. And had to visit the bathroom many times during the rest of the day and night. So I don't believe what I ate was truly gluten-free. So I will not be eating here again.
Such a treat to have crispy sesame and tempura and other treats, and at a reasonable price! Only downside is no lunch specials for GF so no benefit to going at lunch vs dinner. But as a sensitive Celiac who travels often to NYC for work, the last thing on my mind is a couple of extra bucks for Celiac safety. Also love Lilli & Loo (sister store with similar menu).
Always a stop I make in NYC - such a treat to have crispy sesame and tempura and other treats, and at a reasonable price! Always in and out quickly. Only downside is no lunch specials for GF. But as a sensitive Celiac who travels often to NYC for work, the last thing on my mind is a couple of extra bucks for Celiac safety. Also love Lily's 57 (sister store with similar menu) but Lilli & Loo has a better overall atmospheres.
My favorite stop when visiting NYC. This sensitive Celiac loves how much care they take when dealing with your order. Fried chicken and waffle, French fries, brussels sprouts, brick chicken, all delicious.
Absolutely awesome experience. The fried calamari is the best I've had. When we ordered the calamari, I commented that I was Celiac and made sure it was REALLY gluten free. The waitress then asked if I had a dairy allergy because there is dairy in the calamari (I'm not dairy intolerant so I'm not sure if it can be made dairy free as it wasn't applicable to me). Impressed that they knew those are often hand in hand. Friendly staff. Good happy hour. Excellent for Celiacs and they do it right here.
It's pretty much the same as any other Outback, but the waitress was really friendly and I had no gluten issues. I ordered the chicken on the barbie with a baked potato and house salad (no croutons of course). I just hope Outback eventually starts carrying GF bread.
Was pleasantly surprised. The wait on a Friday evening for 4 was only 25 minutes (even though they said 35-40). I had a salad and cod and my non-GF family also enjoyed their meals. The waiter was great and brought a yummy GF roll for me (which was really more of a corn muffin). This is a nicer fairly expensive place, but the food and views were great. Just be warned that parking in downtown Mystic is tough -- the lot is extremely inadequate, so you're most likely going to have to park several blocks away.
I had barbecue brisket and smoked chicken. The only GF side that came with it was cole slaw, but I also added on grilled asparagus which was tasty. The brisket was very good -- the chicken not as much. I didn't get glutened, but the meal was pretty hard to digest for those of us with sensitive stomachs.
Served us a "nut free" "gluten-free" cookie that ended up containing peanut butter and some form of wheat. Allergies are no joke and staff should not affirm something is nut-free if they aren't absolutely positive.
I was very pleasantly surprised as it's a bit of a tourist trap, but my whole family loved their dinners. I had swordfish, which was delicious, and they gave a really generous portion. I'll definitely go back if I return to Ogunquit.