Our visit to the city included two meals eaten at this restaurant. Dinner and then breakfast. Dinner was busy and the meal which was a pasta dish that tasted fine. They had gluten free bread but it was only sliced sandwich bread as opposed rolls. We decided to give breakfast a try and was looking forward to French Toast, but after talking to our waiter and learning they cook it on the same griddle that also cooks the gluten products I decided against it and went with the egg white omelet. Our server was great after learning I could eat anything off a shared surface and made the kitchen redo my dish's vegetables because at first it was on the griddle.
I didn't get sick, so that's good news and the reason why I didn't give them 5 stars is because there is a risk for those with celiac. If I come back we will more than likely dine here again but not with talking to everyone before hand!
1113 Military Cutoff Rd, Wilmington, NC, United States
Almost all gluten free (but be clear when ordering). Bison meatballs were OK but I don't like beef all that much either. Sides were great. Fried chicken a little thin on "breading" but tasted good and perfectly cooked. My daughter with celiac ate there and had no problems.
The best, most outstanding cupcakes I have ever had! I had to go GF 2 months before my wedding day and the place that was making my cake didn't bake gluten free. So I researched places nearby and found Kupcakes & co. They were SO nice!!! I ordered a dozen with different flavors just for me and when it came time to cut the cake, we cut the original cake, and a cupcake.
It was awesome!! Delicious!! I highly recommend!! Only bummer is between eating the cupcakes and giving them away so guests could try them, I have nothing left to freeze for next year on our anniversary! I will definitely be going there again!!!
They have grilled chicken nuggets, which are always great. Since all their regular chicken is cooked in a pressure cooker, their fries (waffle fries) are 100% safe from typical deep fryer cross contamination.
Zambia smokehouse has knowledgable staff- chicken without bbq sauce, side of fruit, corn on the cob without butter. They make everything in the back for you and despite the mass crowd the woman who was helping me gave me her full attention, was so helpful and knew allergen /Celiac safe. Pricey but after eight hours sans food tuning around the park it was the best thing ever to eat more than lettuce and chips.
My wife and I went to Branson on vacation a few weeks ago. Because of the reviews on this app, we went to the Black Oak Grill and had a wonderful time.
Casey, the manager, was VERY knowledgable and his staff was very well trained. He has studied nutrition and was able to recommend current dishes and also was able to make custom orders for us.
I felt safe there, and I rarely say that about anywhere. I felt safe enough to eat there both nights we were there. Definitely celiac friendly!!