No dedicated gf menu, but a lot of the menu can be made gluten free. All of the pastas, except the ravioli, can be made gluten free. I had the gf spaghetti red gravy, the pasta was very thick with great flavor. Super yummy! I also had breakfast there, and ordered the Tice Farm, which is an omelete filled with mozzarella, spiced apples, and bacon. Honestly the BEST omelet I have ever had. It's a very cute restaurant with a lot of charm.
i was there for a reunion and they servers were very knowledgable of what I could have on the buffet that was prepared. Since I couldn't eat either of the entrees that were prepared, they prepared mine separately. The food was excellent and they were very careful. We won't hesitate to go back when we're in the area.
AWESOME food! Tons of gluten free options, good prices, and great food. The tortilla chips do not have a dedicated fryer, however, so there is cross contamination and they should be avoided by very sensitive celiacs. I had the taco trifecta, with a shrimp taco, flaked fish taco, and island beef taco. All three were delicious and it came with a side of mango coconut rice which was great. They also have the "painkiller" drink here, which earned them bonus points with me since it's my favorite drink! Fun atmosphere, too.
1100 North Peters Street #11, New Orleans, LA 70116
THEY HAVE GLUTEN FREE MUFFALETTAS! And they are delicious! I was so upset that I couldn't have a muffaletta while I was in Nola, and then I found this gem. The muffaletta was DELICIOUS, inexpensive, and the portions were very satisfying. Alberto's is in the French Market, and the woman working there is very sweet and goes out of her way to make sure you like your food. Definitely a must visit for Celiacs in New Orleans!
The menu here is a little limited, but its not too bad if you like seafood. The only appetizer is a shrimp cocktail, and there are no gf deserts. The entrees include red beans and rice, oysters (grilled or raw), and some cajun steamed seafood platters. I ate here twice, and had a cajun steamed seafood platter both times. The staff isn't very knowledgable about gluten free, so just stick the the designated gf options on the menu. The platters come with TONS of food. I had the snow crab the first night, which came with 4 crab halves, boiled potatoes, a mini corn cob, and a piece of spicy andouille sausage. The second night I had the crab/gulf shrimp combo, which still had 3 crab halves plus 12 jumbo gulf shrimp and all the same sides. The restaurant is out on the riverfront, and both times I visited there was a live band outdoors. Good seafood for reasonable prices and a fun atmosphere!
The gluten free menu is somewhat limited, almost entirely salads, with the exception of one appetizer and one entree. That being said, the food was very good. I had the pomegranate beet hummus (appetizer) which was very good, and the roasted beet and goat cheese salad which was delicious. I was lucky and visited on a day that their soup was a gluten free chilled corn soup, which was also great. The atmosphere is very pleasant here. It's all outdoor seating on a cute little side street, with only maybe 10 tables so you will most likely have to wait a little bit for a table. They also have awesome cocktails!
They have a pretty good selection on the gluten free menu here. I know the Palace Cafe has won some awards for its food, but I wasn't very blown away by my meals. I had the cobb salad with chicken for lunch, and the rotisserie chicken for dinner one night. Both were good, but not award worthy. The cocktails were pretty good, and they had a few good selections on the desert menu, like a white chocolate creme brulee and the famous bananas foster. I had the bananas foster twice, and it is seriously delicious!
Really expensive for what you get. I was thinking it would be one of the better Gf crusts for what they charge ($20!) but it was one of the really thin and crispy crusts. The flavor was OK but nothing special. Their sauce and cheese wasn't spectacular either. Like I said, for the price you could get a decent dinner.