Gypsy's makes excellent gluten free meals. I have celiac disease and I have never gotten sick here. Plus, their GF soups and scones are amazing. They can also do GF tea sandwiches. You just need to let them know when you are making your reservation that you need everything to be gluten free.
We called an order in it was very cold we where there in 15min like they told us.It was enchiladas dinners for 3 the woman on the phone acted like she could not understand us but she spoke good English. There was absolutely no reasoning for taste To them that was a waste of $40.00 plus asked for Sauce hot.We got none at all when I was a kid the food was good...They sure have went downhill I will tell all of my friends not to come there taco bell is better and cheaper. Will never eat there again!!!!!!
While I truly appreciate a menu that specifically states what's gluten free, in this situation, it's more harm then help. This restaurant says that their tortilla chips and nachos are gluten free, and it's not true. The tortilla chips are fried in house in a non-dedicated fryer. The waitress (via the manager) confirmed this. When I asked why it was stated gf on the menu, she said it's because the cross contamination would be minimal and they've never had a complaint.
I completely disagree with having a menu state that something is gluten free when it clearly is not.
Besides that, the food really was not very good.
Delicious hot dogs! The buns are from Kinnikinick I think. They almost always remember to change gloves when you ask for gluten free, on occasion you have to remind them. A char-broiled hot dog is a fabulous thing. I tried to order fries once, and they promptly told me they're fried in the same fryer as breaded stuff.
50-50 chance of getting sick here. Love the food, fries are always delicious- but the stomach issues start before I even get out of the restaurant about half the time. I guess I keep going back because I like the illusion of it being truly gluten free. Or maybe I'm just a gambler.
If I could give more stars, I would! The BEST Italian gluten free food around! The bread is fabulous. They will accommodate any dish on the menu to be GF. Staff is so nice, atmosphere is beautiful. BYOB! I will honestly say, first time eating out since celiacs diagnosis, that I didn't feel like I was eating a gluten free meal. FANTASTIC!
GF Menu is small but the food is delicious. The GF bread is made locally from Natures Grocer and it's better than anything you can buy in the store. They also have GF products in the fridge. I had a heaping turkey sandwich and a side of potato salad and I was very satisfied. I do however find them over priced. For two adults and one toddler it cost $45.