I had a fantastic gf pizza - white pizza with ham and pineapple. The leftovers heated up well and were just as good as the first time! They also have a crab dip I want to try as well as a flourless chocolate cake.
I wish I could give 0 stars. I went in and looked at their menu. It looked good. They said they could do gf paninis. Since you can see the "kitchen" area from the dining area I could see they only had one panini press and inquired how they avoided cross contamination. The owner (I think) snapped at me and said if I needed him to be that careful with my food, I should go eat in a hospital. He also mentioned that they didn't clean it, that they only wiped it down with a paper towel. My husband had already ordered but I declined to do so and waiting for his sandwich to be done while they glared at me was incredibly uncomfortable. We'll never go back. Plus, my husband (who does eat gluten) said the sandwich was just okay.
Before I was diagnosed with CD I LOVED this place. Now I can't eat there. The BBQ sauce is NOT gluten free. I got sick every time I ate there and I finally figured out why. I have gone and got the chicken with no bbq sauce and I didn't get AS sick. (Still had a bad stomach ache after though) I stay away from there now. Non GF friends would LOVE it though.
Chef can make most of the Biggs Plates entries gluten-free in addition to many items noted gluten-free on the menu, particularly tacos. On our trip to New Orleans we ate at the Baton Rouge location on the way to and from New Orleans and also at the New Orleans location. The Avocado Mango Dip was fantastic. We LOVED the Duck Duck Goose, Lamb Vindaloo and Jerk Chicken tacos. Sides were GREAT! The Rum House provided the most friendly gluten free dining experience on our trip!
Off the beaten path, but a great option for those that want to try some traditional Czech dishes without the worry of cross contamination. The Celia Beer was great. Don't miss the Goulash either. We came for lunch so only sampled a few light dishes, but would come back. They use a flag to identify GF meals so you never have to guess if you got the right plate. Kudos to this place!