Literally the best place in all of Indianapolis to eat if you need to be gluten free. The one time an employee couldn't answer my question she ran back and got someone who had been working longer and sat and listened as she did. The food is excellent. The menu is clear and when I mentioned that I have Celiac they were accommodating changed gloves and everything. I love Cajun and having a place to go I can be certain is safe is great, having it be so delicious is perfect! Definitely one of my favorite places to eat in Indy!
The restaurant is allergen friendly (corn, dairy, and gluten) and the staff made sure our food was safe for us. The garbanzo based pizza crust takes a bit to get used to, but the toppings were fresh and flavorful.
Waiter was knowledgeable about Celiac and knew what was safe to for us to order. The creamy pasta with sausage and peas was divine and we could eat the lemon sorbet every single meal!! Wonderfully fresh salad and the sea bass was melt in your mouth. They also carry Tito's vodka which is a plus. Definitely recommend!
Asked if it was allergy or preference, changed gloves for the gluten free crust. Also had a mat to keep the crust from touching the oven. Crust is just really great, and the pizza assembly is fun. I love this place
I love this place. The burgers are great, they really have an understanding of what is and isn't gluten free and never make me feel like a nascence for asking questions. One of my favorite lunches place and what I really miss about working downtown.
First the positives when ordering my tickets the reservation was super helpful answered all my questions and made sure I knew what I could and could not have. Most everything was tasty and the cookie was soft and gooey and my boyfriend took a bite whose not gf and liked it as much as me. The downside was that the waiter was rushed and made mistakes. He poured me soup when I said the the reservation clerk said i couldn't have it he had me pass it to my son but some spilled on my plate, he was annoyed when I asked for a new plate... and then poured some some to my son and said something like "you should try a little its really good" to me, ummm I'm not on a diet I have Celiacs disease and can't have any. Then he almost put the biscuit on my plate. Than when he was doing desert looked annoyed that I reminded him I have a GF cookie coming and not the pastry.