First, let me say that I never right reviews. My mother has SEVERE food allergies. She is allergic to gluten, soy, nuts, dairy, chicken, turkey, duck, fish, etc. They were amazing. She ate the best steak in town absolutely plain, the biggest baked potato you will ever see, and plain broccoli. It did not disappoint for those of us who aren't GF either. It came out to $100 a head including tip and totally worth it!! Will definitely be back next time I am in town!
I wanted this to be great based on the ratings. Wanted to order a breakfast panini for my daughter, but they were out of gluten free bread. That happens, they recommended a GF tortilla which was an acceptable alternative. When her egg scramble came out it had two pieces of toast stuck in the eggs. They were very apologetic, asked if she had a gluten allergy (we discussed in depth that her order needed to be GF), to which I responded that she had celiac. A good half hour passed before she received her food and the second egg scramble had two pieces of toast stuck in it. We sent it back and this time they just took the toast off the top and gave it to her. She is a new celiac and she decided she'd be ok if she just cut the portion off that had the toast on it. Needless to say, she was sick afterwards
2927 Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard, Beaverton, OR 97005
You need to really make a point to tell them you are GF and ask that everything be taken seriously. We went here frequently with no problems. They will fry tots or fries separately IF YOU REQUEST IT. One time we didn't make it a point to request it and they fried my son's fries with the fish and chips that had gluten. He was sick as a dog and they didn't tell us until after he had eaten quite a few fries. So now we make a huge deal and ask a few times if they are GF before he and I eat. Many choices. They have a separate menu. Just make sure you tell them you have a GF allergy and that they write it down.
The gluten-free menu is pretty extensive, but I ordered a gluten-free pasta dish and was served the regular pasta. I was suspicious after a few spoonfuls and asked the waitress, who said it was not gluten-free. They then brought me a gluten-free dish and I did not pay for my meal, but that does not change the fact that I got very sick.
We were really pleased with the quality of the food here, despite being steps off Times Square. Actually ended up being one of our favorites for the trip. Nice warm environment for a pre-show dinner. We went post show and were a bit rushed with the service, but it was still good. Solid choice for higher end sit down restaurant. Gf options marked on menu.