Hotel is fantastic, we loved the rooms & staff. That said, the dining accommodations for those with gluten sensitivities/intolerance &/or Celiac Disease are non existent. There was nothing onsite that was safe for my Celiac daughter to eat. I had seen microwaves listed (somewhere) as a room amenity. However, when I called to confirm our reservation, I was told there are no microwaves in the guest rooms. All rooms do have refrigerators & a market is nearby, so we were able to manage. This is a fantastic place to stay, but not a safe place for those with Celiac Disease to eat.
I really enjoyed eating. The waitstaff is knowledgeable about what is gluten free. They have gluten free soy sauce and are willing to replace fake crab meat with the real crab meat that is gluten free for an extra charge. They are have hot entrees that are gluten free. None of the soups are gluten free. They do have salads for an appetizer though.
2118 Schotthill Woods Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65101
We had an excellent experience here. Our son had his first party melt ever at a restaurant and was in heaven! I appreciate the staff being knowledgeable about the GF menu. We had excellent service and a great experience.
Super!!! Gourmet Girls is a treat for anyone looking to enjoy a delicious meal out - whether or not he/she has gluten concerns. Our daughter has Celiac Disease & it was such a joy to see her excitement at being able to order anything she saw in the bakery case &/or on the menu. Highly recommend!!
Very knowledgeable. Told me if I have Celiac I can't have the chips but that's okay...their tacos are to die for. Shrimp and steak cooked perfectly. My son is allergic to eggs and they knew what he couldn't have. Excellent rice and beans. I will be back.
Knowledgeable servers & kitchen. We were told the owner has an autoimmune disease & keeps a gluten-free diet & that is why the menu is diverse & clearly marked.The awareness of Celiac Disease & related safe food prep was evident. Highly recommend!!
'Gluten Free' was listed on the placard sign as an option, so we hoped for an educated staff. The server was incredibly nice & took careful notes, but she was completely uneducated about Celiac Disease. The kitchen seemed completely clueless about Celiac prep. My daughter's salad arrived at the table with a breadstick plated across the top & a gf family member (non-Celiac) who ordered a burger without a bun arrived plated in the bun. Again, the server was very nice & tried hard to make things right. She and the kitchen were just completely uneducated. I would not recommend this restaurant for anyone with gluten sensitivity/intolerance &/or Celiac Disease.