They offered a GF and DF option for pizza which is very rare. It wasnt the best tasting, but it's nice to know my family now has the option to go out for pizza like everyone else.
Good selection of GF foods as well.
It's always nerve wracking eating at a new restaurant- but after talking to the server I felt very comfortable ordering dinner. The food was excellent! It had a nice, beach casual atmosphere and friendly servers! I will definitely visit Chop Shop again.
staff is very helpful and if they don't know ow the answer they find it for you. They are very cautious about gf needs. From my experience, every time I've eaten there, my waiter / waitress has at least heard of a gf diet if not known how to be careful of it. I don't have any worries when I eat here. If only Texas roadhouse could take some lessons from them....
We were very disappointed to have only 3 GF seafood entree selections: grilled shrimp, lobster and king crab. We both had the shrimp which was overdone and came with plain steamed broccoli and white rice (substitution of a baked potato for rice = $3 up charge). Most entrees and vegetable selections depend on a roux-based(not GF) sauce for flavor.
I was directed by my gluten-free app here. It isn't gluten-free, but they are friendly and flexible about how they prepare food. Since a lot of Thai food is naturally GF, they can offer more than just the usual two or three GF options one gets if one is lucky enough to even get any GF options.
The food was excellent: fresh, fragrant vegetables (cabbage, broc, green bean, tomato, onion, etc.) with Thai spices on tiny cellophane noodles. Just what a body wants for lunch.
Unfortunately, they don't mark on their menus what can be made GF, so me and the waitress had to go back and forth with the chef several times before I found out that I was restricted to particular parts of the menu. Up until that point, of course, I had no way of knowing what my *actual* choices were, so it was a bit confusing.
There were few people in at lunchtime on a late September Saturday, which is sad, because this was a great place with exceptionally friendly and helpful service.
No sure if celiac friendly, but I enjoyed their willingness to ask if gluten was present in their margaritas, which it isn't. I ate the Mad Mex Enchilada with grilled chicken and it was very good. They have an allergen list on their website. Overall, pretty impressed. Although the only negative would be the raspberry margarita could have been strained of all seeds. As far as gluten goes, they have some nice options.
GF menu is nothing special but they are very good at making alterations - not celiac so not stressed about cross contamination. Made me cornmeal crusted calamari & left breadcrumbs off haddock. Very good last 2 visits