They don't have a gluten-free menu and our waitress didn't seem especially informed. After sending her back to check on a couple of things, I feel like management or kitchen staff should have gotten involved. I kept it simple and was okay, but probably wouldn't return. It really doesn't seem like they care about the health of their patrons who need to be gluten-free.
The sweets are delicious, and the texture is wonderful. They are a dedicated gluten free bakery so it's the perfect place to eat of you're Celiac. They will be the only place I go for sweets and birthday cakes now. The owners are the coolest couple ever, too!
I'm a big fan of Outback, but my experience at this particular restaurant wasn't great. Among other things, we were informed as we went to pay that they don't honor the AARP discount on Fridays and Saturdays. So, yaknow, there's that.
Most of the time I go in there the staff are clueless about preventing cross contamination. They ask me if I want a tortilla after telling them I'm gluten free and they get snippy if I ask them to change their gloves after I see them out their hands down on a troika. I've tried to give them the benefit of the doubt by I've had reaction the past three times I've eaten there and will never eat there again.
Gf buns, dedicated toaster and fryer, and dairy free shakes and floats. They treat their food allergy customers right! As the mother of two food allergy kids- I'm so grateful to have a place for "fastish" food occasionally!