Saw reviews how some people were given wrong pizza so asked waitstaff before ordering. The GF pizza crust is obviously different, it's 10" instead of 12" and it come so it's own aluminum pan to prevent cross contamination. Pizza is actually very good for GF, not as good as I remember regular pizza but definitely one of the best GF pizzas I ever ate that I didn't make! They are also service dog friendly!
675 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
A lot to maneuver around here, but the staff was knowledgeable (Mt Pleasant). The mustard on the table is made with beer, but they have other available. The mayo has dairy in it. The ear of corn is soaked in milk overnight. I forget why but the basil pesto also had dairy in it. I had a beef burger with lettuce and tomato on an Udi's bun.
These guys are great!! They have a dedicated gfree fryer for french fries, but it's used for onions as well in case you are sensitive to onions.
They were very knowledgeable about what had gluten and dairy in it and very friendly. The goat cheese isn't gluten free because they double dip when spreading on regular bread. He looked on his pc and made gluten free suggestions.
I had the french toast and they made the batter just for me. My husband really enjoyed his non gluten free food, too.
Very small place, 3 indoor tables and a bar. But when asked how severe my gluten allergy is he didn't blink when I said I have Celiac. They cook it in the back on a separate griddle. Really good crepes.
Buns! For sammiches! Delicious ones! In a bar! With sorghum beer and cider! Cmon people.
Borderline safe- they give an honest effort but you have to be clear with them and stay on your toes. Ex: queso on its own is ok but they add fried jalepeno coins and, chips aren't safe (fryer) but they'll bring you veggies slices. Pizza was awesome but made me sick as hell. They admit chicken is no good because of kitchen practices. Stay alert but so good it's worth it. One of my favorite places honesty- friends are actually happy to meet for drinks or dinner here and we get options. Everyone wins.
We went to Mad Fox a few years ago and had lots of choices, but our most recent trip ended up with us eating just salads. Recommend you call ahead before you go to see what GF menu items they still have available.
When I asked for a gluten free menu (per the description on here), the waitress said, "uh we have gluten free bread." My confidence was further deflated when I got a blank stare after I asked for the Jamaican chicken wrap to be deconstructed, without cheese and on a plate. We made it through ordering, I received the food as requested and had no reaction.
13050 Fair Lakes Shopping Center, Fairfax, VA 22033
Before we received menus I asked if the nachos were GF and was told yes- we ordered them and got situated. A good 10 minutes before we got menus or water even though it was literally us an one other table. Nachos were not on the GF menu, and I asked why he said because they had chicken and cheese on them. We walked out then and there. Incompetent and unsafe.
If Katie's has wonderful food, I wouldn't know. We went there on a Friday morning and after waiting a long time to be seated (which I didn't mind) I ordered french toast and eggs. Though the staff was really nice about it, they told me that their cooks would not be willing to deal with my allergy. I understand that they were busy, but as we all know, it's not a gf restaurant if the cooks are unwilling. They told me they would not make time to cook in a separate pan or even just wipe down the griddle and told me to come on a more convenient day. So, they have gluten free items, but they can't be cooked gluten free, so beware.
My family visited this location twice this week while on vacation. It's hard to find safe gluten free kid-friendly dining while on vacation so I was happy to find this restaurant.
They were real good with keeping the gluten free pizza separate to avoid cross contamination. They brought my son's pizza out separately. The pizza was very tasty. They also have cider so I was happy with that. There were lots of gluten free pizzas to choose from but my son just wanted the cheese one. I plan on checking out some of the others in the future.
I would like to see some other gf items (my son was eyeing the wings my stepson ordered). Also on our second visit my husband's meal wasn't very good. BUT the gluten free part was great because my son did not get sick either time. :)
The staff is friendly and accommodating. The pizza is cooked separately and the chefs change their gloves before handling. I will return to this location and to other locations.
Our waiter was AWESOME and checked in with me multiple times to ensure what I was getting was safe. Had a turkey burger on GF bun with a salad (frier is not gluten free!). Felt that even though they were busy they took the time to make my experience positive.
Had a huge GF menu and a delicious GF beer in on tap! They have a disclaimer about the kitchen being open-air so cross contamination is a possibility but that is true at any kitchen that's not 100% GF and the waiter took extra care (beer came with a special rubber band around it to identify). As a highly sensitive celiac I had no symptoms after eating here! And it was delicious!