Celiac friendly, yes. Gluten free menu and separate corn chips for the salsa, but no mention of separate salsa for the GF chips, hence cross contamination. Also, when our meals finally came the food was luke warm at best and not very tasty. I ordered the "soft corn" taco and it was dry and fell apart instantly. The best part of the entire meal was the margarita, and the fact that our kids did not have to wait for their meals to cool down. We come to this part of town often, but will not return to this restaurant!
depends on the waitress you get...I have had a good hotdogs there, on a bun, but the last time I was there I had to send my plate back 2x's. first time it wasn't gf, 2nd time gf bun was frozen and I don't feel comfortable there anymore : (
Eaten here at least 30 times. I'm a very sensitive celiac of 19 years. Never got sick once from this place. It's such a relief to feel safe and eat breakfast with my family. The blueberry pancakes are awesome!
This is not a restaurant for people with Celiac disease. They were nowhere near careful enough with our gluten free order, and we did get very sick. Don't even risk it here, no matter how bad you want a sandwich.
Really great! I was so happy with a menu that had more gluten free options than any restaurant I have eaten ate since being gluten free. The food was great, service was excellent and the location is fabulous with a great water view and a sophisticated atmosphere. Well done class act!
Absolutely unequivocally unacceptable for Celiacs.
I'm sitting on the can as I write this. Watched them handle the pizza with the same tools as glutinous crusts. Same paddle and cutter. They did put the pizza on foil in the oven but spoiled this when they took it out. Also a very over priced for a place that will poison you.