After reading the other reviews here I was really excited to come here, but I was disappointed. I've been here twice and I'm not coming back. Both times the servers were unhelpful and unknowledgeable about gluten-free options. They said only the curry and pad thai are gluten-free and that they couldn't make the other items gluten-free by making them without soy sauce (something that was mentioned in previous reviews and I was looking forward to).
I do have celiac disease and got sick from the curry, so I wouldn't recommend it. The pad thai was very good, and is the reason why I added a second star.
Overall: come here if you're gluten-sensitive, craving pad thai and willing to put up with bad service.
This definitely an allergen friendly restaurant. Everything is Gluten Free and Dairy Free! WOO HOO! There is a bakery that is also free of allergens. When I was vacationing in Wyoming, I always visited this restaurant for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. The food is incredible and the staff are cautious when preparing the food. It's a shame they don't have a Lotus Café in Pittsburgh!
They're now carrying Evolving Kneads breads (White, Rosemary Olive Oil, and Cinnamon Swirl), as well as amazing hamburger buns. THE best GF Vegan brownies ever and a Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar in the deli... OMG!
And the cookie sandwiches... Hetman Chocolate, Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter and a Pecan Maple. Microwave the bread a few seconds before toasting or grilling....never gets tough and is like fresh baked....🍞🍪🍔
Chain food is not my favorite, but Outback Steakhouse had tasty food and a positive atmosphere. When you sit down, be sure to tell your server no dinner rolls. I usually won't eat steak, but Outback makes delicious steak. On the side, I ate shrimp and a salad. 4 stars instead of 5 because my steak tasted a little burnt and crispy. Otherwise, Outback was pleasant and enjoyable. (Visited in August 2012)
Delicious and wonderful gluten free selection! The only down side is your whole party has to be accepting of GF since you share the pot. (Since we went as a special treat for my birthday, I could get away with that!) Cheese course included gluten free bread. Dessert course included gluten free brownies as dippers. They were very accommodating and subbed salmon for one of the entrée selections I couldn't have. Having been here prior to my diagnosis, I didn't feel that the experience was much different. Highly recommended.
Nice gluten free selection and affordable. The food was prepared well and tasted great. I didn't have a reaction, but I was very uncomfortable eating there. The waitress was very uninformed and had to make a couple trips to the kitchen to find out what was safe. The fries are safe and made in a separate fryer.
There are 4 pizzas that are certified gluten free on the menu. There are no other items that are certified gluten free, but some items on the menu are "made without gluten ingredients." I can only vouch for the pizza. I did not get sick from the pizza. The pizza was good fresh from the oven. Good option if you want to eat pizza out, but overall, not super impressed.