Ordered nachos with just cheese for my 8yr old celiac. Beware- the nachos can only have shredded cheese on them- they cannot confirm the cheese sauce is GF. The first batch did have cheese sauce, chef came out, apologized and brought a new batch.
Had 4 GF meals here- Chefs came out each time and discussed options and then delivered food directly too me. We had Pizza, fries, chix tenders, waffles, and hot dog with gf bun. My 8yr old celiac loved them all. She's very sensitive and had no reactions. Can't ask for more than that!
Gf? No problem! They really have it figured out. Gf rolls to start, gf clam chowder (ok- not quite as good as the regular I remember from years past), many gf entrees, including fried items that I'm told are all gf and fried in a dedicated fryer. Didn't try the fried food, but the baked scrod was moist and delicious. Felt very well cared for and did not have any problems later. Isn't that what we all want? To feel safe and enjoy a meal with friends/family. This was even better- it was really delicious, too!!
0 stars if I could. According to their managers it's not a safe option for anyone with an actual allergy. The manager stated most of the meats are marinated in a sauce that contains soy sauce before arriving at the restaurant and they have no separate prep areas or utensils for cooking. My husband and I finished our margaritas (which were delicious) and found a different location for food.
I went in for brunch and when I asked for a gluten free menu the bartender said they did not have one but there were options on the menu. I asked her what the options were and she proceeded to inform me that she doesn't actually know what gluten is.. When the "chef" came out his response was "I don't know, I'm not a dietitian". We got up and left.
My husband has a gluten allergy and we have eaten here twice now. The foray time we had a knowable waiter and my husband had no issues. We stopped in to eat last night during the super bowl and this time we had a waitress that JUST DID NOT GET IT. We were getting alot of blank looks from her. We asked questions as we were ordering and she said "no gluten in that". Within a half hour my husband was sick. Don't think we will be going back. I only gave it the 1 star because we lucked out and it was good the first time we went
Very good. I am not celiac so as for CC it's hard to say, but they have very good GF options, including pizza crust and bread, as well as GF deserts! Yesterday all they had left was a chocolate chip cookie, but it was very good.
Absolutely wonderful! The salted caramel cheesecake was average in my opinion, but a clever use of nuts as a crust. I'd skip the ice cream completely, but the onion rings, fried green beans and steak duo were all superb.
We plan to eat there quite often while in town, and will give dessert one more try, before deciding whether or not to skip it. (Even when I could eat gluten, I've been to some excellent restaurants which didn't have very good desserts.)
Got glutened here. Ordered eggs Benedict on gluten free bread, maybe the sauce? Maybe a cross contamination issue? It was very busy and seems quite popular, I'll give them the benefit of a doubt and say I ordered the wrong thing. The coffee was awful but the service was great.