I ordered the ahi tuna salad and stressed that I have celiac disease and my salad needs to be prepared gluten free, so no crispy wontons on top. My salad came out with the wontons and I told the food runner this was incorrect and I have an allergy. Instead of taking it back he asked if I told my waitress, I told him I had and I need a brand new salad because I will get sick since the crispy wontons touched my salad. It suspiciously came back two minutes later, I asked him if this was brand new and he told me yes. After I took two bites and then mixed the salad around I saw there were more wontons under the lettuce. Completely ridiculous! The manager apologized and told me he was in a meeting as the food was being prepared but unfortunately I had to leave the table to be sick. Just a totally 100% avoidable experience. Wait staff need to be trained on cross contamination and the seriousness of celiac. I had to miss 3 days of work over 2 bites of a salad.
Great GF pancakes! They roll their sausages in wheat flour, though, and those are cooked right next to the bacon, so make sure to ask for a clean grill if you order bacon and are celiac. They seemed happy to accommodate me. I did not have a reaction the one time I ate there.
I've always liked Tommy's pizza and wings. After being diagnosed with celiac, it was the first thing I thought about having to miss out on.
I've been back a few times since and while the GF pizza isn't as good as their regular pizza, it is the best GF pizza I've had. My suggestion is to ask for the pie extra well done.
The waiter/waitress each time has been fairly knowledgeable. They did leave the focaccia bread off of the plate of wings for us.
I've heard they had GF beer, but didn't try.
My Gluten-Intolerant daughter & I went to eat here and were extremely disappointed!!! It's my husband & I's favorite restaurant for breakfast dates (he & I are not GF). But when I brought her for a special Mommy/Daughter lunch one day after reading about a GF menu here, we were told they do NOT have a dedicated GF menu and could not make any guarantees for anything here being GF due to lots of risk for CC. Will not be going back :(
Let me start with the fact its Outback, so you kind of know what to expect. The food is usually ok, nothing to write home about.
First time there since being GF and they did provide a GF menu when asked. Had the pork chop porterhouse and it was actually very flavorful.
The waiter asked if he should bring bread, which was nice to give us the option. We were there as a group, so obviously I wasn't going to deny them bread.
All in all its meat and potatoes, can't go too wrong with it.
I was surprised to see the brownie sundae was GF, might have to go back to try it.
Had the generals chicken at a previous reviewers suggestion and it was a solid dish, not just for GF.
We also got an order of the pork fried rice and eggplant with shrimp. All were tasty and we enjoyed our meal.
They have a small GF section on their menu, but said they could make most of the dishes with the gluten free soy sauce. I am not sure they have multiple fryers, so I would advise staying away from anything deep fried unless someone else could confirm.
I will return
Have been here twice for the enchiladas with salsa verde. They are fine and are made with a corn tortilla.
Fins only has 1 fryer, which they use for everything, so it makes their chips off limits for me.
Not a ton of choices, but the few things they have are pretty good.
Being new to being GF is tough, it is especially tough when you learn you cant eat the tortilla chips at your regular Mexican place..
I heard about Tornandez from this website and I am glad I did. First off, GF aside, this is a real good restaurant.
We went in and asked some questions about what is GF and they explained they use a separate fryer for the chips and basically could order anything that uses a corn tortilla or masa.
I ended up with huraches for the first time and they were amazing.
Long story short, we have been back since and you must try their green salsa.
You must go here!!!! The owner has celiac and his wife, the "happy mixer", is just lovely. The staff is wonderful! I was told the staff can only bring in g-free food with them for their own lunch to the bakery. It is spotless and 100% g-free, down to the staff. The baked goods and breads are amazing. By far, the best g-free bakery in the area. I have an extreme sensitivity and have never had a problem there and I have gone there at least 50 times or more. Perfect place for a gift if going to a g-free house. They will make you up a tray of assorted baked goods. Go!!!!
Don't go! The owner thinks she knows what gluten free is but she doesn't. She has gluten free bagels there, but luckily I was standing at the counter waiting for my to go order. She put the bagel in a dirty toaster oven and I asked if it was a g-free dedicated toaster. She said no and looked at me like I was crazy for even asking. I obviously threw the bagel out.