3377 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109
I am only giving one star because I have to. I usually ask for a manager about gluten free before I attempt to order. However it being Vegas and the host saying along with the waitress asking kitchen staff I felt okay. I even asked the server once my food was sent. I asked about their chips salsa/guacamole. Which every person knows with a gluten allergy are generally speaking not. Our waitress assured me they were gluten free. I don't believe that they are and because the waitress assured we several times the kitchen was aware of my allergy to gluten know I don't believe the kitchen staff has any clue what gluten is found in or how to read a lable or know theor vendors to all extents...I when eating out usually weight 20 min between starting a new food..so either the chips were not...or almost instantly when I ate my first ordered gluten free Fajitas I was Sick....I don't get stomach sick with gluten if I eat a litte my symptoms are neck cramping and joints if I proceed it's 12 long hours of throwing up and MS like symptoms for days. Sucks to get glutened on your birthday. People should have to take a class if their going to serve people.
If I could do 1/2 star I would. I ordered the GF fried dough with marinara and ricotta whip to go. So disappointed when all I got was GF toast which had been fried. Are you KIDDING me? What a rip off! Will not go back there again!
They have gluten free options clearly labeled on the menu and offer Omission IPA and Lager. The street taco app was pretty good, and the Salmon was well seasoned.
The waitstaff were friendly and there was a local nonprofit band playing jazz and old standards. Some great dancers took to the floor while they played.
Would eat here again, but not for a nice dinner/special occasion. More like a step up from a midline chain like Chili's or the 99 kind of night out.
Went in to enjoy a nice breakfast and the only breakfast item listed on the menu is pancakes or Belgian waffle! I asked if it was possible to get some bacon and eggs and they said everything gets cross contaminated... Even the pancakes and waffles! It all cooked on the same spots!!! Definitely NOT celiac friendly!!!
Friday night was my first time ever at CAH. I was with 6 friends and we had a wait for a bit, but it wasn't a bad wait! When we were seated, we were placed inside next to the projected screen. Immediately the flashing of the projector began to bother my sister, who has epilepsy. After explaining that to our server, and asking if we could get a different table, she immediately went to see if we could be moved. She explained that we were being moved to the patio.
Once we were outside, we met our new server, and she was awesome!
I had heard that CAH had a pretty good Gluten Free menu. The food was so good! I didn't become ill, which is a huge plus for me.
Not only did they make sure my sister would have an uneventful and enjoyable evening, but the food really was Gluten Free.
Best burger in Fort Worth! They have gluten free buns from unrefined bakery or you can get no bun for the paleo peeps. If you are celiac you have to let them know so they can cook it on a separate cooktop otherwise they will cook it where the regular buns and there is a chance for cross-contamination. They are a 100% all grass fed beef facility as well
The tapioca rolls are the best gf bread I've ever had. They provide a gluten free menu (plus vegan menu available). They had an amazing coconut flan that was like a Thailand/SE Asia dessert.
All of the restaurants in the building are great.
I got sick again. I finally found out that they stack gf items with gluten in the fridge before they are ready to be put out. They do this with nut items too!!! An employee warned me of this (owner is not celiac). This place is a fraud and plain evil. Why can't they take the extra effort? They are bad mouthed often in Orlando but I was willing to try them again because I do not have the same standards of moisture in baked goods as others. I will never go back.
I love it! Non-celiac people love it too. Everything is gf. Donuts and cookies are what I normally get. You may need to call ahead if you want to have a specific item. I like everything. They can also be found at a few Disney resorts. They deliver to Artichoke Red near downtown Orlando. Disney's resorts are so Celiac friendly. I'm glad they have this addition.