My celiac husband and I had Wonderful gluten free veal and eggplant Parmesan! No reactions at all and my husband is quite sensitive. Huge portions, of course, and the leftovers were really good, too -- the next day the flavor of the sauce had really permeated the pasta, tasting like I remember wheat pasta did.
They wanted to cook my pizza on the same oven surface as non-gf pies and without a pan. I asked for a pan and they said they couldn't do that but offered to clean the oven. They scraped it with a brush but a lot of leftover burnt crust pieces remained. They started to put my pizza on top of this and I apologized but had to leave. Very nice folks and they tried hard but I explained I had Celiac and they still didn't seem to get what that meant in terms of safe food prep.
11075 Interstate Highway 10, San Antonio, TX 78213
This place is my kitchen away from home - not only is the food AMAZING, but the staff has become a second family to me. I started coming three years ago when I found out I have a severe gluten allergy. For three years they've cautiously and lovingly went through great lengths to ensure my plate was always gluten free. Love this place and know you will too!!!
Awesome gluten free beer! Gluten freak on tap! Great to enjoy a beer with people instead of drinking water or cider and feeling like a freak! Now I can drink gluten freak right along with everyone! Burger with no bun ( ate with a fork).
Walked by the server after we placed our order and he was making fun of us and my order. Food was OK, didn't get sick. But I wish I'd been able to just leave once I knew the server didn't take my disease seriously.
I will be back!
The pancakes were yummy. I enjoyed the egg salad sandwich. The quesadilla wasn't anything special. The chocolate ganache cake...OMG! It was incredible! I hope that's a regular item because I will be going back for more.
Knowledgable server. I substituted mashed potatoes for the fries. Hamburger came with a gluten free bun. The meal was good, but the atmosphere and view sold me on the place. The dining room looks out at the river. We watched sailboats and freighters as we dined. There is also outside seating.
If I could give them no stars I would! If you have celiac don't eat here. Server was clueless. I made reservations well in advance. Several months that is. When I made reservation I was told they could accommodate me with no problems and reassured me they could keep me safe. The server said oh your gluten free what no flour? I was not feeling confident at all. Then the bus boy came and slapped bread in the table. Not on a plate or basket and there was now crumbs all across the table cloth. I was done. Manager was apologetic and said we take your allergy seriously. I looked at him and said I don't have an allergy I have celiac disease. It's an auto immune disease and I have no faith you can keep me safe.
I'm diagnosed with Celiac. The server at Black Sheep was accommodating and assisted me in narrowing options. The menu can be found online and is not the typical Mexican fare. We started with tortilla chips and 3 salsas; a black bean & corn, a pico gallo, and a smokey chipotle one. I had a blackened chicken taco and a smoked salmon one. Both were excellent. My daughter had a side of sweet potato salad-delicious. If I lived here, i would return frequently. The menu uses the gf symbols, but I still needed the servers assistance to narrow down my options.