I got the cowboy burger sub onion rings for grilled onions on PUSHKIN'S gluten free bun. It was amazing. My burger was perfectly cooked. They have so many more gluten free options but I wanted a burger. The staff is incredible and the vibe of this place was cute and laid back. I think I just found my new favorite restaurant in sac!
***The fries are cooked in the same oil as the onion rings, so I ordered potato salad as a side.
When you ask for the gluten free crust they ask if it is preference or allergy. When you say allergy the prep person immediately changes gloves and grabs a tray to ensure less cross contamination. My hubby loves the amount includes unlimited number of toppings.
Super friendly and have a great topping selection. They do use shared surfaces and don't put a barrier when in the oven. Celiacs beware! However. They do have special boxes labeled GF and that are unmade and pulled from the back. They are really trying and I'm grateful for their efforts. I hope they can make those changes and it would be an awesome spot.
The food was delicious. The portions were huge. And the service was super fast. This is more of a local place and not a tourist restaurant so we were very glad we came a crossed it on our vacation trip. they have a Hawaiian menu at lunch with many gluten-free options.
Definitely one of my favorite GF spots. I like to make my own bowl with the sirloin, Brussels sprouts, fries, and chimichurri. It's to die for. Everything on the menu is great, from the craft cocktails to the dessert options. Very celiac friendly!
Probably my favorite GF spot in Dallas. So many menu options, both healthy and comfort food selections. Their brunch is amazing, and they even have GF chicken fried chicken, gravy, biscuits, etc. Great desserts too!
Asked a worker if they had GF options or GF menu. She was very unsure and told me that "I should be able to tell which items have gluten if I wanna just take a look at the menu" and didn't bother asking the cooks or anyone else. Maybe I'll give it one more try, doesn't seem hopeful.
The food was sub par to say the least, the gluten free fried rice was just plain white rice with stuff mixed in. Absolutely no flavor at all!!! The other people with me ordered non gf items and they said it was awful as well. Sugarcane across the street has wayyy more to offer and everything tastes really good too don't waste your money with chatta box
I have celiac disease, very sensitive to gluten... I was so excited when I saw they now have a gluten free sub, and even more excited after I ate it and had no reactions! They are very aware of people with celiac disease, they don't treat "gluten free" as a trend... In other words, they completely washed and sanitized all knives, boards, and even the meat slicer. I believe I got the "California club", turkey, avo and bacon! I highly recommend this store. The crew that works there is also friendly and don't look at me like I'm inconveniencing them!
I've had good luck at O'Charley's. I've eaten there a number of times and haven't gotten sick. Their allergen menu is pretty clunky to navigate, it would be nice if they have a formal menu rather than a 3 ring binder full of stuff. At the same time, if you do have multiple foods you need to avoid, you can see what your options are.
The menu is pretty sparse but they do have some options.