Based on a previous review and because of its location we went to the Ketch dinner.
As one of us is celiac the need to find a gluten free/friendly is critical and again based on a previous review we selected the Ketch.
What a mistake!
Not only did our server tell us that gluten free was not an option she didn't offer any accommodations. We've got to numerous places in this country and elsewhere and this us the first time they was no attempt to assist us with finding an alternative menu option.
As a comedian once said, "I've been to this place twice...the first time and the last time"
Such great food, knowledgable staff, and an all around great atmosphere! I was super happy to learn they have a completely separate food prep area for gluten free food and a dedicated fryer. I HAD FRIES!!!! 👍🏻👍🏻
I was excited to find a Thai restaurant on this app with good reviews, so we decided to give it a try. The staff seemed fairly knowledgeable, but if you want something other than curry you might be disappointed. The rice noodle dishes and the stir fries are off limits because of the use of soy sauce. Get your fill of curries and rice though!
Their separate GF menu is huge. We didn't feel like we were missing out at all. Chips are brought in a sealed bag, and corn tortillas are also handled separately. Oh, and the food and drinks are mighty tasty!
I ordered the gf chicken piccata. It was phenomenal. My son tasted the pasta and said I should double check because it didn't taste gluten free. I told the waitress to thank the chef and she said that he has celiac. Atmosphere was good. They have a nice outside patio that overlooks salt marshes. I can't wait to go back next time I visit the cape.
Gluten free section of menus, with a decent amount of choices, including pizza. Warning of cross contamination on menu. Wait staff excellent, just let them know about allergies, intolerances (I can not eat wheat or onions as an intolerance).
Tomato basil pizza (wheat free crust) was good. Tomatoes roasted, lovely flavor. Crust is decent, thin, a little crispy, but not too dry. Would definitely return.
Excellent food and excellent service. This place has the best ribs (with or without gluten). Awesome breakfast too. Get ready for a long wait because this place is ranked #1 on Yelp as the best restaurant in Williamsburg.
The website for this restaurant boasts of the extensive GF selections that it has available. However, after asking a few basic questions of the server, I learned that most of the food has a high probability of cross-contamination. The pizza is made in the same oven as regular pizza, which may be ok, if precautions are taken, but the toppings are also very close to the flour and no precautions are taken to ensure prevention of cross-contamination when they are handled for regular pizza. Dishes average $17, which is a lot to spend for a family of four, when the only Celiac in the group can't even eat much. You can probably get away with having their GF pasta, if that's what you're up for on your visit. Otherwise, you'll probably be offered a salad.