Not the best choice if gluten free. Their "nearly gluten free" menu mainly consists of salads with a few non salad items. They no longer offer pizza or nachos. And some of their items on the nearly gluten free list contain gluten. Not very knowledgeable people putting together the menu.
They have tons of gf options. pasta, pizza, burgers. they are knowledgeable about what you can have and can't. I don't have celiacs, so cross contamination isn't an issue for me. but I was impressed by the staff and the options.
18300 Farm to Market Road 1826, Driftwood, TX 78619
Clearly marked GF however, food prep is highly contaminated as bread is cut on same surface as meat and sauce is slathered in onto bread.
Talked to server and they were very nice to accommodate by pulling meat off pit and slicing in a clean area with clean knife.
Easy for intolerants, a little more questionable for Celiacs.
Food was very good though. (I avoided the BBQ sauce)
Gluten free fried chicken! They also had GF pizza and GF bread & pasta substitutions. The waitress seemed very on-top of GF requirements and was very friendly. My family enjoyed their meals, and I had them taste my fried chicken... It was perfectly tender and absolutely delicious. I had no room left to try the flourless chocolate torte, but I will next time I'm in the area. We went on a Sunday at lunch, and they had breakfast options, Breakfast with Santa for families, and some sort of make your own pasta buffet that looked excellent for the rest of my family.
There were only two other parties there when we arrived (Monday night) making it easy to talk to the waiter about my celiac. I couldn't tell if he cared, but he seemed to understand so I ordered gf pad Thai. There were several interesting options, but I chose something I'm familiar with. When it arrived, the waiter asked if I wanted any gf soy sauce, and while I didn't, I felt like he did understand what I needed. He wound up being a very nice waiter. Everyone enjoyed their meals, and I am definitely willing to go back. They also do an excellent job of adjusting the spiciness of dishes.
Had a very nice breakfast here. The staff was helpful and seemed understanding of Celiac. I had GF Huevos Rancheros (on a GF tortilla). Very yummy!! They also had GF paleo muffins a GF pumpkin cheesecake and a regular GF cheesecake. Great experience!
The representative I worked with was very knowledgeable about celiac and mentioned the owner's wife has it also. I ordered the Tom and Chee on gluten-free bread with a side dipper of the creamy tomato soup. It tastes amazing!
Not all of the sauces are gf. I believe the mustard sauce contains malt vinegar. They don't seem that knowledgeable about cross contamination they need to be reminded to package the corn bread separately. Both visits resulted in our son getting sick. Food is amazing - by far the best BBQ around, maybe just not for celiacs.
WOW! Everything on the menu is gluten and dairy free, unless otherwise noted. When I went.... ALL GF and one item with parmesan. The food is very fresh and flavorful, and DELICIOUS! Tried the Zuccini chocolate brownie and it was ok.
very delicious! reasonable prices & good options. they even have bottled gf beer/cider options! but the margaritas were great! not all of the severs are knowledgeable about what gf means so ask a manager if really concerned about what touches what. I had the fish bowl option & did not get sick at all :-)
I got delivery and ordered a completely gluten free meal. The delivery box came with regular garlic bread. NOT GOOD! I called them and explained for the future if they have a customer that has a completely gluten free meal you shouldn't be putting regular bread in the box. He didn't seem to understand what I was saying to him at first. First time ordering from them. Don't know if I will again just based on that. Too risky.