Food was good and for the most part service was good. I ordered a sandwich with gf bread. When it arrived at table I asked again if it was gf bread, waiter said yes but then said "let me check". It wasn't so they remade sandwich. Always double check if you order the sandwiches!
Only giving this place 1 star because I can't give it 0. They do have labeled gf items. They were not accommodating to my dairy allergy at all. We were a party of 5 who went in on Sunday at 11:00. We got seated at 11:15 and didn't get our food until 12:55 and nobody at our table loved their food. It was mediocre. The only thing that saved them slightly was that they didn't charge for any of our food. Definitely won't be back.
Wonderful place to eat. The waiter was very helpful with GF options. We arrived at 6 and by 630 the place was packed with people waiting outside. Only problem was with the app directions. From Volcano National Park the directions said to turn right onto Old Volcano Rd when in fact it is a left turn. In my opinion follow the sign for gas and food. Turn left then make an immediate right and the restaurant is next to the True Value.
4.5 stars. Friendly. Overall, well marked menu. Appears to have seasonal menu along with staples which is a great balance. They accommodated my desire for a goat cheese grilled cheese sandwich with bacon and tomato (not officially on the menu). I'm used to using hard cheese for mine at home but they gave it their all and it hit the spot. $3 for GF bread is over the top though. I've never paid more than $2 even in major cities.
I'm not sure why this got such good ratings. They can make sandwiches with GF bread, but when I told the waitress I had celiac and asked if grilled cheese was made on shared grill, I was told it is after she asked chef. No accommodations offered. We wound up leaving because I didn't feel comfortable. I gave it 2 stars because they actually had menu items marked GF (even if they technically aren't safe for celiac. .)
We just stopped here on our way home to NY from SC on vacation. They have changed their name to Matty's Sporthouse just recently in July, and are still working on the GF menu. Our son has celiac and thought there were a lot of options for him. He had a pulled pork sandwich on a GF bun and applesauce (no dedicated fryer for their French fries or house made chips...yet!). We had a waiter who was very knowledgable helping us out, and even brought our son the GF dessert they don't even have on the menu yet! Great experience! Check them out at www.mattyssporthouse.com