Whoa, GF calamari!! So good - crispy breading & tender inside. The spinach-orange side salad was sweet and really delicious too (just on the edge of being too sweet, but balanced by a hint of bitterness) . Great spot, worth every penny. (I couldn't find prices online, so i was a little nervous - I think calamari was $12 and salad $6, which seemed reasonable to me).
Hands down the best GF meal I've ever had in a restaurant. The food was delicious, the atmosphere lovely, and the staff attentive. I will definitely make this my go to restaurant when traveling through Chattanooga.
They have GF bread, bagels, and muffins. There is only one cooking spot, so there is a mixing. But it is the best option in the airport. Stop every time for a sandwich. Terminal A gate 17. Worth the walk.
The food here is a bit strange. The individual dishes are good, if salty, but they make food Chipotle-style, so you get multiple curries but they layer them on top of one another and put sauce on top. Very bizarre. With so many other options on this block, I won't be back.
Hardly any gluten free options. The grilled chicken that's gluten free is not very good, I don't trust the fries and everything else has gluten or dairy or both. I guess if you're in a huge hurry this would be an okay place to eat but if you had a choice, go get pho from A Dong.
Wonderful vegetarian food, if you're in the mood (I'm a bit of a carnivore). They didn't speak a word of English but the menu had clear markings for what could be prepared gluten free. Some of those dishes normally contained gluten so be sure to ask for "sans gluten."
Menu clearly states what is gluten free or has a gluten free option available. I ate tomato soup and a turkey sandwich with gluten free bread. I was very impressed and will be back for more in the future.