I had my birthday dinner here at the conclusion of my very first month of gluten-free eating. The dedicated gluten-free menu had lots of options, including one dessert, and had clear instructions for the modifications I would need to ask for, though my server seemed to already be quite aware of them. This was the most delicious and flavorful, hassle and anxiety free dinner I've had all month! What a treat! My server even put a candle on my dessert for my birthday. My husband is able to enjoy any menu offerings, and he also enjoyed his dinner. Eating here was a wonderful, pleasurable experience!
This is my favorite restaurant! They have quite a large variety of gf foods listed clearly on their menu. Not that that even matters because I always get the same thing- Chicken Bryan. It's SOOOO delicious. I've never had an issue here at all. Just be sure to let your waiter/waitress know about your allergy. But, honestly I've forgotten to a few times and still haven't had a problem.
Dulless Airport, Terminal BAll the usual GF options the chain has.
Took our 9 year old there tonight for the first time. After numerous verifications that her food was gluten free, she proceeded to eat her meal to be stopped half way through. The staff then advised they gave her regular noodles. We can never go back. The restaurant was very apologetic and kind after but I cannot trust them.
Lots of GF choices! Wanted to try the pasta but I was craving steak, so I had the 6 oz sirloin, garlic mashed potatoes and minestrone soup. All very tasty and no issues at all! Waitress and Manager were both wonderful also. I'll try the pasta next time!! 👍🏻😊
The gf options are visible in the menu. Spaghetti with meatballs was not an option so I ordered spaghetti pomodore. Could choose soup or salad as a side dish. I ordered minestrone vegetable soup. While eating it (!) I discovered meatballs in my soup. The waiter went to check with the kitchen and it turned out they served the wrong soup! They apoligized and immediately replaced it for vegetable soup, but I was scared to eat anything after this mistake. After the soup I got pasta, not spaghetti. I'm done with this place. Do yourself a favour and eat somewhere else.
They have many gf options and take precautions to avoid cross contaminatio, such as preparing the gf pasta in separate water. The new pasta is yummy! they even modified the size and cost for my daughter, so she could order off the kids menu and I could pay a kids menu price. The only reason I have them 4 stars is that they don't have many "kid friendly" options and she is the only one who needs gf. We will definitely return.
I hate giving bad reviews, but if you have celiac I think you need to know about my experience here. I ordered pasta off their gluten free menu. It was delicious (however, it was pretty pricey and my portion was small), but I've never been so sick since I was diagnosed with celiac in 2010. This could not have just been cross-contamination. I couldn't get out of bed for 2 days.
This was the first meal out after being diagnosed with Celiacs. The waitress was helpful, food was very tasty, but it was obviously cross contaminated in the kitchen, as I was very ill about 10 minutes after I finished eating. I reported it to the regional manager...hopefully they'll educate the kitchen staff better.
Lots of gluten free menu items, clearly identified on the menu. No having to ask for a special menu.
The food was DELICIOUS! As someone new to being GF, this was my first dining out experience. I researched the menu beforehand. I had the lettuce wraps, a side salad with house dressing, pollo rosa Maria, and garlic mash...ALL labeled GF. Unfortunately, I'm writing this review from my restroom where I'll seemingly be all night. I was so excited about eating out. Guess I'll stick to making dinner for myself.
Excellent selection of delicious gluten free meals! Staff understands and treats me great each and every time I visit this location. They are the nicest and friendliest employees there! So glad they have Gluten free pasta- it is great to be able to have it! Love this place!
My husband has Celiac and this is one of the few places we eat in Columbia. Even though the salads are supposed to be gluten free, he doesn't eat them, because he gets sick. Nothing else that is marked GF makes him sick. wait staff, kitchen, everyone is very familiar with Celiac. highly recommend this restaurant
Had a great GF meal with my family. Went on a Monday night and enjoyed the special for $13-15 / person. Soup or salad, entree and dessert (some of the fancier ones cost $2 more). Service was quick (ask for Chase as the sever). Found 1 regular noodle in the GF pasta dish. None of the 3 of us who are GF got sick. GF minestrone soup & Gelato were also yummy! Just make you let them know you are GF bc pasta can be made both ways (reg and GF). Other family members who ordered off the regular menu left satisfied. Husband and son enjoyed the soft bread and olive oil dipping sauce.
I ate there on 7-17-2016 and had a bad reaction to the food. I had the chicken Marsala with mash potatoes and the Sicilian chicken soup (gf version). I have eaten here 3 times before with no problems but I always had the prosciutto wrapped pork chops with mash potatoes and broccoli. Just another restaurant I will cross off my list of places that I could eat at. I am very disappointed.
I went there and we made sure to tell the waiter about my allergies and he took very good care of it. I tried ordering the gluten free pasta with the sauce and meatballs but he made sure to warn me that the meatballs are NOT gluten free so I ordered something else and I didn't get sick and they are very good about not cross contaminating if you tell them about your allergies. There are also a lot of gf appetizers.
I typically give the benefit of the doubt but three chances are too much. I've eaten at 3 carrabbas in three different states and each messed up our order. 1st time they forgot a gf entree and put croutons only wife's gf salad. You can't just share when they forget the one thing you can eat. 2nd time croutons on salad and put shrimp instead of chicken in our entree (shell fish allergy in addition to celiac). Each time the receipt stated gf and no shrimp, but was still wrong. Last night we tried again using the gift cards we got from the first two mistakes. I clearly stated we needed gf and that we were using gift cards from mistakes with previous orders. My wife's order of gf Alfredo had regular Alfredo noodles. We thought it looked different and luckily my wife didn't eat any before we called and checked. Again they apologized and offered to remove the charge. That's all well and good, but my issue is with carrabbas apparent indifference to food allergies. If you advertise a gf menu, you have to be willing to provide safe meals. Carrabbas obviously has a very poor training program for food allergies and a lack of accountability by their management. Eat at your own peril, but we've given up.
Their GF food is delicious but I don't think their kitchen is trained or understands Celiac's requirements. I've been sick 3/4 times severely from CC on pasta, pork loin, and soup. I've tried a variety of orders and GF items and have been sick 75% of time. love, love, love their food but think this location is poorly trained on GF preparation.
Excellent meal! At first the sauce was a bit too thin but the manager was wonderful about fixing it & even making it up to us by reducing the check. He also offered to remake my daughter's so that we would all eat together but we declined. Everyone was very apologetic & helpful!
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