A number of GF options and dairy free too.
Went for Sunday brunch and had an omelet. Not a large selection for breakfast but it was very good.
I just ate "gluten free pasta" and I couldn't even finish my plate when my stomach start yelling STOP!; of course I speak to the manager and they didn't charge us for the meal, but he asked me things like: what kind of pasta was on the plate? Did you find any penne (gluten) or just Fussily (non gluten); because there's a chance when they serving the pasta, some slip off, sooooo what your saying is that you use the same utensils at the same time for different pastas? I think it is very irresponsible for them to assure you they have gluten free options, and that they know what they're doing when they clearly don't. So I would not be returning there, And I think that if you can't handle being gluten free, don't do it; we'll be happy to eat somewhere else.
So disappointed with the Cheesecake Factory. After reading all the 'gluten free options' on their website I was really looking forward to going there. However the majority of dishes seemed to be subject to cross contamination e.g the French fries are cooked in the same oil as gluten containing fried food and the pasta is boiled in the same pot as gluten pasta, I did question this and the waitress was not at all knowledgeable or sympathetic and there was no offer of simply using a different pan to cook the pasta .... Surely they have more than one pan!!
They went from having no options to having tons of options. They have a whole gluten-free menu now which includes pasta! I didn't feel like I was the gluten-free person at the table. I just felt like I was out to dinner with my family. The staff could be a bit more knowledgable though. More training on allergies. It's not enough to just try when someone has Celiac. No room for error.
I used to go to Cheesecake Factory all the time because they had a pretty good gluten free menu. But a few weeks ago they completely re-designed their menu and many of the GF options were eliminated (Bring back the eggplant sandwich!!). They currently have GF buns but they're not listed on the new menu at all. That makes me think they will only be available until the current stock runs out. Very disappointing.
Very good I loved there food Just made my belly hurt a little
So impressed last night at CF! They made special pasta and Alfredo sauce for my celiac daughter. The manager came to our table numerous times to check on us and totally understood the severity of cross contamination. They gave her a huge bowl of whipped cream for dessert, for free!
The food was good and I didn't get sick, but the lack of education and knowledge of the staff is highly concerning. I waited for a couple days to see if I got sick, which was pure luck when I didn't, I believe.
Cheesecake Factory has GF? We wandered in just to check and yes they do. I had the American burger. Excellent. Best gluten free burger I've had. And the price is great for Waikiki. About $12. I've had cheaper but those were bunless. I loved it. Ate every bite! Most places and even at home I have leftover bun that isn't very good on it's own. This burger had so much even the last bite had sauce and cheese. So yummy!!
I was worried about going here because a friend of mine said don't because you'll get sick. I changed my mind after the reviews here. So I went. There isn't a separate menu but items are marked GF. I ordered the Gf version of the ribeye steak. I told the waitress I had a gluten allergy. She then asked me if I wanted the fried onion rings. She clearly didn't understand what GF meant. And I was nervous but still ordered. Although she wrote it down I still received a dish that wasn't gf. I didn't realize it until half way through it. 2 days later I'm still feeling the effects. I will not return there
Great gluten free menu with easily made vegetarian/vegan options!
I have eaten at 3 different locations and gotten sick every time. I ordered pasta the last 2 times and they both came out with Gluten noodles. The 2nd time I caught it before eating. they were nice about it. But it was kinda frustrating to me because I told the waiter that I would get very sick if I ate it and she said she would tell the chef to be careful. The GF menu is a good size and has good options. The food was good besides the fact that I got sick. There chefs could use more training on GF. If you are risky enough it has good food. Just becareful. Hope this helps
We tried to order and eat from the Cheesecake Factory gf menu options, but first the burger came out on a regular bun, then an hour later a second attempt came with fries (not gf) instead of the salad ordered. And, there was a piece of some kind of chicken in the burger! The salad I ordered was supposed to be gf, but I am having a horrible gluten reaction... Don't trust this restaurant if you are a celiac!
Last time I went they were so uneducated (even the chef who came out and thought rice was "made of wheat") it was scary. They keep saying they are coming out with a GF menu but it hasn't happened so I haven't been back. One of the cheesecakes (Godiva) is naturally GF though.
Huge gluten free menu...wish server knew about CD and cross-contamination. Ordered and brought out a salad with glutenous croutons. Had to send back. Then a new one came out and we found chips of nail polish in it!!!! Manager came out to investigate but this shouldn't happen...poor quality service and they weren't busy. When you get sick from gluten and explain to a server and they are still careless. Very sad!!!
The Cheesecake Factory does have a gluten free menu. They offer burgers with gluten free bun and gluten free pasta to name a few. Before they started offering the GF menu I would order the Lemon roasted chicken. They don't use a separate kitchen so it's possible for cross contamination.
horrible. I specifically said I have celiac and ordered 2 hours ahead and they have me bread and croutons on my salad. went back to get it fixed and asked for just a salad with grilled chicken, they gave me spinach, no lettuce, a tomato, 2 slices of cucumber and no chicken.
Burger on a gluten free bun was great. Fries were also on the gluten free menu - they were so good. Had no problems after eating there.
I've been twice in the past two weeks. I was told that the Cheesecake Factory cane out with gluten free selections a couple of months ago. They have a 6 page gf menu. A wonderful selection of items including appetizers, salad, sandwiches, burgers, pasta, French fries, and cheesecake. I am someone that gets very sick from a small bite of gluten. I've had no problems. My husband also is gf and loved it.
The two star rating is for the gourmet salads and gluten-free Godiva cheesecake only. Found gluten pasta mixed in in my pasta dish so that was the end of my dinner. The manager took it off the check, told me I should not eat there if I have celiac and didn't even apologize. Before we ever went in, the kitchen manager told me via phone they used clean water for gluten-free pasta, but the manager we encountered at the place said that was not true and never had been. I'll go back for take-out cheesecake - nothing else!
Super disappointed. Called and talked to kitchen manager, Tiffany, who kept saying the had a gluten free menu. When pressed, she admitted they do not designated fryer and didn't understand why they needed to make gluten-free any differently than their regular menu.
Amazing GF burgers, fries, pasta and cheesecake. Completely seperate menu for Gluten Allergy with a large selection for any meal including breakfast. I have a severe allergy to Gluten and have never had any problems eating here, highly recommended for those looking for delicious GF food and a lot of options.
The waiter did such a poor job managing my gf/cf requests that he ducked out and had someone else get my order right 25 minutes after my kids already had their food. I am celiac and fear the violent sick reaction from gluten or dairy. Not just a fad diet. This place gave me no feeling of confidence.
The waitress refused to get the list of ingredients for us for any menu items. The "gluten free" fries are fried in the same fry oil as the rest of their fried foods. We were told the only thing that would be safe for us to order is their salad or a grilled meat. As much as our 2 and 4 year old would love a salad for dinner we didn't feel like paying $80 for that. Sad because all they would need is a dedicated frier and any person with celiac would be happy.
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