Good thing my GF nephew enjoyed his food here (and he did), because the service was atrocious. From the hostess who asked if we each needed a menu (um, no, only 2 of us will eat, the others are just here to watch?) to our server who, when I had to ask for more coffee (which should NEVER happen during brunch), stopped by and filled my mug ONLY, without even glancing at the 2 other empty mugs on table. I was embarrassed to have suggested this place and certainly won't ever do so again.
Roach on wall appeared AFTER we ate our meal. Waiter said it crawled in from outside. Yes they do!! Call an exterminator!
The best fried chicken any way. So addicting. Service is always great. Too many GF choices to choose. You will have to keep going back to try them all.
AMAZING!GF chicken tenders, onion rings, fries, etc.Great service, super knowledgable. Celiac safe.
Great fried chicken and sides.
This casually chic bistro located at Atlantic Station serves almond pancakes for brunch. The fried chicken (bone-in and tenders), shoestring style onion rings and mac-n-cheese are options for lunch and dinner. The owner worked with a gluten-free consultant in order to provide tasty choices and proper service for glutenfree patrons. All the fried chicken is glutenfree – most diners just don't know it.
As a celiac, I am incredibly grateful to the owners of this restaurant as well Yeah Burger. I have eaten here several times and the food is consistent and safe. Recently, however, something seems to be off. Last month a waiter assured me the waffles, which aren't marked gf, were in fact gf. I just wasn't sure so I had the almond pancakes instead. Today, I inquired about the waffles and was told they weren't gf. That could have been a disaster. We were there when they opened and it was as if they weren't expecting anyone. There was chaos, they were out of pancakes, etc. It might just be that the staff needs to be re-trained but the experience has definitely changed.
This is my nightmare. Celiac-friendly fried chicken, French fries, macaroni and cheese... If I was ever cured of celiac I may eat myself to death because of all the options. That almost happened at Chick-a-biddy. I haven't had real fried chicken in over ten years- since my diagnosis. I went a little crazy an felt pretty sick, but not because of gluten! They also had New Grist beer and a hard cider. Highly recommended, but take it slow.
Gluten free chicken tenders, fries, and mac and cheese. If you are looking for a good Southern meal that's gf this is the place to go!