Good was good and they have a pretty extensive menu. However the waitress told us she had no idea what gluten free is and didn't think the kitchen staff did either. Obviously not a focus of instruction for the management.
it was good. recommend.
New Gluten Free Menu recently, can eat pretty much everything! Except the bread, chips and croutons - obviously!! The server helped me and so did the manager.
Terrible food. Not much of a gluten free menu. No salad dressings except oil and vinegar, mostly steak options with no seasoning and terrible tasting. No gluten free dessert options. Overall bad experience.
Great service. They work with u good
I called ahead and was ensured this restaurant was celiac friendly and had gluten free options. When I got there I found a gluten free menu that was limited and a wait staff, including a manager, that were not very knowledgable about cross contamination or exactly what items on the menu contained gluten. I only ordered a baked potato and grilled chicken breast, and they had a hard time with that. I will not be going back there. It seems as if they are trying to cater to a gluten free fad diet, which is fine, but be honest about it when someone calls ahead and explains they have celiac disease and can get very sick from gluten and cross contamination.
The staff was very helpful and detailed about making my order gluten free. And the steak was amazing!
They have a GF menu which includes steaks without seasonings and baked potatoes without sour cream. That makes sense. Couldn't tell me if "butter" for potato was gf. Ordered steak w/o seasoning, but it must have cooked too close to other steaks. It was seasoned in spots. Cross contamination is issue. Wait staff clueless.
there is an error with the address and name.
the wait staff was completely uneducated about Gluten free options and food allergies and didn't even offer to ask anyone else. I got the feeling I was an annoyance. I ended up getting steak without any seasoning and thankfully didn't get sick. I wouldn't go back because of their attitude though.
Offer steak with no seasoning, bbq chicken without the bbq, bourbon grilled salmon without the bourbon sauce, ribs without the sauce. According to menu, sour cream for a baked potato, and cinnamon sugar for a sweet potato are not gluten free either, salad safely with only oil dressing. Seriously lacking in gluten knowledge so they serve only plain tasteless boring food.
Service was good and server seemed knowledgeable. When we first walked in though, I asked to see the gluten free menu knowing they had one as I had seen it online. The manager handed me a very nice thick menu. The "gluten wise" (as they call it) menu was missing from it so I had to go off of the allergens lists which were fine, just not set up in terms of what meals you can eat. Ordered a steak as I figured any amount of cross-contamination with that meal would at least be small. Asked the server about the seasoning. She asked management about it as it was not listed an the allergens list. They said it was mostly just salt but recommended I leave it off so I did. I felt pretty confident in the salad. The server said the cook just puts lettuce in bowls and th en she adds the toppings so she said there would be no co-mingling of gloves in crouton bowls and salad bags. The ranch dressing was awesome. However when my steak came it was slathered in lemon butter. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind lemon butter at all. But usually butter for grill items is 1 bucket that cooks continually stick the same knife in repeatedly then slather over every grill item, some of which could be contaminated. Since they had been so good about the salad and the server had talked to the management about my meal beforehand, I gave them the benefit of the doubt. Whoops. 30 minutes later I was popping Pepto to keep the symptoms at bay. It's unfortunate because the service would have been great if I had been served something that didn't make me sick.
I was going to eat here but realized upon looking at their menu that I wouldn't be able to have any seasoning or sauce on anything. even their tortilla strips are not gf. their only gf dressing is oil and vinegar. Very disappointed, we left and went to outback instead they have many more flavorful options including appetizers and a brownie for dessert.
I was impressed with the gluten free menu but then had the worst service and ended up leaving before we could eat..an hour after sitting down mind you. So disappointed with the lack of service and lengthy wait time.
The food was very bland and there weren't many choices for toppings (ex - the only gf salad dressing they have is oil & vinegar, and a baked potato only came with butter because their menu said not to order sour cream). The food was gf but I wasn't impressed for the price.
I have tried this restaurant twice since I've been gluten free. The first experience was bad and the second (2 years later because I thought I'd give them one more chance) was worse! Their "gf menu" is a joke--They include dairy items such as sour cream, so they clearly don't understand what gluten really is. They recommend ordering all items with no spice or sauce so everything is dry and bland. My second time there, I specifically ordered everything the way their gf menu suggested and they brought out a regular plate with their gluten filled rice pilaf! NEVER again will I try this restaurant!
I ate here quite awhile ago I think about a year but anyways it was the first place I went to that was gluten free after being diagnoses I had the bacon wrapped filet mignon and a potato it was so amazing!!!! Whenever I come here to visit family I will be eating here the staff was so nice and I explained everything and the manager brought my food very yummy