Waiter attentive to needs. Food fair (even non-GF food was fair at best
Yummy food with a gluten free menu (just ask). Kind of expensive, though.
One of those "old boys' club"-style places with dark wood panelling (and prices to match), they turn out consistently delicious seafood and steaks. While the restaurant doesn't advertise itself as GF, they provide a GF menu on request. The servers are all well-informed and the kitchen is happy to perform substitutions on the regular menu as well. An attractive option for a dress-up date with your sweetheart or to take a business client.
I let them know I'm Gluten free but not celiac. They immediately offered me a GF menu. Could not have been nicer. There were more items on the regular menu that I ordered modified (no soy sauce on the Coast to Coast Tuna) and they were so happy to oblige. Really impressed with the service. And the food was great too. Well done M&S Atlanta!
So good! Keep in mind that their gluten free menu is just for their year round food. There are options on the main menu that are safe, you just have to ask. The wait staff is very helpful and accommodating. They took my food needs very seriously and checked every detail.
Advised as gluten free menu. Show up to eat and the waitress advises me that they do not and that she would recommend the fresh fish or steak with steamed veggies and no seasoning. Please don't advertise a gluten free menu if you don't have one.
Food was delicious. Great options. As a celiac I would have had to order the salads with no blue cheese but I had the crab tower as an appetizer and the scallops as an entree and was pleased with both. The wait staff was knowledgeable and very pleasant.
Now they do have a separate gluten free menu that includes several types of fish, shrimp, and steaks. Also available are several sides, cheesy mashed potatoes, salads. I had salmon stuffed with shrimp, crab n Brie - very yummy! The best ( only ) gluten free dessert was a flour less chocolate cake- thick, fudgy n delicious. Pretty expensive, but I would definitely go there again for a special occasion.
They had a pretty good gluten free menu. It had lots of fish and a few beef options on it. I chose a crab & shrimp stuffed salmon. We also ordered red pepper white cheddar mash and it was amazing. I didn't order dessert so I'm not sure if they have a GF option or not. They did have a creme brûlée in the standard menu so I would "assume" that would be ok, but I never discussed that with my server. It was a great meal.
It's always nice when the chef comes out to clearly explain safe and not safe choices. I had the Mahi Mahi grilled which came with mashed potatoes and green beans. All were good. The shrimp scampi style side was good. I appreciate the knowledge of all staff from top to bottom at any restaurant that claims to understand Gluten Free. I had high expectations and my gluten eating family did, too. My fish was a tad dry, my husband's steak was not his favorite (we love Flemings) and I blame that on being there on a Monday when the real chef probably had their "weekend". Overall a nice dinner in a nice restaurant. Spoil yourself and give it a try!
Their GF menu is quite abbreviated, but it contained items that were both beef and seafood. I had the prime top sirloin that came with steamed broccoli, grilled tomato and I ordered a side chopped salad. The salad was huge and very tasty with olives, tomatoes and lots of other goodies. The steak was cooked perfectly. The waiter was very aware of my gluten free requirements. Total cost of my meal before tip was $35. All in all a great experience and one I'd repeat if I were in this area again.
Horrible! My $34 steak tasted like water. The Baked Potato Gruyere ($9) side was obviously microwaved. Everything arrived cold and not cooked properly. Normally steaks are under cooked, here they over cook them. Staff not knowledgeable about gluten at all, yet they have a gluten free menu that doesn't include sides! The chain restaurant is owned by Landry Inc, and won't be eating at any of their chains from now on. Look them up, you'll be surprised how many different chain restaurants they own.
Although I do not go to a place like this for a bargain, I did not feel the experience was worth the high price.