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First time in on Dec. 24 hand a great meal!! Andrea our server was on top of it!!! so much that we came back 2 days later... Nice G.F menu!! and very reasonable priced!! This will be a stop for us on our next trip to Houston!!! Thanks Andrea for making our visit so enjoyable!!
I had the grilled shrimp with garlic butter sauce, rice pilaf, and new potatoes. The garlic butter was bland, the shrimp had almost no seasoning, the rice tasted old, and the new potatoes had NOTHING on them. They just gave me plain cooked potatoes. I didn't get sick but the food was awful. Go somewhere nicer for the same price and better food. Two stars because I didn't get sick and our waiter was nice.
Appears to be permanently closed.
Love this place! Great menu
Great GF menu with delicious, well-seasoned options. Love a place that actually can cook GF food, not just serve plain food bc they're too lazy to check/change their seasonings. I had scallops with a great sauce, asparagus, creamed corn & seasoned rice. Delish!!
My experience was amazing! Sometimes I would rather not eat than deal with going to a new place but they had a menu with great options and the server was familiar with the general idea of gluten free. Such a relief! We don't live too far so I will be going back!!!
They have a great gluten free menu!
Awesome completely separate gluten free menu with many choices of entrees and sides. I had grilled shrimp on a bed of rice, asparagus and black beans. Plan to revisit often!
Great gluten free menu and food!
My wife and I visited this location in Southpoint. Because she has celiac disease she ordered the salmon and boiled red potatoes from the gluten-free menu. When the food arrived the potatoes were covered with pasta, not just a strand or two, but about 2 dozen pieces! We complained to the manager and he assured us that they take the gluten-free food seriously, and that each employee received training in the preparation and handling of GF food. OK, that raises a few questions: Why would any server bring out a plate (GF or otherwise) covered with pasta when the item should not have pasta? Why would this "trained" server bring any wheat-based food to someone that has ordered from the gluten-free menu? Did the "trained" cook think it was acceptable to boil the potatoes in the same pot with pasta, or did this person think it would be amusing to intentionally contaminate the food? I logged a complaint on the corporate website but never received a response! While we have enjoyed this restaurant in the past, it is very clear that they can not be trusted to prepare the GF food on their menu! We'll never return!