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I went into this dive smelly place the waiter came to the table with menus. I ask for celiac menu and it took 10 mins the waiter said i cant find the menu me and my manager is looking for it WHAT! I dont trust places that cant find menu's. This place is not supportive of our needs. Stay far far away from the Greene Turtle!!
No one here is trained in correct food prep (they didn't even know what "clean prep" was) but when I explained my issues and how sensitive I am, the general manager, Pete, made sure that everything was prepared correctly for me. My meal was delicious.
0 stars!! The hostess was rude and didn't let us sit near a TV (when there was plenty of options during this not busy time of the day) the manager later apologized for that. It took a long time to get the GF menu. It took 1.5 hours to get our food after we ordered (and we ordered items that didn't need to be cooked). Food tasted disgusting and all members who ate there felt ill afterwards (non GF reasons, just bad quality food). Not a good evening!
Menu was average size for a chain restaurant. Server was knowledgable and friendly. Husband and mother-in-law with celiac both ate well with no contamination problems. Good caprese, ribs, and mashed potatos. Service was slow though; had to wait more than a half our to put in drink orders. Things went great after that.
The restaurant tried very hard to accommodate our wheat and soy allergy. They were very concerned but unfortunately the allergy information was out of date (2013) and they had since changed to soy oil rather than canola rendering all info pretty useless. They also did not have a dedicated gluten free menu but did have gluten free options.
This is my first venture into dining "Gluten-free" as I've only recently discovered that I'm allergic to wheat and sensitive to gluten, and I must say, Well Done! Our server, Damian, was on top of the gluten-free menu and suggestions. We even learned the carbonated beverages produced in North America are gluten-free! (yay for Google!)
GF menu, so far so good... Menu lists standard legal warning, so technically not 'celiac friendly' but I'm willing to try once since this is so close to home... Would be great to add this to our regular rotation! Four stars instead of five bec I'm waiting to see still how they did with keeping it GF!
GF menu but why no prices listed? I had blackened tilapia on mixed veggie "slaw" and cubed avocado. The fish was good, the veggie mix barely edible and only because of the fresh tomatoes and corn mixed into the slaw-like concoction, but the avocado was disgusting. It was plentiful but of a strange color without flavor. I love avocado but this was not edible. The floor and seat were dirty. Never going back.
The Fleet Street chicken was good. The crab was just that, crab...nothing special. Being a Marylander and loving crab, as I do, I will probably order it without the crab. It didn't add anything but cost to the dish. The balsamic glaze was very good.
This was a good place before I had to go gluten free. But the last two times there the waiters were not knowledgable and really didn't seem to take it seriously. (Once they left bread on a plate and on another occasion mixed up orders.) I can't really trust that they are being careful or that they really know the ingredients so I probably won't be back.
Somewhat limited selections, but they do offer a gluten free menu. The staff is knowledgable and willing to work with you on options. Have eaten here several times and never had a problem.