They ask you right when you check in if you have any allergies and are very knowledgeable
Very good GF in every way
Not a separate gluten free menu but the wait staff and cooks are knowledgeable on what is gluten free. I had the pasta with a great sausage sauce. All was gluten free and very good. The waiter was happy to double check on anything and made sure the sausage was gluten free.
They were kind and helpful, but ultimately there was a spaghetti noodle in my GF penne dish. I know it wasn't GF because the only safe noodles they have are penne. This means to me that they either used the same drainer, or same pot. Either way- not Celiac aware. If you eat here, stick with salads.
The gf pizza was delicious and worth the $5 up charge. I am completely disappointed that gelato or pudding without all of the "goodies" are the only gf dessert options. EVERYONE offers ice cream to their gf customers. Wolfgang Puck should have original desserts to be enjoyed by all.
I ordered the margarita pizza and it was excellent! The crust was much than the cracker thin ones we usually get. It was slightly sweet and airy with a crunchy bottom. I would absolutely go back and order the same thing. No reaction at all so no cross contamination issues. Our waitress said said any of the pizzas or pastas can be made gluten free. She did not mention the $5 gf crust charge but I didn't complain because the pizza was that good.
A few options. Mainly salads.
Nothing on the lunch menu was labelled gf, but the lady who took my order was very knowledgeable and told me what my options were. The tortilla soup (order w/o strips) was very tasty!
I appreciate GF options at the airport. They were out of their chicken dishes and only had soup and salad. The soup was cold. The salad was lettuce with a lot of dressing. I ended up getting sick after I ate.
Great option. Small gluten free menu but there's enough on it for a few options. I had the salmon, puréed cauliflower and broccolini and it was delicious. Fast and excellent service.
Gluten free menu, no appitizers though.