The server was very helpful and friendly, however the food is mediocre at best and very overpriced. The gluten free menu is more of a "gluten don't" menu - it includes lots of items but after every item lists all the items you need to ask to have removed from the dish - pretty much leaving you with a bowl of lettuce, or a plain ground beef patty on a plate (aka burger), or grilled fish. I only had an hour to grab lunch in order to be at a work function being held at the Twelve, otherwise I would have just left. I ordered the special grilled mahi mahi with bock choy and brown rice. The bock choy was so oily with cooking oil that it was inedible. The fish was okay (again unnecessarily overly oiled with cooking oil) - about 6 oz of fish. The brown rice was brown rice. I had water to drink. My lunch bill was $32 - hardly worth it. There are so many fantastic restaurants in Atlanta that go out of their way to provide safe gluten free meals, why bother with this place - or any place in Atlantic Station? I ate at Lure in midtown on Sunday for dinner, had a fabulous meal with a cocktail for the same price.
The GF menu tells you everything to eliminate off the menu item, no chips, no fries, no bread, no sauce, etc but does not have options for what you CAN have and the staff had to make a couple trips to the kitchen to get answers. They can improve their menu and training and would e much more gluten friendly. I ordered the sushi roll and a salad - I brought my own GF soy sauce.
Despite the mammoth regular menu, the GF options were somewhat limited, often being simply the suggestion to "order without flatbread, bun, etc". That said, it was really nice that they had an actual GF menu so that it was easy to avoid what is apparently a lot of sneaky gluten in items I might have thought were safe. I am the only person in our party of 5 with food allergies. Everyone with me raved about the food they got, and each ordered something different! I ordered a steak on mashed potatoes with roasted carrots and asparagus as suggested on the GF menu. It arrived very over-cooked, however, it was STILL really tasty. I decided not to send it back, since it was tasty. I felt fine and had absolutely no difficulties! It won't be my first choice because of the limited menu, but since everyone else adored the food, it's nice to know that when we do go back I'll have a tasty meal that won't make me sick.
They have a "gluten sensitive" menu with the usual disclaimer about possible cross contamination however, the waitress said they would take the necessary steps to avoid cc, they just don't want to be held liable in the event someone gets sick. They even had my food brought out separately, which rarely happens, so they seem to understand proper procedures.
I came here a couple weeks ago and they took great care of me. Ordered the deviled eggs, Caesar without croutons and a cheese burger wrapped in lettuce. Had several people check up on me throughout the email and assure it was prepared without cross contamination. Will be back. Very appreciative.
The restaurant has a specific menu with a variety of options (including salads, burgers, tacos, and fish). I talked with three different staff members while there, all aware of Celiacs. I was the only one in my group of ten with a food allergy, and everyone else spoke highly of their dinners as well. Definitely recommend. It is a quick walk from the conference center which was an added bonus.
They have a Gluten Sensitive menu. I had communicated to them that I had Celiac disease, and my server said the kitchen staff understood to keep all gluten away from my meal, but I was reacting to Gluten as soon as I finished my meal. This review is a warning to the Celiacs out there, perhaps it would work for Gluten Sensitive. Perhaps I should have know better...
There is a gluten sensitive menu. Makes me nervous when it says sensitive because I'm guessing that means cross contamination can happen. I've played it safe and only ordered salads. They are good and filling but I wish they had more options and were a little more celiac friendly. It's also incredibly loud in there on the weekends. My husband and I could barley hear each other speak over the music and 473838 million tvs. Better for a date night during the week :)
eh... okay so I will say this. not a ton of options for gluten free and there's No way with that kitchen that there isn't cross contam. however yes the food tasted good. my mom ordered the chicken sandwich (lettuce wrapped) with Parmesan mashed pot. and I got the cheeseburger lettuce wrapped with brocolli. I did try some of hers, both came off the gluten free menu. well....let's just say I was sick all night long, if your celiac I'm sure you know what I mean by that... sigh.. I was hopeful because the food, especially mashed potatoes tasted so good, however it was a major fail for me o well...not that many options anyways.
Very friendly and accommodating. Decent gluten free menu and pretty knowledgeable. I had the Deviled eggs. Very awesome. Just ate do don't know about cross contamination but if I don't get sick, they did a wonderful job, above my expectations!
How can a restaurant claim to have a GF menu that simply tells you to tell your server to remove most items from your dish and then pay full price! The Yard House is insulting to us and if they don't change we should boycott them. When I saw the menu I walked out.
While I didn't get sick, I won't say it is celiac friendly. Menu is labeled "gluten sensitive" as they cannot guarantee that their food doesn't have any cross contamination. I ate the deviled eggs as an appetizer and the street tacos wrapped in lettuce for the entree. The meal came with pinto beans and brown rice My meal was excellent! Sadly, no dessert options available for people with celiacs. Just be cautious!
Quite honestly there isn't much you can have other than meat and salad. If that's what you have a taste for, pair it with some hard cider and you're good to go. Ask about their gluten free dipping sauces, awesome. The seared ahi tuna salad is excellent as well.
Seperate gf menu with not that many options, but enough for a decent meal. When asking for gf, manager comes by to advise and answer questions. I went with the taco's on corn tortillas (pretty nice) and the tomato bisque, which was absolutely amazing! This soup alone is worth the trip. Manager came by several times to check on me and was very knowladgeable about the whole gluten thing.
Has a gluten free menu. The meal I ordered was basically something from the regular menu minus the sauce. So I asked for it with no sauce. After a couple bites I discovered they had put the sauce on it even after requesting they not do so. Why have a gluten free menu if things aren't prepared the way it is ordered?
Takes several upper level personal to help you find what's safe for daily specials (which is often similar to their regular and gluten free menu)-they are never 100% positive; and the weird gluten free menu that tells you to tell the waiter to make sure the kitchen knows to omit the following list of ingredients, instead of the dish being designated as gluten free, has caused issues with the food coming out to the table with wheat based soy sauce and other issues, even though you and the server/bartender discussed everything that needed to be omitted. Some staffers don't know soy sauce has wheat, etc. Eat at the table and talk to a regular server. No floor managers or bartenders because they were the worst with helping with the gluten free menu. Because they play the music at a ridiculous level, it always increases opportunities for server and patron miscommunication. It's also super annoying to have to scream your order, and yell so your spouse can hear you.
The menu is a full legal size page. Much more than most places. Easy to order from and lots of options including lettuce wrapped sandwiches, options in every category from appetizers to salads to sandwiches, etc. But I am not celiac just allergy sensitive.
Please don't go here. I went last night and tried to first order the carnitas street tacos (from the gluten sensitive menu). A manager came over a few minutes after I ordered and said if I had celiac disease (which I do), I cannot eat them because the premixed onions are cooked in a shared fryer and can't be taken out. She said the only street taco I could eat was the blackened swordfish one, so I agreed to that and she assured me it was celiac safe and 100% gluten free. The food came and appeared to be GF. It did not taste terrific but I ate some of it. Within twenty minutes of eating I experienced severe gluten symptoms and was up ALL NIGHT severely ill. This was not a cross contamination issue -- this is the sickest I've ever been from gluten, so I think something in the food directly contained gluten. Please don't go here. I do not think the staff is properly trained and I do not think the restaurant understands the severity of celiac -- which is fine, but don't pretend that you can serve celiacs. Just tell me you don't feel comfortable serving me because it is not safe.
We stopped in before a Red Sox game recently and I was pleasantly surprised. There aren't a ton of GF choices in the area and I definitely didn't want to attempt to eat inside Fenway, so we gave the Yard House a try. They have a limited "gluten sensitive" menu, but who doesn't? It's the rare restaurant that has a GF menu that is more than one page, so I don't hold their small menu against them. The pork carnitas tacos in a lettuce wrap were really, really good. The lettuce was the freshest I've ever eaten! The rice and beans the tacos came with were good. No fries, but there were a few vegetable choices. The manager stopped over and very nicely explained how they would handle my food and what substitutions they would make. There were also some gluten free beer choices, but I didn't try any. My able-to-eat gluten husband very much enjoyed his beer sampler and Turkey club. Ask for the gluten sensitive menu when you first see the hostess, it is separate from their regular menu. We will definitely eat here next time we go to a Red Sox game! UPDATE: We went in again last night and I ordered pork carnitas without grilled onions just like the last time. The manager came over and explained that the grilled onions are fried in the same oil as everything else and that on busy nights the pork and onions are pre-mixed. Yikes! He very kindly checked with the chef to see if he would make mine with non-pre mixed pork. Fortunately the chef was able to do this. I explained to the manager that the onions really shouldn't be on the gluten sensitive menu (I mean, why wouldn't the fries be on it too?) and he completely and totally agreed, but said it's a corporate thing. He seemed exasperated at the ridiculousness of it. Just be aware and make sure that if you have Celiac you steer clear of the grilled onions.
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