Take care if you have celiac as my impression is they are not very interested in helping folks with celiac. We went with friends and I choose were we go because my friends insist I eat too. Unfortunately I was sick. TLCS has a plainly written disclaimer. I will not go back. The service was great and if you are not celiac and not sensitive this place may be OK.
I ate the smoked salmon with rice and it was FANTASTIC!! I've been to some great places that serve this dish and none have come close to this one. Compliments to the cheif, you knock it out of the park!!! I will definitely be back soon, probably tomorrow lol!!!!!!
There is a gluten free menu that you can ask for...BUT you are informed after the wait staff puts your order in that two of the item are ...in fact...NOT gluten free. Although frustrated with this, I was impresses that the kitchen staff was informed enough about gluten to catch this. UNTIL...my salt and pepper fillet came out plated with a bread crumb covered baked tomato...not once but TWICE. The second time it was brought out...the manager informed me that there was an easy fix...they would be happy to REPLATE the steak for me. No thanks!
I wish I could give them a zero star. Don't advertise GF if your chef doesn't know that flour tortillas are not GF! And even though everything was order GF, the plates came out with bread crumbs sprinkles.... You know for decoration. Seriously??
I liked the food here before I became gluten-free and I heard they had a GF menu so I thought I'd try it out. The GF menu is very deceptive, it basically has all the same item as the regular menu but then a note below telling you what items to remove, which in most cases are crucial ingredients. For example: you can have the baked potato but no butter, sour cream or cheese. Or you you have a salad with no dressing. Ah, delicious. I talked to the manager who was very helpful and told me all of their condiments and dressings have gluten. So basically you can have a delicious steak ( which are good) some non sauced seafood and a plain salad with no dressing and a potato with nothing on it. Very disappointing. They should just get the gluten out of some of the side item and condiments and it would be much better GF experience
I react very badly to the slightest gluten so rarely eat out. On vacation we tried here from previous reviews. Little uneasy due to the menu saying everything had to be eaten plain and not even butter would be safe! Definite cover their butt corporate move though. Our server was very knowledgeable. Went out of his way to accommodate. Even went and got fresh butter unopened from the freezer for me to enjoy on my potato.... best part... I didn't get glutened!
Terrible gluten free items! In today's world, there are so many GF 'side' items, such as dressings, seasonings.....there was no reason for me to have to choke down a dry, expensive meal because they don't have condiments that are GF! Do not come here if you want to eat GF!!
Very aware of what is GF in the menu. Our server was very willing to accomidate us. They had a very nice selection of items for both adults and children. Finding a restaurant where the staff even knows what gluten is is difficult much less what are GF items are on the menu. Food was excellent.
Everything has to be eaten dry. No butter, sour cream, salad dressings, seasonings crazy just dry salad dry potato no seasoning on steak oh can't wait to eat that NOT!!!!! It would be great if they kept their sides from being contaminated so you could actually eat there.
Wonderful place; delicious menu dedicated to this issue.
I was just diagnosed with Celiac, and TLC was one of my favorite places, but I was disappointed in their GF menu. All salad dressings, the sour cream and the butter all have gluten in them. You must order everything (and I mean everything) dry to be safe. Hopefully they will remedy this in the future.
Their menu is HORRIBLY limited - can't even have dressing on a salad there! We walked out.
Bring seasoning with you when you go - the gluten-free menu calls for you to order everything "dry" and with "no seasoning". The restaurant chef used the seasoning I brought with me to make my steak, which was pretty cool. The food was good; the disappointing thing was the gluten-free menu where everything needed to be modified before it could be conidered gluten-free (modifications are laid out in the menu).