There are very few choices to pick from if you cannot eat gluten. (3 to be exact, not counting separate side items) I ordered the jambalaya, which was tasty, but the lack of choices was not ideal. It also says right in their menu that they cannot guarantee against cross-contamination.
The menu has “gluten friendly” indicators. Our server said some of the things had cross contamination, he was very specific about the things that were the safest. I had the house salad and a side sausage- both tested safe with Nima.
There weren't many choices as stated before, but the few they had were decent in my opinion- jambalaya, red beans and rice or smoked sausage. They are clearly marked on the menu. I had the jambalaya and it was ok, pretty dry but still tasty. Most of the menu is fried so if you are extremely sensitive, I would skip this place altogether .
initially disappointed with the gluten awareness (or lack thereof). We ended up ordering oysters and GF sides that ended up being a good amount of food, which was very tasty. atmosphere was a little noisy but expect that with a busy place.
Talk to waitress and asked if their fries were really gluten free. She said they were but went on to tell me that they are fried in the same oil as every fried thing on the menu!! That makes then NOT gluten free. Ate a salad to be safe! Not a good GF place.
Very helpful and even came back to the table after I ordered to let me know how the red beans and rice is prepared and what was prepared near it. Not a lot of options, but they are familiar with cross contamination and celiac. Glad to have a true New Orleans experience.
Very impressed with the knowledge the staff has about food allergies. I was able to order fries with my grilled fish meal due to a dedicated gluten-free frier. They do not have a separate gluten-free menu but they do use the letter "G" to indicate gluten free items.