If you have celuac disease, the safe food options are popcorn, and candy. They operate an open air kitchen and hand toss their pizza, which means all plates, bowls and silverwarebare contaminated, regardless of what you order.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I believe Alamo has come a long way with their GF menu and prep. I have gotten sick here before, but that was a mistake on my part. I have never been sick from their gluten- free pizza. I get the brussel sprout pizza often, it’s delicious! Try to get there early to discuss your options with the wait staff.
Didn't try much (ate earlier) but pleasantly surprised to see as many GF & Vegetarian options on the menu (pizza/buns). Would suggest getting there with time to spare before the movie to ask staff any questions. That being said I didn't eat much, so can't say it's great and I highly doubt it's a safe kitchen option for celiacs. (Lakeline theater)
love alamo, but not great GF options. Cheese fries are fried in same oil as everything else and often effect me. Ace pair cider is great though
They do not know how to cook the GF pizza. I have given it many tries as I'm a movie freak , but it's always not crisp,, soggy and disappointing. I've started eating before I go now.
Gluten free is NOT at Alamo. They have an open air kitchen and toss their own pizza dough. I got sick off of the Cobb Salad. I gave them 3 tries and got sick each time. This is specific to the one at Lake Creek in Austin. Maybe the difference is having Celiac disease versus choosing to be gluten free - as someone with Celiac, I definitely can't eat here. The chef and manager have confirmed they are not safe for those with Celiac.
who doesn't enjoy Alamo draught house? and its even better when enjoying some delicious pizza on a gluten free crust! At one time they even had some really delicious gf beer on the menu. Green's endeavour I believe it was. of course they don't have a gf kitchen so there is risk, but personally I've had no trouble. I've always had a good experience here, so enjoy!
I love the Alamo and have not gotten sick from the popcorn, beef or vegan burger with gluten free bun (not toasted), or salads but I just got sick from the French fries. They have a separate fryer for just for the fries so I took the chance of eating the fries (clearly mistake in retrospect), but they must use the same oil because I got glutened.
When ordering here, I was told that the French fries are gluten free since they are not fried in the same fryer as everything else. I didn’t get sick, so I’d say they’re pretty safe. I gave 3 stars because the menu really doesn’t offer too much for GF.