Got the tuna tacos and they were amazing. No reaction. They weren’t actually marked GF on the physical menu, but they are online and I had specifically been recommended them so we asked. They’re GF! I think it’s a typo on their menu since there’s a star next to it too
Nice restaurant. We went for dinner. I had the seared scallops. It was good, but pricey for the serving size. My husband had the GF shrimp and grits, again the serving size could be been bigger for the dinner portion. He liked the shrimp and grits, but would probably go with a different meal if we were to return.
chose not to eat here when I asked the waiter if the fish tacos were gluten free, he told me about how fresh the tuna was that had nothing to do with my question. In addition, when I asked if the tacos were served with corn tortillas that were from a package or were made with flour in house nobody can answer that question for a very long time and once I did get an answer one said we make them in-house with flour and another answer was yes they are packaged so I am not sure they know only their offering and there's mass confusion on what actually gluten free is. I didn't want to chance it.
Food was really good, service wasn't. When I told the server I could not eat gluten I swear she started to roll her eyes. I decided to go with what looked like the safest gf option--the shrimp and grits. It was very tasty, and I liked the tomato sauce they use for it. Makes it different but still good (if you like tomatoes). It's a good thing we weren't in a hurry because we barely saw our server, and it wasn't even busy. It was difficult to get refills and took forever to get the check. Luckily everyone enjoyed their food, and I didn't have any gluten reaction.