I'm not celiac, but am very strictly gluten free. I was pretty satisfied with the options they offered. I was sad that they don't have any gluten free soup options, but I was able to substitute a salad without croutons for a small upcharge. Overall yummy food. The BBQ Bacon and Cheddar Chicken was great.
Overall good food. Would like more side options. Server made two errors with our order and did not compensate us. Not satisfied with service
Several GF options to choose from. The food was very good. My non GF eaters absolutely loved the apple fritters. I had the Grilled Trout (beware of bones) the soup wasn’t gf so they allowed me to get a second side. The cucumber salad, regular salad, and my own bowl of mashed potatoes (normally Mashed potatoes for the table to share). The dessert wasn’t GF so they brought me ice cream. All in all a good experience and good food. *there are two restaurants on property, this review is for the restaurant - not the grill.
They did have a pretty decent allergen menu. I think part of the problem was that the food wasn't the best to begin with. It's supposed to be a 'county style' kind of place. The food was just okay. Our server was knowledgeable enough, but unsure about what to offer us while we waited. He knew we couldn't have the apple fritters or the soup so he just brought us the apple butter. (What was I supposed to do, eat it straight?) The meal is supposed to include soup and apple fritters, but those aren't gf and nothing is offered in their place, so price-wise we're getting ripped off a bit. The food was just okay, the staff was knowledgeable enough, the setting was nothing fancy. I wouldn't recommend it.
The disclaimer that precedes everything on the gluten free list let me know that it was not safe to eat at this restaurant.
Had a bad breakfast with moldy potatoes. Would not recommend this place.
They have a large allergen friendly menu with many different options. The kitchen and waitress was very knowledgable and careful with our gluten allergy. We ate there two nights in a row and neither family member with celiac disease got sick.