Are here for lunch while at the aquarium. All sandwiches/burgers can be made with a gluten free bun. Fries are made in their own fryer. I had to wait a few minutes for them to make my food separately.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
The lable gluten free. But the options are very limited. No bun hot dog and fries is about it for a child. They said gf bread is a problem because of individual plastic wrapping and they focus on reducing waste. For my kids, we had to ignore the signs and bring in our own food. Or go hungry. There is a spicy taquito that was pretty tasty but not kids friendly.
Very awesome place inside the aquarium. Everything is clearly marked, they knew what they were doing, and it was very tasty. No reaction and could eat most of their menu.
Staff was very knowledgeable and the hostess had celiac and recommended the restaurant over the cafe because they had more options. Everything that was gluten free was marked on the menu. A little pricey but good views
There were very few options for me as I can’t have dairy, and some staff was very knowledgeable, BUT they were careful about checking the ingredients and avoiding cross contamination. Next time I’ll probably bring my own lunch, but they at least were careful and knowledgeable and I had a burger no bun and some potato chips instead of fries as they didn’t have a dedicated fryer.
Had a gluten free menu available upon request. Fries are no longer celiac safe as they are prepared in a shared fryer with fried chicken wings. But, me and my husband had delicious potato soup, and things like salad and fish tacos/quesadillas were all labeled gf. Knowledgeable staff and good to have options.
So happy to have fries! Pricey for basic but to be expected in the aquarium.
Not a ton of options but I had a bun-less burger with fries and didn't get sick. Just being able to have fries was great. They have a gluten free menu with options, be sure to remember to mention that gluten/wheat makes you sick when you order if you have celiac.
They've really improved options and labeling since we last visited. Pick up plastic menu in center of cafeteria with gf options. Gf fries. Gf burger and dog without bun. Gf fish tostada (yum!!!). Gf pizza option. Also had numerous gf snacks like Lucy's cookies. Happy for options.
I was watching as they cross contamination
Anyone with celiac disease (or celiac kids) knows how stressful it can be of you don't plan where to eat. I did my research. I looked into multiple websites for reviews about the Acquirium's gf friendliness. I was so frustrated when we went to get lunch there. The cafe is set up like a cafeteria. none of the menus mention gf products. you'd have to go to every counter and ask about gf, whole the other 1000 people in the acquirium attempt to order... We finally figured out the only gf option was pizza if we waited an hour. We decided to avoid the madness and go into the restuarant. There are very knowledgeable but have very limited options.
The cafe is very accommodating and the food was very good. A little pricey but good. Garlic fries are awesome!
This was the best cafe inside a museum/aquarium/ zoo or any of the sort I have ever been to! All of the food was good, not just the gluten free options. They had amazing fresh salads, great gluten free pizza, gluten free soup options, and delicious gluten free cookies, just to name a few things. I would recommend eating here if you visit the aquarium, it was delicious