the gluten free "guide" pretty much just tells you that everything has gluten in it. We asked the waitress if anything was separate and she said of course everything was, and then she asked if gluten free meant the breading was off. Easy to tell there was little knowledge. Then to top it off I looked in the regular menu and found the GF section in the menu and it clearly states that they share the same grill for everything. Not a good place for people who cant actually eat gluten.
Was a chore and inconvenience to them, waitress said could only cook my chicken in a separate pan because they were slow and not to expect this normally. Half way through ordering she said the order was too complex and she would come back to us later when we asked about cross contamination (ordering a gluten free grilled chicken salad). Yes they can do gluten free, but not for celiacs. Got sick.