Restaurant expanding too much and not changing gluten free menu to reflect new foods that are no longer gluten free. Partridge Creek restaurant in particular not caring about that issue or issue of cross contamination. Manager did not even apologize for their discrepancy.
Not celiac safe, they use a shared fryer. The only truly GF items are the the shrimp or ahi bowl and the salads. They give a GF menu that does not state that it’s a shared fryer
Went last night, when I asked our waitress about GF options although she didn't know she immediately asked about the specific items we requested. I am ok with shared fryer items, though I didn't order anything that shared a fryer last night so I can't speak on that.
Their menu does not state it online, but they do have a GF bun so I ordered a burger and it was delicious! I was told the bun can be used for sandwiches too, I didn't ask about specifics for sandwiches and whether items within them were GF or not since that wasn't what I was ordering. My family ordered the chorizo queso, which we found out was GF, and I was able to eat that and the corn tortilla chips just fine. I also had a GF beer, Space Rock, one of my favorites it is more an IPA style. It is crafted to remove gluten, so it is not for everyone.
Only about 2 “safe” options and the chips are not GF because of a shared fryer, even though they are labeled GF on the menu
Food was great. Good options, also vegetarian and vegan friendly which can be hard to come by.
unsafe for celiac very few choices beyond 2 appetizers and a salad and the staff wasn’t all that certain on those hopefully they up their game it would be nice to eat here
Staff was knowledgeable and realized I couldn’t eat the rice bowl in a flour tortilla shell. Not a specific GF menu but some items are called out, and staff can help with the rest. Burgers can be made without the bun. Good selection of ciders and the occasional GF beer. Their brunch is very good, especially when indulging in the Bloody Mary bar. 😏 never been sick from their food.