This restaurant is not celiac friendly and should not be listed as such. My wife became very ill after eating a salad that we were told was gluten-free. Four of our volleyball team members were sick the next morning after eating at the restaurant. Those four did not have celiac. Any restaurant worth it’s weight that claims to be celiac friendly and has a gluten-free menu would also have gluten-free pasta, which this one does not. Stay away.
Don't go here for gluten free unless you have to. The options are slim and, when I went there, the staff didn't care about my "allergy."
Yummy gluten free chicken but no gluten free pasta options.
The “gluten friendly” menu clearly states that they provide it only for those “avoiding gluten” and that cross contamination isn’t only possible but will happen due to a shared kitchen. The only way to even order the entrees also makes ordering them online for delivery impossible since they disable special instructions on all platforms and you have to specify “no flour” modification to make the entrees “gluten friendly”. Total fail.
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu
Their “gluten free” menu is a gluten-friendly menu, some of the items say to “just order and ask to not be dusted with flour.” As a celiac, I would steer clear from this establishment.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Below Average
My employer was hosting our holiday work party here with a $40 family style meal for everyone. I asked the restaurant if I could order off the gf menu and sit with my party because I have Celiac. They said no. They refused to let me participate in our work event because they said I would eat the gluten food and not pay. I contemplated suing them for discrimination but I was so mad and frustrated I decided to let it go and never, ever go there again. In retrospect I should have sued them.