Fresh, carefully created, food with clear GF options. Kitchen w dedicated fryer and I believe dedicated prep space. Restaurant is fully ou kosher as well. Very delicious food of high quality.
Super important kosher gluten free find in Las Vegas!! I went to Burnt Offerings Las Vegas tonight and had a great experience. It’s a new restaurant that opened 3 months ago. I checked out the menu online, and was so entertained by the names of the dishes. I quickly saw that there was definitely lots of potential choices for me as strictly GF. We wanted a quick late night bite after our flight. When I arrived at the beautiful restaurant, I was floored and overwhelmed to see how many items on the as-is huge menu were marked GF! I got two apps - the “Chazir bites” and the “boneless Fligl” with yenta sauce. Both were amazing and definitely items unavailable in typical restaurants as GF options. The Chazir bites are candied pieces of beef that were covered with sweet potato fried crispy bits. The Fligl were chicken tenders that were fried to seal in the tenderness of the chicken which was super juicy, and covered in a batter and a spicy sauce. I spoke with the owner/chef, and they have a fryer that zero gluten goes into, as they use potato starch or rice flour across the board in the fryer. So no mistakes happen. They also have a separate vegetarian fryer entirely. My companion also very pleased with his gigantic bowl of chicken matzoh ball soup. I won’t post the glutenous food to avoid triggering anyone!!! 😉The wait staff was super attentive and so friendly. And can we say hooray to nice bathrooms! The place was just a very classy experience overall. Highly recommend! It was not even a $10 uber ride from the other end of the strip. Most of all, felt great to be able to order based on what I wanted to have, not by default because I needed to eat safe. Thank you, Burnt Offerings! The one word of caution I would add is that they have their sauces clearly labeled whether they are GF or not on the menu. I asked to hold on to a menu and I was glad I did. The server offered to bring me some of the sauces when I asked to cool off the hot chicken tenders with a dip. She brought some sauces that weren’t GF. I just cross referenced the menu to see if it was GF or not. She was super nice and apologized for the mistake and offered to make a whole new dish for me in case I touched it and it got contaminated. She was just trying to be super helpful. I think this is general due diligence for the GF consumer to do each time something is brought to you. They totally “get it”. Was a great experience.