The waitress was polite, but had zero knowledge of Celiac disease or gluten-free needs. They had gf bread but nothing to go with it. She said lunch meat for sandwiches was not gf - uncertain if there was a gf toaster available. They had 2 gf salad options with NO available gf salad dressing options. She could not say if the vegetables were prepared in a gf safe manner. I settled on a grilled chicken breast with no seasoning bc I was afraid to chance more. I would have left but I'm staying at the hotel for a medical appointment, it was late and I had to be up early in the morning. When the waitress brought the chicken breast, she said, "that sure looks lonely." She was right, it did. This was truly one of the saddest gf meals I have eaten in 7 years with CD. I'm praying I don't get sick. I gave it one star because at least the waitress was polite to me and went to the kitchen several times to ask questions on my behalf.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
The food was very expensive for what you get. It wasn't busy but food took a long time, and then they over cooked the food. Service was meh.
Additionally, in case you're interested, there are only two entrees that are gluten free. There are only two side items that are gluten-free. I believe there was one salad that was.
Not much selection, so I wouldn't go back.
My husband and I ended up ordering take out from C2 while staying at Cleveland Clinic after our daughter's surgery this past weekend. We ordered the salmon and the flank steak, both marked gf on their menu, along with a side of sauteed veggies, and shared the order. We both loved it! (He is not gf; I am celiac.! In fact, it was so good, we ordered it again for dinner the next night. I did not get sick either time. I only wish the restaurant was closer to our home in Michigan so I could enjoy it again.
Located in the Intercontinental Suites, this is a gem on the CCF campus. Tasty and healthy food with GF items clearly marked on menu.