I know it sounds crazy but their chicken sandwich may well be the best gluten free thing I have ever eaten. I have been wanting to go here so when I found myself nearby I stopped in even though it was 4 o’clock and I had eaten a late lunch. I ordered food to go so that I could eat with my family who were not with me although I knew that it may not be as tasty after the journey. I needn’t have worried. I ate my sandwich one hour later and it was still warm and crunchy. The pickle on top was homemade and the sauce was terrific as well.
I got a cocktail to go, and it was also well crafted. I would love to return to eat in and enjoy the music next time.
If you’re a tourist in the French quarter, know that it’s not far at all. If it’s early, be sure to check out the nearby murals and Crescent Park. You’ll be glad you did.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I cannot day enough good things about this place! The chef’s sister has celiac so he 100% knows what he’s doing. Let them know what severity of gluten issues you have (celiac, intolerance, preference) and they will happily take care of you. The menu even comes with a disclaimer about celiac, not just gluten. This place is a must if you find yourself in New Orleans
Capulet has amazing gluten free sandwiches. They toast the bread separately and are very careful about cross contamination. The menu is also very clear about what is not gluten free (e.g., the fryer). Staff is very knowledgeable and friendly.