I love how Carrabba's is always improving their gluten-free menu and training. Had a delicious meal on 2/23/2016. We had a new server who wasn't too familiar with celiac disease, but a manager supervised our meal from start to finish and everything was handled exactly as I requested. Two days later, and symptom free. I call that a success!
Be aware of what you eat here if you have ciliac, watch out for the chicken soup, the soup is cook without noodles and the noodles are added when you order but for some reason most of the time I ask for it gluten free (no noodles) they always mess up and there is noodles in my soup, they have the noodles container right next to the soup container and they drop noodles in there all the time, one time I found one noodle in my soup, one day I found one noodle with my steak sauce, I always look thru it before I start eating it.
When you order, make sure to tell your server that you want your food cooked in a separate pan, not on the grill. This location is aware of celiac protocol. The Chicken Bryan is particularly tasty.
They specify that they don't use a separate grill, so it's buyer beware
The food and service were wonderful and they have a separate menu.
I've eaten here twice now, and both times have been incredible! The staff is very knowledgeable about celiac and was extremely accommodating. Both times our servers have allowed me to make my own meals by mixing and matching the gluten-free items on the menu. I was assured that my meals were cooked on freshly cleaned pans, separate from gluten-containing ingredients. I'm also dairy-free, and my waitress went above and beyond to make sure no cheese or butter went on my plate. She said someone in the kitchen spilled cheese on my original dish, so she had the chef remake it AND gave me a $20 gift card for the "inconvenience." Amazing service, didn't feel sick at all after. Highly recommend!
I've eaten here several times and always enjoyed their meals. They've updated their menus so their normal menu is labeled gf instead of having to ask for a separate menu. My faves: Caprese salad Chicken Bryan Eh: Minestrone soup (very bland)
food was absolutely delicious, the staff is very knowledgeable and the menu is marked with what is safe. they can make almost all pasta/sauces gluten free as they do not use flour in their Alfredo.(with the exception of ravioli and lasagna) the gluten free pasta is delicious and they are very careful about cross contamination and will not boil your pasta in the same water as regular pasta.
The food here is good, the menu has notifications on it to let you know if it is or can be made gluten free. I have eaten here before without getting sick, but recently I ate here and I think they gave me regular pasta instead of gluten free (the waitress wasn't listening that well), or it could have just been all the milk and cheese who knows. I not celiac so I didn't mind the stomach ache, but it would have been a lot better without it.
I ordered the gluten-free pasta as a side to the pork tenderloin. When it came out to the table my plate had whole wheat spaghetti instead of gluten-free pasta. The meat was touching the pasta so I sent it all back. I explained I could not eat what was touching as it would make me sick. Well I got sick!
I have found regular pasta in my GF dishes on two separate occasions. The first was take-out and one noodle so I simply stopped eating the meal. The second was eating out with family and there were two different kinds of regular pasta in my meal! The waiter and manager apologized multiple times... and yet let remarks out about other people having the SAME problem. The food is good, but the kitchen is CLUELESS on keeping things from cross contamination. Major disappointment.
Seriously the best Italian food I've had that's gluten free. Server and staff were knowledgeable about GF and cross contamination. The menu was integrated, with explanation of how to make an dish GF, if it wasn't labeled as gf to begin with. My son and I both loved the gluten free pasta and the house salad. I'd be careful if celiac but they did treat us like it was "normal" to be gf. Tons of options to select from.
Very knowledgeable and they can cook gluten free pasta right
Terrible experience despite gluten-free menu. Waitress joked about it as if it were no big deal. I was barely out the door when I realized that my meal had been cross contaminated. Manager offered me a free meal, but I requested that she retrain her staff. Will never go back.
They have a number of salads, soups and numerous entrees that are gluten free, including pasta, chicken, pork and steak. This is really the only option outside of Five Guys near C gates. The sushi place has nothing gluten free. Food was tasty and they have one gf beer.
they have gluten free items bit I got sick
I went out to dinner with a few friends and was really surprised by this place. 1. A LOT of GF options. 2. The staff is accommodating, I don't know if they've been briefed on gluten free or not, but they are well informed about how it's made and will write down allergy. 3. The food is yummy! Can I say it's Celiac Friendly? No, I've only tried this place once. But I can say I did not get sick and I enjoyed an evening of good food. Definitely go in cautiously, it is a chain restaurant after all, but just know the staff is ready to help make it the best experience for you.
They have a lot of options; almost all pasta dishes can be made gf . I typically have a skin reaction if I have gluten and did have any reaction. They have a shared kitchen area so make sure to tell them it is for Celiac or an Allergy which everyone seems to understand better. Food was excellent
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