My husband and I ate here for our anniversary last night. The restaurant is so beautiful and the staff is very knowledgeable about celiac disease. They brought me out some wonderful gluten free garlic bread. I had the green salad and pork chop. One of the most delicious meals I’ve had in a long time. They even have gluten free lemon pound cake which unfortunately I was too full to try.
The waiter was amazing. The atmosphere was amazing. The “gf bread” I was served was indeed a cut up burger bun toasted and buttered. 😞The wine the waiter picked for me was great. My kids are not GF and ordered the gnocchi, they were not big fans of it. My sea bass was bland and not entirely cooked. Disappointed for sure. I am used to incredible GF food at a restaurant in my hometown in Tucson, AZ. The Wild Garlic trounced Carthey Circle in terms of flavor, variety and far more reasonable with better portions. Our tummies were upset the following morning too...hmmmm. Missed a half day at the parks due to the upset. Again the waiter was amazing! It is just not worth the price for the food or the time we missed at the parks due to tummy issues.
No specific GF menu, but the waiter was able to guide us to the GF choices (he originally said “everything here can be GF”, but after follow-up questions the menu was about 25% safe). We felt like the kitchen was careful. They sent out GF bread (was just a cut up hamburger bun), but it was a nice touch.
I am a long time Disney visitor...and I have to tell you...not only do I have a gluten allergy, but I have a soy allergy, corn allergy, legumes allergy, and a dairy allergy. I was able to eat...I mean REALLY eat with no fear at Carthay. They made the experience amazing! And their gluten free bread?!!! Amazing. If you are heading to Disney, EAT HERE!!
Expensive, but dear God, worth every penny. The Maple Leaf duck breast I had was the most spectacularly delicious thing I have ever eaten, anywhere. Service is friendly and professional; my meal was noticeably marked with a blue flag to ensure its safety, and I could hear cries of "gluten free!" from the kitchen, which I sat next to.
Dedicated fryer means a great GF burger and fries. I've eaten here twice and the waitstaff were knowledgeable and happy to accommodate. Never had a reaction. The environment is a nice break from the parks, but it's very expensive, especially for inconsistent food. My non-GF companions were less excited about their meals. The bar downstairs is good for drinks but not many GF snack options.
Had interesting gf options, but took a LONG time (2 hours for lunch!), it was freezing, and the portions were minute. Prices are pretty high. Don't order the pozole, it barely covered the bottom of the bowl. Looked more like some sauce than a bowl of soup.