I'm a local and I love their food but they definitely do not have any dedicated kitchen space and there is no dedicated fryer. They'll work really hard to not gluten you just give them a call or talk with your server in detail as with every place clarify clarify clarify and then clarify again.
Delicious burger! Their potatoes aren’t gluten free so I had to get the chips and salsa as my side which was disappointing but the burger was really good
This place used to be good for Gluten-Free food choices, used to be a great place to take my kids for breakfast. However, they are now adding flour to their hollendaise and bearnaise sauces (I make these sauces at home, no need for flour, a real chef doesn't need flour to thicken hollendaise). I was also told that their Gluten-Free choices have greatly decreased lately. I'm very disappointed Carvers!!!!!
For regular food and regular beer, really yummy. But if you are truly celiac, they don't seem to know anything about it and the rumor that the beer is gluten reduced? Seems to be only a rumor. I had a rasberry wheat beer and two days later my eyes are still itching so much I have to take benadryl and my digestive system feels like it has glass going through it. Their website doesn't seem to say anything about gluten free or gluten reduced at all and considering a waiter tried to serve a celiac something in a breadbowl, I'm afraid you can't listen to the waiters. My new motto? If the website doesn't guarantee it, don't listen to the server,.
I ate GF free breakfast here but got glutened
I’ve given Carvers several tries over the last 6 months and have been glutened. Now I try to go elsewhere or will only have tea when I meet with friends there. The first time, the server was not knowledgeable, said the dish had no gluten and I wound up in pain for a several days. The next time I just went with one scramble egg noting gluten free, and still had a reaction.
I ordered a hamburger on gluten free bread and a side salad and had severe symptoms of gluten exposure within 30 minutes of the meal. The burger had BBQ sauce and the salad had ranch dressing. I told the waiter I was Celiac and he assured me that all their sauces and dressings were gluten free but I think he was mistaken.
My waiter was very knowledgeable about me being Celiac, and he brought out a menu that showed what was gluten free. I had the buffalo burger with gluten free bread. The bread didn't fall apart and was actually tasty! After getting cross-contaminated twice already on my vacation, I am happy to say that I didn't have any problems with this restaurant.
Most of their gf options are salads. This does not make a restaurant celiac friendly as just about every restaurant in existence can provide salad as a gf option. when the food come out it was in a bread bowl and the server insisted it was gf....we waited until the waiter came out and he brought it back.
Awesome food and awesome staff
I had the rice noodle bowl and it was amazing! Just be sure to let them know that you need gluten free foods, not gluten-reduced. Our waitress was great, she was very thorough about what items were safe for me to consume and if she didn't know she would double check with the kitchen. The BBQ sauce they use for the steak sandwich is not celiac friendly, the chicken used in the street side tacos is marinated in a sauce that contains gluten, and their sidewinder potatoes are breaded, therefore not safe. (Those are the things I remember off the top of my head).
Very knowledgeable staff. The food is delicious. They're also dog friendly. I had the Thai Salmon Curry Quinoa Bowl. It was to die for. Almost everything on the menu could be made gluten free, but the options aren't listed. The server said it was because the owner wanted the staff to know what could and could not be made gluten free- thus the knowledgeable staff. Highly recommended.