I asked for a GF menu and the man dug around in a drawer and found one that was basically instructions to tell your server no seasoning, use oil and vinegar on the salad, and no au jus. They really seemed to be clueless about a gluten allergy. I did order a ribeye with a baked potato and salad and had no problems.
This restuarant is one of my all time favorite steakhouses. I went here before I was diagnosed with celiac and have gone once since the diagnosis (not too close to were I live) My husband and I went here for our 5th wedding anniversary. I told the waitress she was happy to answer my questions I got a porter house steak( the special) baked potato and salad with house dressing no croutons. I didnt get sick at all. Its oldfashion so not a lot of side options it a steak and potato place but it's the best steak you'll ever have in my opinion.
Staff were very knowledgeable about gluten free options. I had a steak, the chicken and rice soup, and au gratin potatoes. Food was good. Not amazing, but good. Portions were a little smaller than I was expecting for a steakhouse.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
It’s easy to eat gluten free here, and the staff always knows what I’m talking about when I say I have celiac disease. The menu is the same at all locations, and I’ve eaten at nearly all of them! Everyone in the family loves going to Cattlemens!
Their staff was very knowledgeable about how to handle my allergies. I asked for a gluten free menu and the manager and kitchen staff were notified. They even made us a special gf potato skin plate (yum) All in all, it’s a great experience.