My husband and I ate at Cedric’s Tavern, the Village Social, and the Stable Cafe during our Biltmore visit. All restaurants had a separate gluten free menu. The staff were very knowledgeable on gluten free items and substitutions. At Cedric Tavern, our waitress even brought us out some delicious homemade pickles in lieu of the traditional bread before the meal. And at the Village Social, our waitress brought us some yummy gluten-free chocolate truffles and berries for dessert, complementary! The entire treatment by all Biltmore restaurant staff was superb!
We love the Carolina burger here and the garlic potatoes are amazing!! They do have a seasonal vegetable you can get if you prefer. The seasonal vegetable today was a zucchini stew melody which was delicious. The service team and chefs are so attentive here. It is nice to know that they take great care of their customers.
My husband and I stopped in twice during our 2-day visit to the Biltmore. Enjoyed the GF beer (although would've preferred Glutenberg) and really really enjoyed the bacon beer nuts and hummus plate, both dishes GF and DF. The waiters and the host were very helpful too.
Great food served in a wonderful atmosphere. We ate outside while listening to live music. There was also live music inside, but something about eating outside is special!! I thought it a little strange that they served pickles with the bread, but WOW! Were they ever great pickles!!! And I don't even like pickles! Menu was clear, waiter was knowledgeable, food tasted great. Only drawback is that you have to purchase admission to Biltmore to eat at any of their restaurants. That was OK for us since we were visiting for a day. If I lived anywhere near the area I would purchase the annual membership just to be able to eat there whenever we could!