Great options on menu, was surprised even a couple gluten free options for cheesecake if you are still hungry. I may try one next time and plan ahead for when we go back.
This place is NOT GLUTEN FREE no designated fryers for fries and sides. Easy contamination for Celiac disease. Waitress was nice and got answers for me but was no help to help me find something I could eat so all I ate was edamame. Won’t come back.
Decent pasta! It's nice to be able to go somewhere so many people love. Apparently there is gluten free cheesecake but I have yet to try it.
I got soooo sick after eating here. I was up all night. I haven't been that sick in a long time.
Not large selection but you can request certain items to be made gluten free - they don't have a separate menu just a small symbol near the foods that are - unfortunately only 1 cheesecake is gluten and it's chocolate chocolate and more chocolate
Menu noted what was GF. Had a good plain steak with green vegetables and a superb GF Godiva chocolate cheesecake. They had another coffee and chocolate I think flavoured GF cheesecake which I tried earlier In the week. I wish they had a fruity flavour choice of cheesecake too!!! UPDATE: Sadly got slightly glutened 😔
The menu clearly labels gluten free options. My waiter was aware and concerned about my food allergies. I had a grilled chicken sandwich with avocado. I was surprised it came on gluten free sandwich bread rather than a gluten free bun. It tasted fine but I was expecting more than just a couple of slices of bread. I wish this upscale restaurant would invest in a dedicated gluten free fryer.
I had the shepherd's pie, not only was it one of the best shepherd's pie ever, my waiter informed me it was one of the menu items that's naturally gluten free. There are also two cheesecake options that are gluten free. I will definitely be going back
Went there last night after seeing a movie. Initially I was turned off by the lack of desirable GF options. Had to repeatedly change order plans due to dishes that were surprisingly using gluten, or risk of allergic exposure to other to other ingredients. Says fries can be GF, but cooked in same fryer for cross contamination. Refused to allow me to open my own Angry Orchard bottle ordered to avoid cross contamination from beer covered hands in bar. I was about ready to leave in frustration. But the waitress was patient and accommodating so went back several times to get answers from kitchen before she sat down with me to discuss options. Had a burger earlier in the week, so it didn't sound good, but ended up getting one with mashed potatoes. The burger was great and the bun was excellent! Once I was almost done, I asked the waitress what brand it was. When she said Udi's, I said then we have a problem because you gave me the wrong bun. I explained that Udi's are small, flat, undesirable to look at, don't have a very good texture, and that it's sad they are so commonly used. So what I ate was clearly not Udi's. Waitress brought out a manager named Alicia, whose daughter is Celiac, and she explained multiple steps to avoid gluten, and an area to prepare most GF items. She went back and brought me out a prepackaged GF bun. Apparently Cheesecake Factory purchases a restaurant grade GF buns in bulk from Udi's. Wonder why Udi's has such huge variance between this and what I've gotten at stores or is served in so many other restaurants. Ordered the GF Godiva chocolate cheesecake to go and it is absolutely amazing!
I ate here for a work dinner when traveling to SA for work. The GF options aren’t extensive, but they had enough that I could choose a couple of things I wanted. The skinny margarita is gluten free and was good. I ate the salmon dish, but since I’m also lactose intolerant, thy gave me fries instead of mashed potatoes. Food was good and the service was outstanding.
I picked up a piece of cheesecake to-go tonight, the coffee & cream chocolate, which is supposed to be gluten-free. Managed to make it home from my friend’s house before I started vomiting, and hours later, my gut is still in knots. I only have this reaction when I eat gluten, so it would seem to me that this cheesecake isn’t GF.
For the second time (out of three visits) I found a regular gluten noodle in my gf pasta dish. Manager wasn’t very concerned just saying he will comp my meal but now I’m sick. My third time at this location and I’ve gotten sick all three times. Not celiac friendly
Based on others feedback, I skipped the GF pasta options. I ordered the GF Factory Chopped Salad and subbed feta for the Blue Cheese, dressing came on the side. The salad was tasty. I ordered the GF Coffee and Chocolate Cheesecake to go - it was DELISH. I had no problems last night and I think you can get a fairly safe meal if you stick with the VERY limited GF "friendly" options marked. There are only a handful of Non-pasta dishes marked and only 2 kinds of GF Cheesecake on their book-like menu. Would not be top of my list, but I think a manageable option if your group/family wants to go.
Staff knows the options but the menu is deceptive. For example: you can get a “gluten free Cesar salad” but it’s not a Cesar salad. You give up not only the croutons but the dressing as well. Why not list that? Of the kids can get a gluten free Alfredo but not adults? Just weird and frustrating.
Surprising amount of gf options, even dessert items! The waiter didn't ask any questions when I requested the gf coffee cream cheesecake, but did make sure to tell me it was the gluten free one when he set it on the table. He then offered to pack our leftovers separately, so it seemed like he was conscious of CC. I had no issues after eating here.
Server was not knowledgeable on gluten free. Asked for a manager to come out and server never got one until we sent back burnt hamburger bun and manager brought out a fresh one and had no idea I had an allergy or requested to talk to a manager. Didn’t even put in the system of a food allergy so kitchen knew to take precautions. My moms dinner came out wrong, and mine did too. Not good service. Food was subpar and not worth the price. Wouldn’t recommend
Gluten free options are limited for such a large menu. I ordered a pasta that I’m 99% sure was the regular pasta. We double checked with our server and he confirmed it was gf. Sadly, I had a headache, itchy palms, and bloat by the time I left. Good thing I only have an allergy and am not celiac.
Cheesecake is my favorite restaurant and I was so excited they had a gluten free menu. I got the bacon bacon burger and after a short time I was extremely sick. Haven’t tried any other GF options from here but definitely won’t be getting a burger again :(
This rating is for cheesecake alone. I have not had a meal here in a while but I do know they have GF offerings all throughout the menu. They offer 2 GF cheesecakes, a coffee chocolate cheesecake and a Godiva chocolate cheesecake. Usually Godiva chocolate is not celiac safe but Godiva makes this cheesecake specifically for Cheesecake factory in a dedicated facility. I thought it was good to mention this since many people are nervous to eat it due to the fact that it's Godiva. I've eaten it many times and have never had a reaction (I'm highly sensitive). It would be nice if they offered more flavors but, I'm very grateful for these two delicious flavors!
Waiter seemed kind of knowledge about gluten free options on the menu. (GF options are labeled on the regular menu) He knew the GF pasta was cooked in separate water than the non-GF pasta, and that the hamburgers were cooked on a grill that only cooked GF food. I ended up ordering a turkey burger with a GF bun and a side of salad. I did not get the side of fries because waiter was “pretty sure” the frier was GF. When I received my burger, I was disappointed to see that all the toppings except lettuce and tomato had been removed because the toppings (like mushrooms in a garlic sauce) weren’t GF. I wasn’t told that before I ordered (I also didn’t ask, I’m learning to be more specific with my questions) I didn’t get sick from eating there, always a plus 👌
My waitress has an uncle with celiac and so she was great! The fries are fried in a separate fryer, but the manager came to my table to tell me the fryer was by the flouring station so cross contamination could happen. Wow! So impressed. Nima tested the food and no gluten detected! And the burger was soooo yummy!
I was a regular at the Southlake Cheesecake Factory and the food was almost always amazing with no issues. I've tried this location multiple times and the gluten free pasta dishes always tastes watered down and flavorless. A friend of mine was eating there and they took their plates before they were done, barely two bites into it. Another attempt to eat there and they closed due to a gas leak. This location is NOT where you should go.
Few options available on menu, celiac son could choose from gluten free pasta, grilled chicken or grilled salmon from children's menu. Be sure to tell them you are a celiac, the waiter advised against the fries as they are cooked in the same fryer as gluten items. I did not ask about the pasta. My son had the chicken, I had the sweet corn tamale cakes and neither of us had issues later but overall we did not enjoy the meal.
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