Delicious chicken salad in 15 varieties and some of the sides are gluten-free, too.
Great place! All of the chicken salads are gluten-free & a couple of the sides. The bread is not, but the chicken salad was so delicious you almost don't want the bread to mask the taste. They also do a great job of acknowledging someone needing to be gluten-free and put notes on the receipt for gloves to be changed before your food is made.
I had lunch from this place today. Staff was very informed about cd. Food was really good! Hate that it's at Pier Park and I'm here during Spring break which means I had to park and walk but that's my own doing. Lots of gf options. Just ask. Will definitely be back.
So many flavors to pick from! Super nice staff ! The restaurant is clean and bright. Our party of four each had something different, including one that was gluten free! We did not leave hungry 😊. The manager waited on us and he was knowledgeable about the menu and what he could offer that is GF. He offered substitutes for bread and cookies. Very nice!
All of their chicken salad is gluten free. Gloves and cutting boards were changed just for me very knowledgable about what I could and couldn't eat. The manager even came out to check on me and make sure everything was okay. Definately going back
Wonderful chicken salads of various Falcons and sides. When I told them I had a gluten allergy, the cashier instructed the kitchen staff to change gloves and wipe down the area prior to preparing my plate. I had the trio plate with NO bread or crackers. I got the tangy and oniony Dixie Chick and the sweet pickle Old Southern with fresh fruit salad. Very fast service.
Great tasting chicken salad. I tried the trio platter - with the classic, Dixie and nut salads. All were great, but the Dixie was my favorite. The manager said almost all of the chicken salads are gf. I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 because it was a little pricey (almost 10 bucks for 3 scoops and a pickle) and the regular girl at the counter didn't seem very knowledgeable and needed the manager's advice. Hopefully that will improve.
This location just opened recently. I spoke with one of the managers who happened to also be a sensitive Celiac like me. He said he eats safely at the restaurant and said I didn't have to worry about cross contamination. The rest of the safe was still too new to know much about GF dining, so make sure to speak with a manager. As for what to eat, I had the Classic Carol chicken salad with a bag of Baked Lays potato chips. The salad was fantastic. They have other chicken salad options, but that is the only one I recall at the moment. The manager I spoke with is also lactose intolerant, so he said there more options that were GF but contain dairy. I'm hoping they will consider offering a GF soup, but at the moment, he said they were not gluten free. All the same, it is nice to have a new option in Mobile for GF dining out.