Our waiter was rude and they do not have a gluten free menu. I asked for my son to have the fruit cup instead of the fries since the fries weren’t gf and they charged me extra for the fruit cup even though it was substituted because he couldn’t eat the fries in the first place. Would not recommend going here.
Appreciate previous reviews concerning gluten free options available. Called beforehand. Asked about the GF waffles and if batter was still available. Arriving, Danny was our waiter and service was excellent. He double checked on batter and dedicated waffle iron. Daughter had the GF waffles banana foster. Would recommend getting the bananas on the side, it was very sweet. Non GF diners had fried green tomato BLT -FIVE STARS, French Toast, eggs Benedict, all very good. Drink menus try the wicked ice chocolate coffee. Had a good experience for this celiac diner.
WARNING!!! IF YOU HAVE CELIACS OR ALLERGIES, DO NOT EAT HERE. I am completely saddened by this because we used to rent a house near this place to eat here twice a day, loved their food. Called this morning before driving an hour to eat here, said they had gluten free items still, not one thing listed on menu as gluten free was available. Why would you not change your menu? I sat while everyone else ate and we waited an hour and 30 min for our food. I am so overly frustrated and I am writing this review while I am still sitting here so I do not say something to make others at table uncomfortable.
Sat down and immediately told waitress I was celiac. She said "well the gluten free meals are marked" I ordered the fish tacos. They came out battered and not gluten free. We had already been waiting because the drink order was messed up. I felt very uncomfortable consuming anything here so we decided to leave.
The food here was very good, but the service very poor, and though I was careful to mention I was celiac with a dairy allergy, and my sister, also celiac, and I asked for catch of the day plain with olive oil and vegetables only, we were brought the usual dish with a creamy sauce to which I was obviously allergic. I asked again for what I ordered, then overheard our waiter, Rowan, discussing our having sent back the orders in a rather dismissive manner. I walked over and said to please just send plain fish and vegetables, that it was a true allergy. Next the manager came out, who had obviously not been told of how I clearly ordered my food or my dairy allergy and acted like I should not have sent the plate back. I explained but found his attitude and the server's both to be rather rude as if we were at fault when we obviously were not. Then one of our party paid in cash and our server shorted her change by $5.00. When we asked, it was obvious he already knew he had shorted her. As a physician who lectures frequently about food allergies, I believe this type of service not only puts patients at risk but is also demeaning to patrons who are just trying to avoid an allergic reaction. I travel very frequently, and have rarely experienced a server with an attitude like that, and never being shorted change. Again, very good food but they need new staff or new training and attitudes to be allergy friendly.
Their website makes it seem very gluten free friendly...I wish the server had more confidence and information! however, when he checked with the chef all was well and I enjoyed the grouper. ***The location of Chill has changed! It's about 2 blocks away from the address on here! Call for directions!
Dinner here was amazing! Expect to be blown away with ambiance and seriously professional food. Tapas style works good for my family and I and we ordered 5-6 choices. GF is marked on menu and staff ready to accommodate you. Had the herbed goat cheese tapenade terrine with zuchini instead of crostini. Rutabaga fries were seasoned, fried lightly and crunchy. Roasted stuffed dates were to die for. Menu choices reminded me of NYC restaurants like Bar Americain or Atlanta's Southern Arts. Had the local catch, mahi mahi, blackened and espresso rubbed beef rare. You will be pleasantly surprised at how the espresso and cocoa pair with the beef tenderloin. We ordered the sweet Brie cheese dish for dessert. Apple, craisins and brandy soaked macadamia nuts served again with zuchini chips. Great way to wrap up the night. We were too full for the GF flourless torte so we'll have to go back. This local gem is far far far better than the tired seafood buffet & resort seafood joints that dot Gulf Drive. Open also for lunch & bfast so we'll definitely be back. This cozy spot scores high for me. Leave the resort and venture down Gulf drive to be amazed.