Food good. menu extensive. Will go again
I LOVE this place! Their gluten free menu has multiple choices and as someone who has multiple food allergies I have not any problems with getting questions answered and making substitutions. The gluten free chocolate cake is indulgent! Can’t go wrong here!!
By far the most amazing restaurant. There gf menu is about 6 pages long. The food was delicious. I had to go back twice during my stay in Columbus. Seafood, pasta, desserts, and it just one dessert option numerous options in ever category. Amazing job
They have an expansive GF menu and go out of their way to keep GF menu items safe. Staff seems to be at least somewhat trained as well. GF dessert menu options were quite refreshing
Nice to have dessert options besides creme brulee!
The food was good, large gluten free menu.
Very knowledgeable about Celiac. A lot of attention put in to ensuring no cross contamination even if additional dietary restrictions are present.
Great. Even adapted a dish to be both gf and vegetarian: not just taking out chicken from a pasta dish but adding broccoli, roasted carrots and parsnips, which were Delish. Beautiful place with fab wine. Lots of gf choices.
I had the lunch portion of the salmon. All naturally gf options. I appreciated the gf roll. I was looking forward to the gf brownie, but they were out- very sad as dessert is rare for me since I also avoid dairy. A bit pricey, but good; great staff and yummy wine.
Awesome! Staff is great.
5 star + Tons of naturally gluten free options, very knowledgeable staff and the manager always checks to be sure your meal was perfect. And very reasonably priced for what you get.
Food was good. Brownie was very good.
My favorite place! They even have a great gluten free menu
Large gluten free menu, including several desserts to choose from. Food was good, my daughter loved her burger, I enjoyed my portables burger, although the roll was a little crumbly and it was a touch dry. They do have the best iced tea I've ever had- blueberry pomegranate. It was light, not too sweet, but flavorful. I'd come back just for the tea!
Great selection of GF dishes (salads, burgers, entrees). It was wonderful to be served bread, an appetizer, main course and dessert that was delicious and safe.
Cooper's Hawk opened at Easton Town Center in Columbus on Monday this week. Imagine my excitement when I saw they offered a gluten-free menu and my first thought was "I have to try it immediately." So by Wednesday, I was eating there for the first time. Check out the size of this gluten-free menu.... They even have 5 gluten-free desert options! I told our waitress about my gluten allergy and she made sure the kitchen knew I was there. They brought out the pretzel bread for my dinner date and a gluten-free bun for me to try. We started with an appetizer of shrimp wrapped in bacon - delicious. The shrimp were large and I easily got 2-3 bites out of them. Dinner was the pepper jack, bacon cheeseburger - the bun was a little much for me since I already had one when we first got there so I ended up eating the burger naked. There were several sides I could select from and I ended up with Mary's mashed potatoes. I got a gluten-free brownie to take home and shared it with my husband. It was simply delicious. Light, fluffy and moist! The manager even came out after my meal to make sure everything was ok and I enjoyed my meal. He explained the gluten-free process and that they are very sensitive to cross contamination and pride themselves on making safe gluten-free experiences for their guests. After this tasty meal, I decided to bring my family last night to try something new on the menu. They've already been to all the places around us to eat so it was a great change for them to try something new. Last night's meal blew the lid off of any other gluten-free meal I've had at other places. Wildfire Chicago is a close second to this dish. I decided to try something totally new and went with the short rib risotto and it was best decision I've ever made. The meat was tender, moist and fell apart with my fork into the risotto. The sauce was incredible and the truffle oil on top with parmesan shavings tied everything together perfectly. We ended the meal with some chocolate covered strawberries. They were ok, not the best but then again it's hard to compete with Godiva strawberries. I just didn't think they were ripe enough before being covered in the chocolate. I do have one comment about the restaurant - we had reservations at 7:30pm. While we didn't wait longer than 5 minutes for our table, imagine our confusion when they were quoting people a 2-3 hour wait for a table and then there were at least 10-15 empty tables in the dining room when we were seated. Maybe it was lack of staff, but it was strange in my book.
I have celiacs and I am very impressed with Cooper’s Hawk. They have an extensive gluten-free menu and it is all made celiac-safe. They clean off surfaces and wash their prep areas to ensure there is no cross contamination. I had the drunken shrimp appetizer & parmesan-crusted chicken for dinner and they were both phenomenal. I had no reactions and everything was amazing. :)
Cooper’s Hawk might be my favorite place to dine GF in the metro area. The staff is knowledgeable and kitchen is trained on minimizing cross-contamination. I have eaten here monthly and never had a reaction. The gluten-free bread is yummy and their menu has countless options. My favorite treat to grab there is the Cheesecake pops!
Love, love, love! The food is delish and they have a gf menu that is actually PAGES long.. so many things to choose from and they know what they are doing. Waitstaff is knowledgeable and don't look at you like you are a pain in the a$$.. lol I have Celiac and ate without an issue They are in Partridge Creek Mall.
Probably the most extensive GF menu I have seen! Staff was very knowledgeable, manager stopped by the table to see if there were any questions about food preparation. They even brought GF bread before the meal was served. Finally felt like I wasn't missing out and could actually have (almost) anything I wanted, including dessert! Will definitely be back!
The good: Nice GF menu - food was good. The bad: took 15 mins after sitting before drink order was taken - two of three drink orders filled and server said they were no longer offering the third wine - so a substitute was ordered. No kidding - took another 20 mins to get it to the table. I won’t be doing this again.
I’ve been here multiple times and it never disappoints! They have a separate menu for gluten free including drinks. The service is always great but I recommend reservations if going on the weekend to avoid waiting. Great variety of options and the wait staff make good recommendations.
Went here for Father's Day with my celiac husband. Our server was very knowledgeable about GF and their menu has lots of choices. They also bring gluten free bread which is the one my husband has tried. Husband still feels good today so there doesn't seem to have been any cross contamination.
They do a nice job, I have had baby showers, rehearsal dinner and much more here and I haven’t gotten sick. I did have one experience where I didn’t feel confident in my server and the food brought out to me and the manager offered to remake but I chose to not and they gave us a card for a meal on them.
You will not get sick here. They have a separate gf menu and are VERY knowledgable. One of the most knowledgable places ive ever ate at and i was dxed with celiac 15 years ago. It is pricey for the meals for sure and at its core a pretentious wine tasting place. I went there for my bday when i noticed they had a gf flourless choclate cake with whip cream, berries and a rasberry sauce. I would NOT order any entrees from here. Its a wine tasting place so theyre desserts and appetizers are what most people order with wine and not entrees. On a good note, the entrees ate the pricey thing. The appetizers and desserts are more like $$ than $$$. For an appetizer i ordered the mexican drunken shrimp. The entrees arent worth the money in terms of taste, but the appetizers and desserts were beyond incredible. Highly highly recommend this place for its safety, but also the taste of the food. Next time though im only doing the appetizers and desserts. Both of which have plenty of options for someone with celiac.
The server told us that the owners kids have celiac. They were very knowledgeable.
I am hyper sensitive to gluten, I have eaten here 4 times and have had no issues. They have a separate gluten free menu and they avoid cross contamination. Each visit we ate in the bar area. The wait staff was attentive and friendly, and appeared knowledgeable about gluten allergies and cross contamination and were eager to double check with the chefs to answer my questions. The chicken madeira is delicious.
I thoroughly enjoyed eating at Coopers Hawk in Brookfield last night! I had a FULL menu to choose from, including a few app choices, many main dishes, and a few dessert options...not to mention the ability to eat bread at the same time as my non-gf wife! Food and wine were great.
Staff was very knowledgeable. They gave a huge GF menu. I've been there twice with no side effects. Ice had: hummus w/veggies, tai lettuce wraps, Greek shrimp chopped salad, shrimp and scallop risotto, and crustless lemon ice wine cheese cake. Was there last night and the even brought me a small loaf of GF bread. Outstanding place. Wine is awesome also.
They had a separate GF menu with a variety of options. Instead of a normal bread and butter tasting, they provided a GF bun with butter. I felt it was so-so but chewy. For my appetizer I had the Viognier wine and shaved Brussel sprout salad. Both were excellent. For my main entree I ordered the roasted butternut squash with brown butter cream sauce from the pasta section. It was lite and full of flavor. For dessert I ordered the chocolate and flight of wine pairing. The chocolates were superb, rich, and dense. We picked the wines (blueberry, cranberry & passion fruit). My favorite was the passion fruit and blueberry. The staff was very accommodating and understanding. No issues at all. I plan to go back.
My daughter has celiac. Staff is very attentive and careful, the food is amazing and there are tons of gluten free choices.
I've been here a few times and service and food is very inconsistent. My meal tonight wasn't good. Along with gluten, I'm having issues with egg and dairy which I kept informing the waiter. Although the waiter tried to help, he kept running back to talk to the chef about the ingredients. It would have been better to have the chef or manager come speak with me. Gluten free bread & butter was brought out, which I could not have. My shaved Brussels sprout salad came out with Parmesan cheese, which I had to remove the cheese, and the dressing was placed on the side, which I was informed at serving that I could not have. I would not have chosen a raw and shaved Brussels sprouts if communicated to me in advance. My filet mignon was average... not good quality for price. The kale side was drenched and overcooked...terrible. They forgot the roasted broccoli and had to have kitchen prepare after we were all served. I didn't realize until it was too late, they put butter on the broccoli! Don't go here. Very noisy, always cold and very inconsistent. (Party of four, no desserts, 2 1/2 hours...very slow service..waiter could never be found).
I let server know I have allergies to gluten and soy. He took our order. He came back a couple of minutes later to take it again. He did not want to mess up. Ordered a Caesar salad no croutons. I ordered a filet mignon with mashed potatoes. My salad came out with croutons. After I pointed this out they brought me another one. My entre came out before I was done my salad. Huge pet peeve of mine. My steak came out with fried and battered onions on top. This too was not gluten free. They took my meal back and brought another one. I asked to speak to the manager. She came over and told me they take allergies very seriously. I told her both my salad and entre came out wrong so it didn’t seem to be the case. They did comp most of our meals. But no, I will never go back.
I told my waiter that I was Celiac and he knew my requirements immediately. However, I was brought brioche that was accompanied by a knife that was dirty. The knife had crumbs and grease stains on it. I told the waiter why it was important that I not eat bread cut with the same knife. He skirted the issue and then returned to the kitchen. The issue went unaddressed, which demonstrated to me that a real awareness of the core issues was not there. I love this restaurant and have been a wine club Member for many years. I am sorely disappointed.
Excellent gluten free menu. However, server knowledge is very poor. They asked if my one year old had an allergy or preference. The first time we were there they accidentally served her wheat pasta. We tried again, hoping it was a fluke, and they served her cross contaminated fries. Scary.
I ordered the risotto and short ribs. I tested with my Nima sensor, it said gluten found. I showed my server, who showed the manager. They brought me a new meal, which tested safe. The server was very willing to answer questions & ask the chef. I truly believe it was a kitchen mistake. I even called ahead and they seemed very knowledgeable. I would go back again, only with my Nima sensor.
So so so happy to have found out this very nice place that take gluten free seriously! They actually had GF items in the kids menu for my celiac 3 year old! I called ahead and talked to kitchen manager and was told they do ALL GF in separate pans ,etc. Waitress confirmed same when we got there. they even had gluten free bread thay wasn't a hard for a 3 year old to eat Udi roll! So Happy!
This was my third time eating here md I’ve had a great experience every time. There are lots of choices on the GF menu from entrees, pastas, burgers and salads and the wine is quite good as well. I’m really glad this restaurant is another great GF option in Reston
Extensive gluten free menu. Large, crowded restaurant on Thanksgiving day. I typically avoid restaurants during busy times. The server assured me of their policies to avoid cross contact. GF bread brought out prior to meal separately from regular breaf for others at my table. Enjoyed the chicken lettuce wrap appetizer and chicken madeira entree with potatoes and asparagus. Everything was delicious and good sized portions. I am a highly sensitive celiac and did not experience any symptoms.
My girlfriend and I both have Celiac disease. She has eaten here on multiple occasions and has never had a problem. I ate here tonight and the food was amazing. We made a reservation and let the kitchen know before we arrived that allergy prep was necessary and everyone knew when we sat down that this was the situation. They have a gluten free menu. I am impressed with their execution. For me this place knows how to address Celiac preparation. You should try it for yourself. I fully recommend the Mexican Drunken Shrimp.
My family and I recently dined with them for my birthday, my mother, brother and myself all have celiac along with other autoimmune issues. Every single one of us got sick, having had different entrees and not touching the bread before the meal. I had the vegan gluten free option which contains hummus and cooked vegetables with rice, they originally brought it out with pita on the plate and took it back. I didn't complain while there but I think other celiacs should be aware that this kitchen did not do a good job catering to celiac needs.
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